(AllHipHop News) Back in 2017, the long-delayed T-Wayne mixtape by T-Pain and Lil Wayne finally hit the internet. The 8-track free effort was nearly a decade in the making.
T-Pain recently sat down with Ebro Darden for Apple Music. The Tallahassee-bred singer-songwriter talked about his sixth studio album 1UP which came out on February 27, 2019.
Ebro also asked T-Pain how many projects did he record with Wayne. Fans of the "Got Money," "Can't Believe It," and "Goat Talk" collaborators should be looking for a T-Wayne sequel.
"We're definitely about to do a T-Wayne 2, no question. I got a ton of hooks lined up already that I’m about to send Wayne, and that's just how we do it," said Pain. According to the Auto-Tuned vocalist, Weezy's legal issues with Cash Money Records led to the release of the first T-Wayne.
Pain stated, "Part of that is why I released the T-Wayne project. Because he was going through so much, and he wasn’t able to put out music. I’m like, 'Bro, I’ll take it. Tell them to sue me.' But I just felt like people needed Wayne music."
He added, "That whole thing he was going through with the Carter V and Cash Money, I was just like this man doesn’t deserve that. I was willing to take whatever I was gonna get for that. That was my contribution to the music industry."