Fans have been waiting for Lil Wayne to drop his next project 'Tha Carter V,' but it looks like they will have to wait a little longer.

In a video by Never Not Dope TV (via HipHop-N-More), Weezy’s manager Cortez Bryant said that the album is not dropping on May 5, as Drake announced back in February.

When the interviewer asked if Wayne’s 'Tha Carter V' will be better than 'Tha Carter IV,' Bryant replied, "Gonna be f---in' amazing. It's gonna be that good."

When asked if 'Tha Carter V' is coming out May 5, Bryant, quickly said, "No."

The Chief Visionary Officer of Young Money Entertainment then explained that he won’t confirm any release date until he’s sure it’s just right.

“You know I push dates back and s---, so I’m not gonna release that date until I really, really, really know what it really, really, really is," Bryant said.

Wayne has been tinkering with the project for some time.

In an interview with MTV News, the Young Money leader said the album is a more mature effort compared to his previous releases.

“I say it’s different, because I’m older and wiser, and I know more things and I know more about myself now,” said Wayne. "It's awesome; it’s coming together dope. I think the Wayne fans are gonna like it. I hope so."