Young Money’s Christina Milian recently talked about team leader Lil Wayne‘s upcoming Tha Carter V solo album and what fans can expect from the long-awaited project. #CarterWatch
Although brief with her words, Milian has promised Wayne delivers on the upcoming release.
Meanwhile, she has teamed up with the boss man, Lil Wayne, for his final album Tha Carter V. The two recently logged some late-night sessions with producer Mannie Fresh. “From what I’ve heard, he’s gonna have a killer album,” said Christina. “I’m excited about the next one.” She also plans to shoot a video for “Video Model,” her collaboration with Wayne off the Young Money compilation Rise of an Empire. (Rap-Up)
Last week, Atlanta rapper Soulja Boy revealed his involvement on a handful of solo albums including Carter V.
“I’m working on Diddy’s project right now. He’s doing his last album right now, it’s called Money Making Mitch. That’s been taking up a lot of my focus. So is the Carter V. When I was in Miami I did like two beats for CV, and I just been tryna go back in on them beats and make them the best for Wayne. And Nicki’s joint, The Pink Print is dropping. Her new song “Yasss Bish,” I produced that and wrote the hook. I think that record is gonna be so big for her.” (The FADER)
YMCMB member Lil Twist hinted at a possible Carter V summer tour run on Wednesday (May 14).
“touring with my big brother this summer!!!! #C5 …. #TheGoldenChild2 #BadDecisions,” Twist tweeted May 14. (Lil Twist’s Twitter)
The mega rap star recently talked about his upcoming Tha Carter V album and how much money he needed to make another LP.
“25 to 35 million would get me to do another solo album after this,” Weezy told MTV News after taking a deep breath and a second to think out his answer. “I didn’t smile when I said it,” he pointed out to us in an effort to show just how serious he really is. “I personally plan on this being my final solo album, yes and it’s definitely the final Carter album. It’s the final Carter album. It’s stopping at five.” (MTV)
Check out Christina Milian’s interview: