The audio for the rapper's song which will be one of the tracks on his upcoming album "Tha Carter III" has been streamed on the net.
After a snippet of it leaked on the net earlier this week, finally the full version of Lil Wayne's "Mr. Carter" got streamed as well. The single has been confirmed as one of the songs that will be featured on the rapper's upcoming LP "Tha Carter III". On that track, Wayne taps one of the famous names on the hip-hop industry, Jay-Z.
"Mr.Carter" is not the only track that has been leaked from the set as previously another song titled "Got Money" featuring T-Pain has also streamed on-line earlier this month. Beside the two tracks, recently 10 other snippets of his new songs have also hit the Internet.
Meanwhile, his new LP's release date is coming closer as it is planned to hit the stores on June 10. Beside preparing for the highly anticipated new record's official launching, the rapper is also set to perform at the upcoming BET Awards on June 24, where he has been tapped as the closing act at the event.
Unfortunately, not only good news that comes for Wayne recently, but bad news also knocked at his door. Previously, the rapper has just been sued by a female singer, Karma-Ann Swanepoel, who alleged him of using a sample of her song without an approval. The "Lollipop" rapper himself hasn't made any statements yet regarding the lawsuit.
Lil Wayne's "Mr. Carter" featuring Jay-Z: