The '6 Foot 7 Foot' rapper has postponed his new album release to June, and filmed his cameo on Jennifer Lopez's soon-to-be-released music video.
Lil Wayne decided to push back his upcoming studio album "Tha Carter IV" from its original date on May 16 to a new one on June 21. The delay was made to allow the rap mogul to add finishing touches on the effort, according to Young Money president Mack Maine.
"He's still perfecting a few things, he's a perfectionist ... changing a few lines," Maine shared to MTV in a recent interview. "We also have a huge record that wasn't done yet. We're in L.A. right now. We have a little studio time and it should be done probably by Monday."
In related news, Lil Wayne is spotted filming his cameo for Jennifer Lopez's "I'm Into You" music video. Weezy wears a black wife beater, while J.Lo looks chic in a little black dress. The dreadlocked rapper is leaning his back against the "American Idol" judge's for the video shoot.
J.Lo shot some other scenes in Chichen-Itza, Mexico on archaeological sites in the south of the border locale. The People most beautiful woman is going to debut the video on "TODAY" show on May 2, one day before she drops "Love?", the CD where the single is listed, in the United States.