On the heels of the release of his "Love Letter to New Orleans" mini-documentary and the launch of a new Young Money merch store, Lil Wayne has announced that he will be heading out on not one but three tours this year.
The previously announced Kloser 2 U Tour, which kicks off in Louisville, Kentucky next month, will be supplemented by the newly teased Kampus Krash and World Wide Weezy tours, according to Lil Wayne's twitter.
As if that wasn't enough to set his fans off in a frenzy of anticipation, he also indicated that new music is on the way, his first since September's "Grateful" with Young Money affiliate Gudda Gudda. Although he did release the joint album Collegrove with 2 Chainz last year and his guest verse output has never slowed, he has not released a solo project since 2015's No Ceilings 2 mixtape.
No word on whether the new music will come in the form of the long-awaited full-length Tha Carter V, promised mixtape Dedication 6, or the Funeral project he announced in November of last year, all of which he has alluded are still on the way.