The Wait Is Over: Stream Lil Wayne & T-Pain's 'T-Wayne' Album Now

Lil Wayne
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Lil Wayne performs onstage at the Mass Appeal music showcase during 2017 SXSW Conference and Festivals at Stubbs on March 16, 2017 in Austin, Texas.

After collaborating on the 2008 hits "Got Money" and "Can't Believe It," Lil Wayne teased that a project from the "supergroup" would soon arrive. On Wednesday night, T-Pain tweeted an image of a possible T-Wayne album cover saying: "Do it? #TWayne," and on Thursday (May 18), he did.

Almost 10 years after the initial tease, the album -- just eight songs in length -- boasts no features, just the rapper and singer exchanging bars like on the project's opener "He Raps, He Sings," nostalgic of the T-shirts the artists wore in the "Got Money" video. The tracks, were found on the hard drive, prompting T-Pain to announce the long-overdue release to satisfy the appetite of T-Wayne fans.

Birthed from the late 2000s era, the tracks feature production from celebrated producers Tha Bizness (Chris Brown, Jeezy) and Bangladesh (Beyonc√©, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj).

Stream the T-Wayne album below:


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