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The mixtape got pushed back again because Cortez Bryant wanted DJ Drama to properly set it up.Upon its release, Dedication 4 was met with mixed reviews from music critics.He’s not gonna be the teen heartthrob or the college kid.He wants roles where he can show his acting skills.But Young Money CEO, Cortez Bryant—greatly responsible for molding Lil Wayne into a mega rapper-eating star— knows exactly what his winning artist was missing to reach Weezy numbers.“The first week was great but [Drake] still need that big smash pop hit like we had with Wayne’s ‘Lollipop.'” he says.On August 1, 2012, Lil Wayne confirmed the release date of the mixtape when he called into DJ Drama‘s Hot 107.9 radio show.Wayne then also named three instrumentals ("Cashin Out", "I Don't Like" and "Burn") that he had already rapped over.
The topic of conversation eventually turned to Lil Wayne and DJ Drama's "Dedication" mixtape series, and specifically the whereabouts of the next installment, Dedication 6.
On August 15, 2012, Mack Maine wrote that the release date of the mixtape got pushed back to a then unknown date. Story on August 14, and he wanted all the attention on 2 Chainz.
Maine also said that Lil Wayne would announce the new release date, and "something special" (which later turned out to be the track "No Lie" Lil Wayne later explained he didn't release Dedication 4 on August 15, because his friend and fellow rapper 2 Chainz released his debut album Based on a T. however on August 30 it was confirmed by DJ Drama that the mixtape would be pushed back to September 3, 2012.
The “Cortez Kenny” kicks also include a reference to the rapper’s latest album, “Damn,” on the shoe’s tongue in Nike’s Futura typeface. A retail price point of 0 has also been confirmed, although Nike has not yet set details on availability.
The Kendrick Lamar x Nike Cortez “Cortez Kenny” style is scheduled to be released Jan. This month, while attending Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant’s jersey retirement ceremony, Lamar unveiled a different Cortez collaboration with Japanese embroidery and text reading “don’t trip.” In October, a third Cortez variation surfaced in all-red with nylon and suede details.