Who would of thought we would see the day Curren$y and Lil Wayne would be back working together Well, today is that day as Tunechi recently sent a verse to Curren$y for the official remix to his “Smoke Sumthin’” track, which appeared on his Verde Terrace mixtape hosted by DJ Drama. You can listen and download the joint below:
In the video above, you can watch some footage of Lil Wayne performing live in Ottawa, Canada on August 26th for his “I Am Still Music” tour. Tunechi performs “I’m Goin’ In“, “Look At Me Now“, “Bill Gates“, “A Milli“, “Got Money“, “Swag Surfin’“, “Motivation“, “John“, “I’m On One“, “Miss Me“, “I’m Single” and “Mr. Carter“. Shouts to WYWCM for the footage, and you can watch some more footage and view some pics from the same show here!
After the jump, you can check out Weezy signing autographs and talking football when being released from hospital after his skateboarding injury, a video of Wayne promoting MTV’s Video Music Awards and Tha Carter IV, and read what Busta Rhymes told XXL about Lil Wayne and appearing on the “Outro” of C4:
I’m sure most of you Wayniacs have already heard Lil Wayne‘s “It’s Good” record off his Tha Carter IV album featuring Drake and Jadakiss, but if not, you will be able to listen to it on August 29th when Weezy‘s album will be available in stores. Anyways, on the track (which all of the artists kill by the way), Tunechi disses Jay-Z and Beyonce with these lines:
“Talkin ’bout Baby money? I got your baby money
Kidnap your bitch, get that ‘how much you love your lady’ money
I know you fake nigga, press your brakes nigga
I’ll take you out, that’s a date nigga”
This is because of what Jay-Z said on his “H.A.M.” song with Kanye West about Birdman:
“I’m like really half a billi nigga
Really you got Baby money
Keep it real with niggas
Niggas ain’t got my lady money”
In an interview with VIBE Magazine for their October/November issue, Wayne says he is not worried about any fallout with Jay and that he doesn’t think he will take any action:
Here is the official music video for Lil Wayne‘s “How To Love” single. This visual, which was directed by Chris Robinson, is real deep and powerful. Weezy‘s Tha Carter IV album drops in less than a week, and of course, the video wouldn’t be perfect if Birdman didn’t make a cameo, right?
Check out these new Lil Wayne promo commercials for the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, which will air live at 9PM EST on August 28th at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. In the video above and the videos after the jump, Weezy talks about emotion and raps his verses from the “John (If I Die Today)” track.