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Sorry 4 the Wait 2

Sorry 4 the Wait 2
Mixtape by Lil Wayne
Released January 20, 2015
Recorded 2014-15
Genre Hip hop
Length 65:41
Label Young Money
Lil Wayne chronology
Dedication 5
Sorry 4 the Wait 2
Free Weezy Album

Sorry 4 the Wait 2 is a mixtape by American rapper Lil Wayne, released on January 20, 2015 to compensate for the continued delay of his eleventh studio album Tha Carter V.[1][2] It is the sequel to Wayne's Sorry 4 the Wait (2011) mixtape, which served for the same purpose during the delay of his ninth album Tha Carter IV (2011). The mixtape features seventeen tracks, with 13 remixes and 4 original songs, along with guest appearances from Drake, Christina Milian, Mack Maine, 2 Chainz and SnL.


  • Critical reception 1
  • Music Videos 2
  • Track listing 3
  • References 4

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
Metacritic 60/100[3]
Review scores
Source Rating
Exclaim! 8/10 [4]
Pitchfork Media 6.4/10 [5]
HotNewHipHop 72% [6]
Section Eighty 7.4/10 [7]

Sorry 4 the Wait 2 has received generally positive reviews from media critics and fans seeing it as an improvement compared to his previous projects. Daily Trojan described the mixtape as impressive, noting Wayne's "purpose and drive".[8] Trevor Smith of HotNewHipHop awarded it 72%, saying "He's certainly not back, but he never fully 'lost it' either. Part of what made Wayne great has been there throughout, but it shines through more regularly here than on his last few tapes, in punchlines that can be funny and legitimately surprising."[9]

Pitchfork Media gave a more mixed review but still said "If there's a word that describes Wayne's rapping on Sorry 4 the Wait 2, it's 'engaged.' Wayne remains really good at the physical act of rapping, even if now you can hear the gears lurching into action whenever he switches into a double-time flow." The review notes that "[t]here aren't any performances here that will have you dragging the originals to the recycle bin.".[10]

Music Videos

A music video for "Coco" was shot and released on 18th March. On 20th April Lil Wayne released a music video "Hollyweezy," in celebration of 4/20 , Hollyweezy being one of the project's few original productions. A video for "Selsun Blue" was released featuring Wayne skating as well as some members of the Grizzle Gang.

Track listing

No. Title Original instrumental/Producer (Original beats) Length
1. "Coco"   "CoCo" (O.T. Genasis) 4:07
2. "Sh!t"   "Sh!t" (Future) 4:18
3. "Trap House"   "Jumpin' Like Jordan" (Rich The Kid) 4:20
4. "Selsun Blue"   "All About the Money" (Troy Ave) 3:36
5. "Used To" (featuring Drake)   4:23
6. "No Type"   "No Type" (Rae Sremmurd) 4:01
7. "Fingers Hurting"   "Maneuvering" (ILOVEMAKONNEN) 4:14
8. "Hot Nigga"   "Hot Nigga" (Bobby Shmurda) 3:17
9. "Hollyweezy"     4:59
10. "Drunk in Love" (featuring Christina Milian) "Drunk in Love" (Beyoncé) 4:53
11. "You Guessed It"   "U Guessed It" (OG Maco) 4:03
12. "Try Me" (featuring Mack Maine) "Try Me" (DeJ Loaf) 3:35
13. "Preach" (featuring 2 Chainz) "Preach" (Young Dolph) 3:01
14. "Alphabet"   "Tuesday" (ILOVEMAKONNEN) 5:30
15. "No Haters"     3:43
16. "Admit It" (featuring SnL)   4:03
17. "Dreams and Nightmares"   "Dreams and Nightmares" (Meek Mill) 3:50
Total length:


  1. ^ Minsker, Evan. "Lil Wayne Drops Sorry 4 the Wait 2". Pitchfork. Retrieved 21 January 2015. 
  2. ^ Regan, Helen. "Lil Wayne Just Dropped His New Mixtape Sorry 4 the Wait 2". Time. Retrieved 21 January 2015. 
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