There was a reason that the announcement of the album's revival on Wednesday (May 17) went without a release date.
The 34-year-old businessman first played sections on an internet live stream in December last year (16) and reportedly promised Wayne's representatives not to leak any more songs from the album.
Barack Obama was just elected president and the hottest auto-tuned songs from T-Pain and Lil Wayne were dominating the radio.
Among the highlights include "Listen to Me" where T-Pain aims his vitriol at haters who are trying to stop his shine. "These the lost files from '09 and I'm exhausted of em just sittin on my hard drive".
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After a tease that came out almost a decade ago, "T-Wayne" finally surfaces.
Not long after that, T-Wayne appeared on Soundcloud.
The album was originally scheduled to be released in 2014 but remains under wraps as it is at the centre of a $51 million (£39.2 million) legal battle pitting the rapper, real name Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., against Cash Money boss Bryan "Birdman" Williams. Wayne has yet to offer any seconding of the prospective album, but now that we've got confirmation from one half of the rap duo, it's safe to keep our fingers crossed in the meantime.
Check out T-Pain's tease of the (hopefully) upcoming T-Wayne project and its cover art below.