December 11, 2009 7:00

Lil Wayne's rock album 'Rebirth' gets pushed back again

It will now be released on February 1

Lil Wayne's rock album 'Rebirth' gets pushed back again
The release date for Lil Wayne's rock album 'Rebirth', has been pushed back to February 1.

Originally set for release on April 7, the album has been delayed several times, with it expected to be released on December 15.

Now, a matter of days before the release Cash Money's record label boss Bryan "Birdman" Williams has taken to his Twitter to announce the news.

Set to feature collaborations with Fall Out Boy, Lenny Kravitz and Blink-182's Travis Barker, the album is set to be released around the time Wayne is sentenced for gun charges.

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