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Tyga Says He Gets Inspired From Being Around Lil Wayne, Doesn’t Get Along With Drake & Nicki Minaj

Tyga Says He Gets Inspired From Being Around Lil Wayne, Doesnt Get Along With Drake & Nicki Minaj

Tyga is on the front cover of VIBE’s magazine latest issue and for the cover story, the ex Young Money rapper gave praise to Lil Wayne, as well as explained that he never really got along with his former label-mates Drake and Nicki Minaj.

In the interview that you can read below, Tygaman speaks on getting inspired from being around Weezy F Baby, as well as always remembering Weezy‘s journey to greatness as he watched him record Tha Carter III.

T-Raww also mentioned that he is trying to go independent and leave Young Money Entertainment, because he feels he has different personalities to everyone else on the label and wants to grow as an artist at a different place. He also says that he believes Drizzy is “fake” and that he doesn’t “really get along” with Nicki.

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Colin Tilley Talks Directing “Krazy”, “Senile”, “No New Friends” & “Look At Me Now” Music Videos

Colin Tilley Discusses Directing Krazy, Senile, No New Friends & Look At Me Now Music Videos

Music video director Colin Tilley recently chopped it up with XXL about directing Lil Wayne‘s “Krazy“, Young Money‘s “Senile“, DJ Khaled‘s “No New Friends“, and Chris Brown‘s “Look At Me Now” visuals.

In the interview,, Colin explained how he came up with the idea to put Tunechi in a white family for the “Senile” video, as well as remembered how Tune shocked every one on set of the “No New Friends” video when he walked out of his trailer rocking a XXL tall tee during a mid-tape right before his verse began.

You can read what Colin Tilley said about the four Weezy F Baby music videos after the jump below. Click here to read what he said about shooting Nicki Minaj‘s “Anaconda” and “The Boys” visuals!

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Daniel Lanois Speaks On Why He Likes Lil Wayne, Calls Him The “New Generation” Of New Orleans

Daniel Lanois Speaks On Why He Likes Lil Wayne, Calls Him The New Generation Of New Orleans

Daniel Lanois, who is a producer, artist, guitarist and songwriter from Canada that is mainly known for working a lot with U2 and Willie Nelson, recently spoke to Noisey about being a fan of hip-hop and especially Lil Wayne.

During their conversation, Daniel explains what he likes about Weezy (and it’s not his lyrics, style, lifestyle or attitude), how Tune is the “new generation” of New Orleans after he grew up working with The Neville Brothers (a New Orleans group from the 1970s to the 1990s), and borrowing a few things from Wayne.

You can what Daniel Lanois said about Weezy F Baby after the jump below! Considering how he is good friends with U2, I wonder if Lanois worked on that Tunechi collaboration with Bono that is still unreleased?

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Ryan Phillippe Says Lil Wayne Is One Of His Favorite Rappers & Is Excited For “Tha Carter V”

Ryan Phillippe Says Lil Wayne Is One Of His Favorite Established Rappers & Is Excited For Tha Carter 5

During a recent interview with Sway Calloway on his Shade 45 “Sway In The Morning” radio show, actor and director Ryan Phillippe mentioned that he is big fan of hip-hop and his favorite established rappers are Lil Wayne and Pusha T.

Ryan also mentioned that he can’t wait for Tha Carter III to be released, but I think we all know which upcoming Weezy album he is talking about, as well as Kendrick Lamar’s forthcoming album.

Who would of thought this? You can watch Ryan Phillippe say he is a fan of Wayne and excited for C5 to drop at the 2:30 mark in the clip below!

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Mannie Fresh Discusses Working With Lil Wayne & “Tha Carter V” Album

Mannie Fresh Discusses Working With Lil Wayne & Tha Carter 5 Album

Mannie Fresh recently chopped it up with Andre Grant from HipHopDX about working with Lil Wayne and the upcoming Tha Carter V album.

The former Cash Money producer and artist mentions that him and Weezy have always had a great relationship when they work together whether it be back in the day or today.

He also didn’t want to judge the C5 album when he was asked about it and says that he would rather let the people decide where the project will rank in Tunechi‘s discography when they hear it.

You can what Mannie said after the jump below!

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