After Lil Wayne went in on Young Thug on wanting to be a "Carter" and therefore wanting to name his album after his signature album series "Tha Carter," it seems that Young Thug opted to name his album "Barter 6" instead of "Carter 6" after Lil Wayne started taking the legal route.
We're not sure what Young Thug is bartering with "Barter 6" but it's probably not going to stop Lil Wayne from dissing him yet.
It is evident that the name change did upset Young Thug a tad bit after Lil Wayne sought to bring in his legal crew because Young Thug took to his social media account to rant about the change.
"Can't name the mixtape Carter 6 cause these f**k a*s ni**as tryna sue, just like some h**s..."
Recently, Lil Wayne went in on Young Thug for his album cover in which he seemingly looks to be naked and encouraged his fans during a concert to stop listening to 'n***as' who pose naked on album covers.
Meanwhile, Young Thug's "Barter 6" album is available on iTunes out of country such as New Zealand and will be available to the U.S. on Friday.
Check out the full track list listed below.
Young Thug "Barter 6" track list:
1. "Constantly Hating" (feat. Birdman)
2. "With That"
3. "Can’t Tell" (feat. T.I. and Boosie BadAzz)
5. "Never Had It" (feat. Young Dolph)
6. "Dream" (feat. Yak Gotti)
7. "Dome" (feat. Duke)
9. "Amazing" (feat. Jacquees)
10. "Knocked Off" (feat. Birdman)
13. "Just Might Be"