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Lil Wayne To Perform Live At Chance The Rapper’s “Magnificent Coloring Day” Music Festival In Chicago
According to the Chicago Tribune, Chance The Rapper will be hosting a “Magnificent Coloring Day” music festival in his hometown Chicago, Illinois on September 24th for a stop on his “Magnificent Coloring World” tour.
The Chance homecoming concert will take place at the U.S. Cellular Field and it will include live performances from Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, 2 Chainz, Tyler The Creator, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Skrillex, and more special guests.
If you wish to attend the music festival, you will be able to purchase tickets online via Chance The Rapper‘s website soon! I’m not saying it will happen, but how good would it be if Chance, Weezy and Chainz all performed “No Problem” live together?
Before getting annoyed at the crowd for being “mellow” and leaving the stage early, Lil Wayne did perform 6 songs of his during the 2016 HIGH TIMES Medical Cannabis Concentrates Cup at the NOS Center in San Bernardino, California on July 23rd.
These 6 songs were “John“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “A Milli“, “Rich As Fuck“, “Pop That“, and “Steady Mobbin’“. You can check out some clips of Weezy (who was rocking a “Fuck Cash Money” hat) performing live after the jump below, courtesy of Brian DFA!
Lil Wayne Gets Annoyed At The Crowd During A San Bernardino Show Because They Were Too Mellow [Video]
Yesterday, Lil Wayne headlined the very first HIGH TIMES Medical Cannabis Concentrates Cup at the NOS Center in San Bernardino, California.
According to a reader of LilWayneHQ.com who was in attendance, Brian DFA, the Young Money CEO only performed 5 songs live before getting annoyed and leaving the stage.
Brian says Tunechi told the crowd: “you guys are too mellow, I’m from the south we turn up there”. He also mentioned that Tune was rocking a hat that had “Fuck Cash Money” on it.
You can watch a clip of Wayne getting annoyed during the show after the jump below. I’ll post up some more footage of Weezy‘s set tomorrow!
The official tracklisting for DJ Khaled‘s forthcoming album, Major Key, has surfaced online.
On track #12, there is a collaboration from Lil Wayne and Travis Scott called “Tourist“.
Scott and Tune were in the studio together in 2014, so maybe this is the song they recorded back then!
Who is looking forward to hearing the track when Khaled‘s project drops next week on July 29th?
Feature Friday #75: DJ Khaled – Holla At Me (Feat Lil Wayne, Paul Wall, Fat Joe, Rick Ross & Pitbull)
It’s that time of the week again! This week’s “Feature Friday” installment is DJ Khaled‘s “Holla At Me (Baby)” single featuring Lil Wayne, Paul Wall, Fat Joe, Rick Ross, and Pitbull.
The Cool & Dre-produced song can be found on Khaled‘s Listennn… The Album, which dropped 10-years ago in 2006. Weezy will also be featured on Khaled‘s upcoming Major Key album, due to be released next Friday (July 29th).
“Nigga I ain’t Will Smith, nah I ain’t a Fresh Prince; Nigga I’m a young king, nigga I’m a Bun B; I go hard, ask my broad; Miss. Stevie Wonder, she ain’t lookin at y’all”
You can watch the official “Holla At Me” music video below!
After signing Reggie Northrup to his Young Money Sports agency a few months ago, Lil Wayne has now added another hot prospect to his empire – Terrance Ferguson.
Weezy, who can be seen with Terrance in the picture above, will be handling the 18-year-old’s marketing and branding after the NBA prospect announced he will be skipping college to go straight into playing professional basketball in Australia.