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Lil Chuckee Speaks On Lil Wayne, Leaving Young Money, Tyga Wanting To Leave & More

Lil Chuckee Speaks On Lil Wayne, Leaving Young Money, Tyga Wanting To Leave & More

In this post, you can watch Lil Chuckee‘s recent interview with Sway Calloway on his Shade 45 “Sway In The Morning” radio show. During the conversation, Chuckee chatted a little bit about Lil Wayne, why he is still the “big bro”, and how much he thinks Wayne has influenced the “new generation” of rappers.

Lil Chuckee even went into detail and spoke about why he left Young Money, his relationship with artists on the label, not taking Birdman to court, his Overdue mixtape, and plenty more. The former YMCMB artist also shared his thoughts on Tyga wanting to leave the label and mentioned that YM may act like a family on camera, but behind the camera it’s all a business.

You can watch Chuckee‘s full interview and freestyle with Sway in the video below!

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Birdman Speaks On “Tha Carter V” Getting Pushed Back, Confirms “Like Father, Like Son 2” Is Still Dropping

Birdman Speaks On Lil Wayne Tha Carter 5 Getting Pushed Back, Confirms Like Father Like Son 2 Is Still Dropping

Birdman chopped it up with XXL last night during a private listening session in New York for the upcoming Rich Gang 2 album, due to be released on November 24th.

In this interview, the #1 Stunna discussed Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter V album being pushed back, Nicki Minaj‘s The Pinkprint album also being pushed back, how Young Thug reminds him of Wayne, and more.

Also during the conversation, Baby listed the upcoming projects that he hopes to drop in 2015, as well as confirmed that his collaboration album with Weezy called Like Father, Like Son 2 will still be released.

Hit the jump to read what Birdman said!

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Feature Friday #39: Mannie Fresh – Wayne’s Takeover 2 (Feat Lil Wayne)

Mannie Fresh Waynes Takeover 2 Feat Lil Wayne

After picking part 1 for last week’s “Feature Friday” edition, it’s only right that this week’s “Feature Friday” installment is Mannie Fresh‘s “Wayne’s Takeover 2” track featuring Lil Wayne.

Just like part 1, “Wayne’s Takeover 2” is more of a solo Weezy record as Fresh is only talking on the outro. The song can be found on The Mind Of Mannie Fresh album that was released back in 2004.

“They call me Weezy F Baby, women wanna suck all on my pacifier; And if she tell ya she didn’t, homie that’s a liar; You see me passin’ by ya… more like flashin’; Lights, camera, but I’m more like action”

You can listen to “Wayne’s Takeover 2” below!

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Young Thug & Lil Wayne – Take Kare

Young Thug & Lil Wayne Take Kare

London On Da Track recently announced that Lil Wayne will be featured on the upcoming Rich Gang 2 album, due to be released in November, and today the song has been released.

It’s a Young Thug and Weezy F Baby collaboration called “Take Kare“, which was also produced by London On Da Track. Thugger has mentioned numerous times that he has unreleased music with Weezy, so I’m sure this won’t be the last collabo we hear from them.

You can stream “Take Kare” after the jump below, read the lyrics here, and purchase the single off iTunes here!

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Feature Friday #38: Mannie Fresh – Wayne’s Takeover 1 (Feat Lil Wayne)

Mannie Fresh Waynes Takeover 1 Feat Lil Wayne

It’s that time of the week again! This week’s “Feature Friday” installment is Mannie Fresh‘s “Wayne’s Takeover 1” song featuring Lil Wayne.

Even though this is a Wayne feature, you can more or less count this as a solo track as Mannie only has a short outro on it.

The record appears on The Mind Of Mannie Fresh album, which dropped back in 2004 on Cash Money Records.

“Better watch your pot roast when I’m hungry, I’m nothing nice; Something like running through a field of blazing pistols with a fucking knife; I’m fresh to death, I need a fucking life; She say her man wrong, so she gon’ fuck me right; I’m like fucking right!”

Hit the jump to listen to “Wayne’s Takeover 1“!

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