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Lil Wayne said that his new album Dedication 6 is coming very soon.

The Young Money rapper has been going through some struggles with his label Cash Money and former mentor and friend Birdman for the past two years and that has significantly affected how much new music he is able to put out. On Thanksgiving Day, November 23, Lil Wayne wrote a heartfelt thank you note to his fans while also announcing that D6 coming sooner than later.

“Happy Thanksgiving,” the New Orleans rapper wrote. “I’m so thankful for all my fans for standing by me while I’m enduring this fight with this label. I ain’t shit without y’all! D6 is coming y’all way soon! Thank You.” Earlier this month, his manager Cortez Bryant revealed that Dedication 6 would arrive sometime in November. The month is pretty much over but the project is not forthcoming.

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Lil Wayne has been working on the mixtape since last year when he announced that it would be a collaboration between himself and DJ Drama. There is no concrete word on what’s holding up the project but sources are saying his legal battle with Cash Money has a part to play on how he releases new music. Wayne is suing Birdman and Cash Money Records for $51 million and also want a judge to release him from his contract with the label.

Happy Thanksgiving! I’m so thankful for all my fans for standing by me while I’m enduring this fight with this label. I ain’t shit without y’all! D6 is coming y’all way soon! Thank You

A post shared by Lil Wayne (@liltunechi) on Nov 23, 2017 at 1:26pm PST

Big Sean has been singing “I told you so” all weekend after his ex-fiance Naya Rivera was arrested on Saturday.

The former “Glee” star was taken into custody over the weekend and charged with misdemeanor domestic battery after cops say she got into a fight with her husband Ryan Dorsey in Kanawha County, West Virginia. Dorsey, who is also an actor, called 911 late Saturday telling the dispatcher that he needs a police officer because his wife was out of control. “I just need a police officer. My wife’s out of control,” he said in the 911 call which TMZ obtained.

Big Sean, who was engaged to Naya Rivera, before calling off their wedding in 2014, reacted on Twitter in a super petty way by sharing an infamous video of Lil Boosie’s daughter in a car yelling, “I told y’all ni**as, I told y’all ni**as, Y’all thought I was playin’ but I told y’all!” The tweet received over a hundred thousand likes and thousands of retweets with fans commenting saying that Sean did dodge a bullet.

Big Sean famously released a diss track aimed at Naya Rivera titled “I Don’t F**k With You” featured on his Dark Sky Paradise album. “I mean for real, f**k how you feel / F**k your two cents if it ain’t goin’ towards the bill, yeah / And everyday I wake up celebratin’ sh*t, why? / ‘Cause I just dodged a bullet from a crazy b*tch, I,” the G.O.O.D. Music rapper raps.

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— Sean Don (@BigSean) November 26, 2017

Meek Mill may get some reprieve as pressure mounts on the judge to make a ruling on his bail petition.

The Dreamchasers rapper, whose real name is Robert Williams, is currently serving 2-4 years in a Pennsylvania prison for probation violation. The sentencing handed down by Judge Genece Brinkley has been widely criticized by the rapper’s fans and his celebrity peers including JAY-Z and civil rights leader Reverend Al Sharpton. Meek’s attorneys have been fighting for his release since his sentence commence earlier this month and so far there is no breakthrough.

Meek Mill’s attorney filed a motion in the Pennsylvania Superior Court to have him release on an emergency bail. The High Court denied the motion but ruled that judge Genece Brinkley should hand down a ruling on his emergency bail application. Meek’s representative, Jordan Siev, told TMZ that the ruling a legal victory for the rapper and vowed to continue fighting for his freedom. “We’re pleased that the Superior Court took immediate action to direct the Court of Common Pleas to decide on the application for bail without further delay,” Siev said. “We remain hopeful that Mr. Williams will be promptly released on bail.”

A bail hearing was originally scheduled for November 27th but was canceled by Judge Brinkley canceled who said it was set due to an administrative error. Meek Mill’s legal team also filed a motion to have her removed from the case arguing that she is tainted and carrying a grudge for the MC who is from the same part of Philly that she is from. If the judge denied his emergency bail then that narrows down Meek Mill’s legal option to get out of prison and will likely have to serve his 2+ years before ever tasting freedom again.

Prior to his prison stint, the MMG rapper was working on his upcoming album DC5.

Kodak Black and Lil Wayne drop some new music over the weekend and now we are learning that the song “Codeine Dreaming” was recorded months ago.

The track is featured on the Pompano Beach rapper’s new album Project Baby Two: All Grown Up which was released on Thursday. Sources say the duo link up in the studio and recorded the track shortly after they made peace earlier this year. “This track was recorded around the time that Kodak and Weezy squashed that foolish beef,” sources close to the Young Money MC told Dancehallhiphop.com.

