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Evan Hernandez, who is a part of Lil Wayne‘s skater crew Sqvad Up, recently shared some footage of himself on Wayne‘s private jet. In the background on the clip, 2 new Weezy songs can be heard playing.
In the first preview, it sounds like the track samples LL Cool J and Jennifer Lopez’ “Control Myself” (the ZihZih part) and Tune can also be heard rapping: “put some respect on Lil Wayne”, which could be a little shot at Birdman and his “Respek” word.
The second song will be a remix as we can hear Tunechi mentioning his popular “remix baby” saying in the sneak peek. You can check out the video of Evan after the jump below!
During their conversation, the Compton rapper chatted about his chemistry with Tunechi and Drizzy. He also revealed that he told Tune when he met him for the first time back in 2009 that he was a huge fan of his music while growing up.
You can read exactly what YG said after the jump below!
On June 12th, Lil Wayne headlined the 2016 Milwaukee Summer Jam at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena (formerly US Cellular Arena) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
During his set, Weezy performed “John“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “A Milli“, “Rich As Fuck“, “Bitches Love Me“, “Go DJ“, “Hustler Musik“, “I’m Me“, “Lollipop“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Blunt Blowin’“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Rollin’“, “Jumpman“, “Pussy, Money, Weed“, “Kush“, “Coco“, “I Don’t Like The Look Of It” with Gudda Gudda, “Pop That“, “Karate Chop“, “Truffle Butter“, “The Motto“, “Steady Mobbin’“, and “No Worries” live.
Tunechi also chatted to the crowd throughout the show, as well as announced on the microphone: “middle finger to the whole Cash Money, they can suck my motherfuckin’ dick”.
You can watch some front row footage of Tune‘s live performance after the jump below, courtesy of Jeremy Inhoff!
Here is the official music video for 2 Chainz‘ “MFN Right” remix featuring Lil Wayne that was co-produced by Mike WiLL Made It and Zaytoven.
The visual, which was directed by Howard Ross, was shot at King Of Diamonds gentlemen’s club in Miami, Florida at the end of April. You can find the solo version of the track on Tity Boi‘s album that is dedicated to Weezy called ColleGrove.
Lil Wayne, Imagine Dragons & Wiz Khalifa – Sucker For Pain (Feat Ty Dolla $ign, Logic & X Ambassadors) [Music Video]
Check out the official music video for Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons‘ “Sucker For Pain” collaboration with Logic, Ty Dolla $ign and X Ambassadors below.
The track will appear on the upcoming Suicide Squad: The Album official soundtrack, due to be released on August 5th, which is also the same release date as the film.
There is also new footage from the Suicide Squad movie included in the visual!
Lil Wayne, Imagine Dragons & Wiz Khalifa – Sucker For Pain (Feat Ty Dolla $ign, Logic & X Ambassadors)
Here it is! The “Sucker For Pain” collaboration from Lil Wayne, Ty Dolla $ign, Logic, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons, and X Ambassadors has been released.
The song will be appearing on the forthcoming Suicide Squad: The Album official soundtrack, due to be released on the same day as the Suicide Squad movie – August 5th.
You can listen to “Sucker For Pain” after the jump below. The music video we first heard about on Tuesday is also set to premiere tonight instead of tomorrow!