This is not a drill. At long last, Lil Wayne has finally released his highly-anticipated 12th solo studio album, Tha Carter V ,on Friday (Sept. 28).

After Tune teased the project two weeks ago, there were rumblings on Thursday (Sept. 20) that the frequently-delayed album might be coming out the following day. Fans waiting with bated breath were disappointed when the project did not drop but were ecstatic on Sept. 25 when Wayne made things official, confirming the release date. The new LP is the follow-up to 2015's Free Weezy Album and the sequel to 2011's Tha Carter IV.

For his comeback, Weezy offers 23 tracks on C5 and gets guest appearances from the late XXXTentacion, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Travis Scott and more.

The release of the album comes on the heels of Tune settling his long-standing lawsuit with his estranged label home Cash Money Records in June. Even more recently, it was announced ownership of Young Money Records has been forwarded solely to the decorated New Orleans rapper, after previously sharing a minority split of the label with Birdman and CMR. Now, with all the red tape behind him, it's officially go time.

The album has perfect timing as it was recently announced Wayne will be the recipient of the I Am Hip Hop award at the upcoming BET Hip Hop Awards, airing on Oct. 16.

Listen to Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V album below.

Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V Album Tracklist

1. "I Love You Dwayne"
2. "Don't Cry" featuring XXXTentacion
3. "Dedicate"
4. "Uproar"
5. "Let It Fly" featuring Travis Scott
6. "Can't Be Broken"
7. "Dark Side of the Moon" featuring Nicki Minaj
8. "Mona Lisa" featuring Kendrick Lamar
9. "What About Me" featuring Sosamann
10. "Open Letter"
11. "Famous" featuring Reginae Carter
12. "Problems"
13. "Dope Niggaz" featuring Snoop Dogg
14. "Hittas"
15. "Took His Time"
16. "Open Safe"
17. "Start This S**t Off Right" featuring Ashanti and Mack Maine
18. "Demon"
19. "Mess"
20. "Dope New Gospel" featuring Nivea
21. "Perfect Strangers"
22. "Used 2"
23. "Let It All Work Out"

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