The project, produced by DJ Drama, serves as the follow-up to the Dedication 6 mixtape that Wayne dropped last Christmas.
Check it out in full below.
(A previous update of this article was published on December 30, 2017 and can be found below.)
Lil Wayne evidently wasn’t lying when he said the Dedication 6 mixtape had been split into two different projects during an interview with NFL GameDay Prime. On Friday (December 29), Lil Tunechi took to Instagram to share the cover art for the D6 sequel, Dedication 6: Reloaded.
The caption read, “Ok I’m Reloaded!! #D6Reloaded #FamilyFeud Me and Champagne #YoungMoney Happy New Year!”
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On Friday, Wayne appeased his fans with the Drake-assisted track “Family Feud” and the Reloaded version of D6 is likely where that song came from.
No release date or tracklist has been unveiled for Dedication 6: Reloaded yet but with the mention of “Happy New Year” in his caption, it wouldn’t be surprising if it arrived on the first day of 2018.
(A previous version of this article was updated on December 25, 2017 and can be found below.)
Like they do about this time, Lil Wayne and DJ Drama are back at it for a sixth go-around with the release of Dedication 6.
The 15-track traditional mixtape features appearances from Nicki Minaj, Zoey Dollaz as well as Young Money loyalists, Gudda Gudda and Euro.
Indulge in your official Hip Hop Christmas present courtesy of Weezy down below.
(A previous version of this article was updated on December 24, 2017, and can be found below.)
As Lil Wayne readies Dedication 6 for a Christmas Day release, the skateboarding fanatic has rolled through with the mixtape’s tracklist.
Weezy took to social media to share the news on Sunday (December 24), proclaiming on Twitter, “It’s going to be a lovely Christmas!!”
Featuring artists like Nicki Minaj, Zoey Dollaz and Euro, the 15-track project could be just one part to a two-part affair. During an appearance on NFL Network’s GameDay Prime, Weezy told sports legend Deion Sanders there’s more music on the way shortly after Dedication 6 is released.
“I got Dedication 6 dropping for Christmas,” he said. “What we ended up doing, I ended doing a whole bunch of songs so they wanna split it up. So they gon’ drop one version for Christmas and they gon’ drop the other songs after that. So that’s what I have right now.
“Album wise everybody already know what’s coming out,” he added referring to the highly anticipated ThaCarter V.
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) December 25, 2017
Previously released Dedication 6 singles include “Bank Account” — a remix of 21 Savage’s original — and “Blackin Out” — a remix of JAY-Z’s “The Story of O.J.”
Check out the Dedication 6 cover art and tracklist below ahead of Monday’s (December 25) official release.
- Fly Away
- Everyday We Sick
- Boyz 2 Menace f. Gubba Gubba
- Eureka f. Hoodybaby
- 5 Star f. Nicki Minaj
- Bank Account
- XO Tour Life f. Baby E
- Let Em All In f. Euro & Cory Gunz
- New Freezer f. Gubba Gubba
- What’s Next f. Zoey Dollaz
- 12. Blackin Out f. Euro
- My Dawg f. Hoodybaby
- Yeezy Sneakers
(The original version of this article was published on December 21, 2017 and can be found below.)
Lil Wayne surprised his fans with an “Early Christmas” present — make that two! — on Thursday (December 21). The illustrious rapper took to Instagram to announce a double dose of singles, “Blackin Out” featuring Euro and “Bank Account.”
Now, Tunechi is back with the full versions of both tracks. “Blackin Out” flips JAY-Z’s “The Story Of O.J.” while “Bank Account” reimagines 21 Savage’s original. Both likely come from Weezy’s forthcoming Dedication 6 mixtape.
Dedication 6 is expected to arrive on December 25.
Listen to “Blackin Out” and “Bank Account” remixes below.