LAS VEGAS, NV - SEPTEMBER 18: Rapper Lil Wayne performs onstage at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Festival at MGM Grand Garden Ar
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Lil Wayne waited till Thursday evening to walk onto the internet and rap over "Jumpman," "My Name Is," "Milly Rock," "Hotline Bling," "The Hills" and like six more songs involving Future and/or Drake

Scene of the crime: No Ceilings 2. Runs a little less than hour and 40 minutes. 24 songs. It's the sequel to his very-adored Halloween 2009 mixtape; 2015 Wayne rapping over '99 Eminem should be enough to get folks comparing and contrasting the two.

Stream and/or download No Ceilings 2 here, via DatPiff:

Tha Carter V'first reported release date was May 5, 2014; it's still on lockdown as Lil Wayne faces off against Birdman and Cash Money in court and on blogs. In the meantime, he released Sorry 4 the Wait 2 in January and FWA, the Free Weezy Album, in July. (You still can't legally hear it anywhere but Tidal, which sucks since it's a good album with great songs. Doesn't especially put the "free" in Free.)

Weezy also has a joint project with 2 Chainz on the way, currently called ColliGrove.