Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj Delay Their Album Releases
'The Pinkprint' will now come in December, while Wayne's project is in limbo
Late last night, Young Money’s reigning king and queen, Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj, announced that their new respective albums would both be pushed back. Wayne’s Tha Carter V was set to hit shelves today (October 28), with singles “Believe Me” and “D’usse” serving as tastes of the much-discussed project. However, Young Money’s president confirmed to Karen Civil yesterday that the label was searching for a new release date for Wayne’s record (how hard can one be to find? There are plenty of dates in existence).
Not to be outdone, Minaj’s camp issued a press release discussing the rapper’s new track, “Only” — set for release later today, featuring Wayne, Drake and Chris Brown — that quietly suggested that her album, The Pinkprint, had been pushed back from a November 23 release to December 15 instead. That leaves four of the year’s most eagerly anticipated rap projects — Wayne’s, Minaj’s, Kanye West’s Yeezus follow-up, and Kendrick Lamar’s sophomore effort (probably a 2015 release at this point) — without firm release dates.