The collaborative album, titled “T-Wayne,” was first teased in 2009 when the musical artists got together to record a few songs such as “Got Money.” The record was in high demand from fans at the time, but it never came to be after Wayne was sentenced to prison — an 8-month stint that he started serving in March 2010 for a weapon charge back in 2007.
But after eight long years of waiting, the album finally dropped Thursday.
It came one day after T-Pain tweeted out a photo of the album cover, asking if he should “do it?”
The album contains eight songs from the two artists that were originally recorded back in 2009. A couple of those tracks were leaked as unofficial versions on the internet recently.
Here’s a look at the full, eight song track list:
1. “He Rap He Sang”
2. “Listen to Me”
3. “DAMN DAMN DAMN”
4. “Waist of a Wasp”
5. “Oh Yeah”
7. “Snap Ya Fangas”
8. “Heavy Chevy”
Listen to the full album in the SoundCloud stream below:
The album boasts no features, only T-Pain and Wayne going back and forth with their rhymes.
Billboard reported that the eight tracks were found on an old hard drive of T-Pain’s, which prompted him to announce the release.
T-Pain’s last album was in 2011, titled “Revolver.” Wayne’s last studio album was in 2015 when he released “Free Weezy Album.” Before that, he had a 2013 release of “I Am Not a Human Being II,” and he dropped “Tha Carter IV” in 2011.
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