Lil Wayne is still one of the hardest working rappers in the game. According to a Facebook post on his official account, Weezy is planning three new projects in the coming months.

Yesterday, Tunechi posted a photo with the caption, "CV. Funeral. D6. Young Money." Wayne fans should be ecstatic to know he's working on not one, not two, but three new bodies of work. The news isn't entirely brand new, as Weezy has teased Carter V since 2012, and he announced the Funeral project in November 2016.

However, fans weren't sure if they'd be hearing another Dedication mixtape. Now, it appears that Wayne will, in fact, be releasing another project in his acclaimed series.

And could the "Young Money" part of the caption mean that also Wayne is planning another joint album from all the artists on the label? Remember, Young Money released its last compilation album, Rise of an Empire, back in 2014.

As far as Tha Carter V, it was recently reported that Martin Shkreli got his hands on the highly anticipated album.

“I do have what I believe to be a two-CD, authentic, Carter V final product mixed down,” Shkreli says. “Nobody knows what Tha Carter V is. If fact, nobody can say until Lil Wayne says, ‘This is Tha Carter V. He’s controlling it. If he says, ‘You know what? That two-CD thing that Martin has? I’m gonna add some stuff. I’m gonna take a track off and put in five more.’ If he says that’s Tha Carter V, then that’s Tha Carter V, it’s his call. Not my call.”

Whether or not Shkreli has the official CV album, it's good to know that Weezy is back on his grind, project-wise.

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