Lil Wayne gifted fans with a lot of new music on Wednesday.
The rapper took to his YouTube page and dropped not one, not two, not three, but four new songs.
The new music from the rapper includes his own freestyle verse over Playboi Carti’s “Magnolia” and three new songs including “Fireworks”, “Loyalty” and “Mula Gang”.
The major news is that on “Magnolia”, Lil Wayne teases the upcoming release of “The Carter V”. While it’s not clear yet if the songs are part of that album or something else entirely, but fans are loving it.
In other Lil Wayne news, the rapper filed an amended petition in a New Orleans court on Wednesday against Cash Money Records.
In the suit, the rapper is looking for more than $40 million in damages. He also claims that the label owes him an $8 million advance for “The Carter V”. In addition to that, Lil Wayne claims the label has witheld money he’s owed from Drake and Nicki Minaj’s earnings.
In 2003, when Young Money was created, the rapper worked out a deal that allegedly would award him partial ownership and portions of money made from any artists under the label.