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closing week, Weezy Season commenced after information of his elusive album, Tha Carter V, surfaced on-line on social media. whereas fans proceed to clamor for new Tunechi, they will be able to have a good time with their hero next month on the 2018 guess Hip-Hop Awards, the place he'll get hold of the "i'm hip hop" award. 
Lauded for his mainstream success, Lil Wayne catapulted himself into the forefront of music along with his stunning releases, most above all his 2008 opus Tha Carter III. With 5 Grammy awards to his identify, Wayne has proven to be an indomitable force in tune, regardless of his lengthy-winded fight with cash money. With Wayne and Birdman having now repaired their as soon as-strained relationship, the road to Carter V awaits Weezy loyalists. 
Set to take place in Miami for a 2d consecutive 12 months, the wager Hip-Hop Awards tapped comedian/actor, DeRay Davis, to serve as their host. when it comes to nominations, Drake leads the way with a whopping eleven nods, while Cardi B is available in second with 10 nominations of her own. ultimate yr, the Bronx firecracker snagged five awards, including top of the line new hip-hop artist. 
This 12 months's festivities will return to The Fillmore Miami seashore at Jackie Gleason Theater on Oct. 6. guess, while the specific televised adventure will take area Oct. 16 (eight p.m. ET/PT).

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