There seems to be some confusion on when Lil Wayne's next album, Tha Carter V, is going to drop. Originally, MTV News reports, the album was slated for an August release before the rapper decided on Tuesday, Oct. 28, which would be tomorrow. Young Money leader Mack Maine spoke with karencivil.com recently, revealing that the artist's fifth installment of Tha Carter series has been pushed back. Maine is working with Weezy on a new release date.

Wayne spoke with MTV News over the summer and seemed pretty unsure of the release date back then as well.

"I'm so not good with that," he said. "I think it drops either in September and then we have ... Ah, I can't tell you the sneak thing. Anyway, yeah, I think it drops in September or August."

He then proceeded to backtrack further.

"It might drop before then, in July. [Or] Aug. 25 or something like that?" he said.

During the June interview, Weezy said he was finished with the record and that his follow-up, Da Other Album, would be out two months after V.

The rapper has been sharing tracks from the album since May, including "Believe Me," "Krazy" and "Grindin." In true Weezy fashion, he has been killing his guest spots on songs like T.I.'s "All About the Money" remix. Wayne will also be one of the many guests on Nicki Minaj's next single "Only."

Weezy's last album, I Am Not a Human Being II, came out in 2013 and received lackluster reviews.

"The title is sadly accurate," Pitchfork wrote. "Lil Wayne is a full-blown cottage industry now, a one-man corporation that provides succor and service to careers ranging from Nicki Minaj and Drake's to Gudda Gudda and Lil Chuckee's. With this many shareholders come obligations, so despite the increasingly obvious and pressing personal needs of Dwayne Carter the man, Lil Wayne Inc. steamrolls forward, impervious to setbacks."