After collaborating on the 2008 hits “Got Money” and “Can’t Believe It,” Lil Wayne teased that a project from the “supergroup” would soon arrive. On Wednesday night, T-Pain tweeted an image of a possible T-Wayne album cover saying: “Do it? #TWayne,” and on Thursday (May 18), he did.
Almost 10 years after the initial tease, the album — just eight songs in length — boasts no features, just the rapper and singer exchanging bars like on the project’s opener “He Raps, He Sings,” nostalgic of the T-shirts the artists wore in the “Got Money” video. The tracks, were found on the hard drive, prompting T-Pain to announce the long-overdue release to satisfy the appetite of T-Wayne fans.
— T-Pain (@TPAIN) May 17, 2017
Stream the T-Wayne album below: