After six long years, Lil Wayne's twelfth studio album, Tha Carter V, has arrived.
The New Orleans rapper, who initially announced the album's release back in 2012, just unveiled the highly-anticipated project after facing several delays due to a years-long legal battle with Birdman, CEO of Cash Money Records. The two — along with Universal Music Group — finally reached an eight-figure settlement in court this summer, and Wayne was released from his contract with Cash Money. Since then, the rapper has been teasing the release of the album all over social media, including posting a countdown link to the release date and unveiling an announcement video earlier this week.
The album spans 23 tracks and features verses from Kendrick Lamar, Travis Scott, his daughter, Reginae Carter, and more. Stream the album, below.