Lil Wayne's Manager Cortez Bryant Teases 'Dedication 6' Could Arrive This Month

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Lil Wayne performs during Lil Weezyana at Champions Square on Aug. 25, 2017 in New Orleans.

Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V is still unreleased and doesn't look like it'll see the light of day anytime soon, but Wayne has kept his grind constant and will soon have something to show for it. According to the superstar rapper's manager Cortez Bryant, Dedication 6 could be released before November is done. 

Lil Wayne's official fan site Lil Wayne HQ obtained a video of Bryant's recent live stream, where fans flooded the comment section demanding the release of Wayne's Dedication 6. Bryant dropped a breadcrumb, teasing that the project will drop "maybe D6 in November, not December, that’s too long." 

Bryant is just the latest Weezy associate to tease the much-anticipated mixtape. Back in September, Weezy posted a photo of him and Scott Storch in the studio and captioned the photo "who ready 4 dat D6??? drop YM sh!t !!" 

Weezy's been generous with features as of late and lent his vocals to Ty Dolla $ign's "Love U Better" as well as Damian Lillard's "Run It Up." Kodak Black also teased that he has an upcoming collaboration with Weezy, despite Black previously expressing his distaste for the New Orleans rapper. 

Watch Cortez Bryant's live stream video below. 


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