Lil Wayne Unveils Plans For His ‘Funeral’ Album’s Deluxe Version
Lil Wayne Funeral Deluxe: Lil Wayne has announced that a deluxe version of his ‘Funeral’ album will be released soon. The veteran rapper made the big revelation on his Young Money Radio Show which he launched on Apple Music on Friday in Miami.
He didn’t even have to do a lot of promotions to get his show on the road. Wayne played some of his songs as well as Dj mixes before announcing the Funeral deluxe version. Although a date hasn’t been given, we know to expect new songs added to the album.
With this album, Wayne plans to introduce new features, and the one we’re especially excited about is the feature with Jessie Reyez. Other artists enlisted for the project include Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Babyface, Deion Sanders, and Mayor LaToya Cantrell.
Below, we have transcripted texts of the show, credited to HHNM.
“I want to speak on some artists that is involved with the deluxe, and they’re also artists that I have a lot of respect for and I think they’re dope,” Wayne said while introducing Jessie Reyez. “Reason I bring it up like that is cause maybe y’all didn’t know too much about me knowing these artists.” He then played their upcoming collaboration.
Later on, he played a feature with the Canadian singer, Tory Lanez, titled ‘Help’. This song is also expected to appear on the deluxe version of the Funeral album.
Stick with us as we’re sure to share updates as they unfold.