Lil Wayne is going to be a very busy man this summer. Not only is Weezy going to drop his highly-anticipated album, 'Tha Carter V,' he plans to release another project in 2014 as well.

The Young Money head honcho made the grand announcement on this week's Weezy Wednesdays episode.

"This year, not only will I be dropping 'Tha Carter V,' but I’m dropping two albums," he said. "This year, be looking for two albums from me because I been out the game for a second."

This is true. Wayne hasn't been too musically productive in the last year or so. Apparently, he had so much material for 'Tha Carter V' that he will give fans two big projects.

"I went to work on 'Tha Carter V' and I don’t stop working, so it was either 'Tha Carter V' gonna be 93 songs or we gonna have to figure this out," he explained.

This bit of good news also shoots down Wayne's previous announcements that the fifth installment of 'Tha Carter' series would be his last album. So, the YMCMB leader won't be retiring anytime soon.

As we mentioned earlier, the 'Believe Me' rapper is going to be very busy this summer. Along with dropping two albums, Wayne will perform at the upcoming 2014 BET Awards on June 29.

Then, in August, Weezy and Drizzy will team up for the Drake vs. Lil Wayne tour. The 31-city stadium trek kicks off Aug. 8 in Darien Center, N.Y., and wraps up on Sept. 27 in Woodlands, Texas.

There is still no official release date for Lil Wayne's 'Tha Carter V' album.