Fans of Lil Wayne will have to wait a little longer for the rapper’s rock-influenced album, “Rebirth.”
The record, which was originally slated for release in early April before being moved to May and then to June, has now been pushed back to July 21.
The latest delay is reportedly to give Universal Records more time to get permission for the samples used on the album, Lil Wayne’s seventh solo effort. Confirmed guest stars on “Rebirth” include Avril Lavigne, Aubrey “Drake” Graham, Fall Out Boy and Lenny Kravitz.
The album, which has already spawned lead single “Prom Queen,” is being touted as Lil Wayne’s experimental foray into rock music.
His last album, “Tha Carter III,” won the best rap album prize at this year’s Grammy Awards, where the rapper picked up a total of four awards.