Listen: Lil Wayne Reunites with Drake on 'She Will'

Also: Check out the track listing for 'Tha Carter IV'

August 12, 2011 3:40 PM ET
Lil Wayne and Drake.
Lil Wayne and Drake.
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The latest single from Lil Wayne's hotly anticipated and long delayed Tha Carter IV has hit the internet. "She Will," which features a guest appearance by Weezy's Young Money associate Drake, is a moody, atmospheric number that nonetheless boasts a stick, incredibly memorable chorus.

Since all the songs released from the album thus far have had very different sounds, it should be interesting to find out how it all sticks together on the record. The full track listing for Tha Carter IV, due in stores on August 29th, is below.

Tha Carter IV Full Track List:

"Blunt Blowin'"
"6 Foot 7 Foot" (featuring Cory Gunz)
"Nightmares of the Bottom"
"She Will" (featuring Drake)
"How to Hate" (featuring T-Pain)
"Interlude" (featuring Tech N9ne)
"John" (featuring Rick Ross)
"So Special" (featuring John Legend)
"How to Love"
"President Carter"
"It's Good (featuring Drake & Jadakiss)
"Outro" (featuring Bun B, Nas, Shyne and Busta Rhymes)

Lil Wayne Back in Action
Lil Wayne 'How to Love'
Lil Wayne 'Sorry For the Wait'

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