FWA includes guest appearances by Wiz Khalifa, Young Jeezy, Cory Gunz, Jim “CAPO” Jones, Black Uhuru‘s Junior Reid, singer/songwriter Jake Troth and more. The opening track, the epic “Glory,” debuted on Tidal in June. Weezy is a co-owner of the service.
Lil Wayne tweeted he’d be releasing FWA in early February, just weeks after dropping his Sorry 4 the Wait mixtape on Jan. 20.
The release of Tha Carter V has been delayed due to Cash Money Records allegedly not paying its flagship rapper the money owed to him. Meanwhile, the artwork for Free Weezy Album doesn’t show logos for Cash Money or Young Money, as Rolling Stone points out.