Lil Wayne to release vinyl box set featuring “Tha Carter” singles


Almost a week after releasing his joint album with Rich the Kid, Lil Wayne is wowing his longtime fans with a blast from the past. On Friday, October 8, the master of ceremonies of “The Dedication” announced that he will be releasing some singles of his popular The Carter series on vinyl.

The seven-inch vinyl box set titled Tha Carter Singles Collection will feature 19 of the rapper’s hit records, including “A Milli,” “Hustler Musik,” “How to Love,” and “Ya Dig,” which was reissued on Friday. Two liner lithographs and a booklet filled with unseen photos will also be included in the box, which is decorated with Wayne’s tattoos.

According to Weezy’s website, the set is currently available for pre-order. It sells for $ 200 and is expected to arrive by November 12.

While Tunechi’s entire career is worth mentioning, the Era of The Carter albums is second to none. The original album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart after its 2004 release. The following year, The Carter II debuted in second place, increasing fan anticipation for the series’ upcoming projects. In 2008, after the release of the double platinum albums, The Carter III dropped out with songs like “Lollipop”, “Got Money” and “Mrs. Officer.” The record reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in its first week, became its best-selling project in the series, and was subsequently certified six times platinum by the RIAA.

In August, the New Orleans rapper released a collection of limited edition cards for the tenth anniversary of the Carter IV, who was released in 2011 while serving time for illegal possession of a weapon. He preceded Carter V – Weezy’s return to the show after delays over his disputes with Cash Money Records and Birdman.

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