“The two of them linked up and chopped things up through a mutual friend who has been close to Weezy for years,” sources added. “At the end of the day rappers should just put out good music and make money, beefing makes no sense, just get money and live a good life.”

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During the summer of this year, Kodak hinted that he and Lil Wayne are cooking up something in the studio and last week he surprised his fans with the deluxe version to Project Baby 2, which includes this new single “Codeine Dreaming.”

Earlier this year, Kodak Black disrespected Lil Wayne and challenged him to a boxing match. He even claimed that he is a better rapper than Weezy before calling himself the Lil Wayne of this generation.

[Verse 1]
Comin’ off the last record, I’m gettin’ 20 million off the record
Just to off these records, nigga that’s a record
I’m livin’ like I’m out here on my last adventure
Past the present when you have to mention
This is nothin’ for the radio, but they’ll still play it though
Cause it’s that new Drizzy Drake, that’s just the way it go
Heavy airplay all day with no chorus
We keep it thorough, nigga, rap like this for all of my borough niggas
I reached the point where don’t shit matter to me, nigga
I reached heights that Dwight Howard couldn’t reach, nigga
Prince Akeem, they throw flowers at my feet, nigga
I could go a hour on this beat, nigga
I’m just as famous as my mentor
But that’s still the boss, don’t get sent for
Get hype on tracks and jump in front of a bullet you wasn’t meant for
Cause you don’t really wanna hear me vent more
Hot temper, scary outcome
Here’s a reason for niggas that’s hatin’ without one
That always let they mouth run
Bench players talkin’ like starters, I hate it
Started from the bottom, now we here, nigga, we made it
Yeah, Tom Ford Tuscan Leather smelling like a brick
Degenerates, but even Ellen love our shit
Rich enough that I don’t have to tell ’em that I’m rich
Self explanatory, you just here to spread the story, wassup

[Verse 2]
Sittin’ Gucci Row like they say up at UNLV
Young rebel, Young Money nothin’ you could tell me
Paperwork takin’ too long, maybe they don’t understand me
I’ll compromise if I have to, I gotta stay with the family
Not even talkin’ to Nicki, communication is breakin’
I dropped the ball on some personal shit, I need to embrace it
I’m honest, I make mistakes, I’d be the second to admit it
Think that’s why I need her in my life, to check me when I’m trippin’
On a mission tryna shift the culture
Tell me who dissin’, I got some things that’ll hit the culprit
Them strep throat flows, them shits to stop all of the talkin’
All of the talkin’, got one reply for all of your comments
Fuck what you think, I’m too busy, that’s why you leave a message
Born a perfectionist, guess that makes me a bit obsessive
That shit I heard from you lately really relieved some pressure
Like aye, B I got your CD, you get an E for effort
I piece letters together and get to talkin’ reckless
Owl chains like credentials, you know you see the necklace
My life’s a completed checklist
I’m tired of hearin’ ’bout who you checkin’ for now
Just give it time, we’ll see who’s still around a decade from now
That’s real

[Verse 3]
How much time is this nigga spendin’ on the intro?
Lately I’ve been feelin’ like Guy Pearce in Memento
I just set the bar, niggas fall under it like a limbo
The family all that matters, I’m just out here with my kinfolk
Off everything my pen wrote we went from Bundy to Winslow
This for shorty up on Glengrove who love when I catch my tempo
I sip the Pora and listen to Cappadonna
The fresh prince, just had dinner with Tatyana, no lie
All these 90’s fantasies on my mind
The difference is that with mine, they all come true in due time
I might come through without security to check if you’re fine
That’s just me on my solo like fuck it, like YOLO
Wanted to tell you, "Accept yourself"
You don’t have to prove shit to no one except yourself
And if you end up needin’ some extra help, then I could help
You know, back on your feet and shit
Tryna get my karma up, fuck the guilty and greedy shit
How much time is this nigga spendin’ on the intro?
How this nigga workin’ like he got a fuckin’ twin though?
Life is soundin’ crazy, 40 on Martin Scorsese
And I wouldn’t change a thing if you paid me, now real nigga wassup
How much time is this nigga spendin’ on the intro?

[Outro]
If there’s hell below. I’ll see you when you get there. Are you enjoying yourselves? If we may we’d just like to close off with something a bit inspirational. Hopefully something a bit relevant as to us all are having the same fears, shedding similar tears, and of course dying in so many years. It don’t mean that we can’t have a good life. So we’d like to just maybe close out with something, some food for thought