Lil Wayne Heads to Miami’s Hit Factory to Record New Music
Lil Wayne is officially back to work on his music. After a whirlwind week which included getting out of prison, hitting the stage with Drake in Las Vegas, and throwing a homecoming part in Miami, Weezy is back in the studio. Young Money labelhead Mack Maine tweeted a photo of the Grammy winner in the booth at Miami's famed Hit Factory studio.
"It's official Wayne laid his 1st verse!!!!! Torture!!!! YMCMB," Maine wrote Monday (Nov. 8).
Just shy of making an official announcement, members of Wayne's camp have revealed that the 28-year-old is itching to make new music. Aside from his long-awaited 'Tha Carter IV' album Wayne prepping a joint follow-up album, 'Like Father Like Son 2,' with his Cash Money Records boss, and father-figure, Brian "Birdman" Williams. "Me and Wayne gonna do a father/son album, that's about it for me," Birdman revealed to The BoomBox prior to Wayne's release. "Once he got locked away he said he'll wait to come home and re-do 'Carter IV,' [so that he can] record some more music."
Weezy's most recent release, 'I Am Not a Human Being,' dropped during his incarceration and quickly climbed to the top of the Billboard album charts. 'Tha Carter IV' is scheduled to drop early next year.