Mannie Fresh recently took part in an interview to share a lot of cool stories about Lil Wayne in the early days of his music career...
During the first "LIV on Sunday's" of 2017, Lil Wayne jammed out to his "Burn" freestyle off Dedication 4 and threw up the ROC sign...
Birdman makes an appearance on Travis Scott and Chase B's Beats 1 ".wav Radio" show to dsicuss Lil Wayne, Cash Money, C5, and...
While on set of Roy Demeo and Lil Wayne's "Chico" videoshoot, Mack Maine revealed the upcoming projects from Wayne and Young Mula...
See some photos of Lil Wayne visiting the Children's Hospital of New Orleans on the day after Christmas...
Cortez Bryant Talks If Lil Wayne Is Really Signed To Roc Nation Or Not, Rick Ross’ “Idols Become Rivals” Song, Managing Wayne & More
Lil Wayne‘s best friend and manager, Cortez Bryant, chopped it up with The Ignant Agenda podcast last week for a one on one interview.
During their conversation, Tez Poe spoke on if Weezy is really signed to Roc Nation, if it’s difficult to work with someone like Wayne, what a typical conversation is like between them, Rick Ross’ “Idols Become Rivals” song, Tune respecting the track, G-Eazy, Young Money Sports, doing another documentary like The Carter Documentary, and plenty more.
You can listen to the full interview after the jump below!
Joe Budden Calls Lil Wayne “The GOAT”, Offers A Suggestion On How He Might Be Able To Leave Cash Money [Video]
On episode 110 of Complex’s “Everyday Struggle” series, Joe Budden shared his thoughts on Lil Wayne when asked about his opinion on the recent situation with Wayne ending his concert in Idaho early after someone threw a bottle of water at him.
Before talking about how Tunechi handled the situation, Joe had plenty of praise for Tune by calling him “the GOAT”, “the greatest”, “a megastar”, and more. He also added a suggestion to how he might be able to leave Birdman and that’s by changing his stage name similar to how Prince did when he wanted to leave his record label.
You can check out Joe Budden complimenting Lil Wayne from the 9:10 mark in the video after the jump below. Budden and Weezy last collaborated on “She Don’t Put It Down” for anyone that forgot!
DJ Khaled Reveals Artwork & Announces Release Date For “I’m The One” Feat. Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, Chance The Rapper & Quavo
DJ Khaled has took to social media to reveal the official artwork and announce a release date for his upcoming single “I’m The One” featuring Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, Chance The Rapper, and Quavo from Migos.
The collaboration will be released this Friday on April 28th. As we already know, a music video for this song was shot in Malibu back in February, so hopefully that will premiere soon too.
Who is looking forward to hearing “I’m The One” this Friday?
Before ending his show early at the Revolution Concert House in Garden City, Idaho on April 23rd after someone threw a bottle of water at him, Lil Wayne revealed to the crowd that Young Money has a new nickname.
“We got a nickname that’s aka Fuck Cash Money, how you doing?”
So there you have it, Weezy says YM‘s new nickname is “Fuck Cash Money“. You can check out Tunechi make the announcement in a clip after the jump below that was captured by Wolf Taylor.
Lil Wayne Ends His Show In Idaho Early After A Bottle Of Water Is Thrown At Him, Calls On His “Goon Squad” [Videos]
Last night, Lil Wayne ended his concert early at the Revolution Concert House and Event Center in Garden City, Idaho.
Some idiot decided to throw a water bottle on stage as Weezy was performing “A Milli” live to which made him stop the music and call his Goon Squad to the stage, which consisted of his bodyguard, Mack Maine, Petey, Gudda Gudda, T@, and HoodyBaby.
Tunechi then threw up his middle finger to the crowd and walked off stage. You can check out some footage of what went down in the clips after the jump below. Things just don’t seem to go well for Tune in Idaho as the last time he performed there he got arrested and taken to Ada County Jail!
A month ago today on March 24th, Lil Wayne hosted an event at Copa Room Show & Nightclub in Miami, Florida.
You can check out some photos from the night after the jump below, courtesy of HipHopHotSpots!