“That Funeral coming soon,” he says. “Get your roses ready.”
Tunechi had few details on Funeral and acknowledges that the year has been a rough one for him and his fans with his legal battle against Birdman. But he promises better days ahead.
“I don’t have a release date, but I have a whole bunch of good news coming soon,” he adds. “If you are a Wayne fan, I know we’ve been going through a lot of tough times right now, but if you’re a Wayne fan, we’re about to hold our heads high soon.”
Back in May, Weezy announced at a concert in Phoenix that he had two albums in the vault for his fans before throwing more shade at Birdman.
Wayne dropped the collaborative Collegrove album with 2 Chainz this year and was featured on a slew of projects, including the Birth of a Nation soundtrack with Gucci Mane on “Oh Lord” and a guest verse on Damian Lillard’s debut album, which of course was contested by Birdman.
Watch Lil Wayne announce his Funeral project below at the 56-minute mark.