Lil Wayne's 'Rebirth' Catches June Gloom

  /  03.18.2009

Lil Wayne

Call a doctor. We have another case of the chronic album pushback. The latest patient goes by the name Weezy F. Baby.

Lil Wayne’s first foray into rock, Rebirth, has come down with June gloom. The album has been pushed back to June 9, staging-rapup.kinsta.cloud has exclusively confirmed. It was previously scheduled to go head-to-head with Eminem’s Relapse and Busta Rhymes’ Back On My B.S. on May 19.

The album’s second offering, “Hot Revolver,” was released to iTunes on Tuesday. Listen to the song here.

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