Lil Wayne To The Address Of The Childhood Suicide Attempt On "Tha Carter V" Enter
The track according to reports, samples of Sampha's 2013, song, "Indecision."
Lil Wayne's oft-delayed album Tha Carter V will finally see the light of day. According to a new Poster of the cover, the LP of the introduction is set to kick things off in a grim — but very timely — note.
Billboard Dan Rys took note of the details of the album remained low throughout the interview. But as the conversation came to its end, Wayne proceeded to a preview of a song in which he admits that he shot himself at the age of 12 years, was in reality a suicide attempt in response to his mother forbidding him to rap.
Wayne had long described the incident as an accident derived from him playing with a gun.
"He just told me one day that he was willing to address now," a friend of all life — and act Young Money President — Mack Maine, pointed out. "[He said] 'I want to talk about this, because I know a lot of people around here that could pass for that."
The track according to reports, samples of Sampha's 2013 song, "Indecision."
With the delay of the LP to see the light of day, Wayne reflected on what it found to be the most frustrating part of his public dispute with Birdman.
"The hard part of that was finally have to pull the curtains back and see what the hell it was outside of the window — having to actually care about things other than my music and my lyrics," Wayne said.
Wayne also addressed the special role your children play in his life, and revealed a new position in retirement.
"I think about retirement ... I don't think that I think that any time," he says.
Read the full interview here.