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Are you interested to see which Lil Wayne album Young Thug likes better out of Tha Carter II and Tha Carter III? If not, feel free to leave this page and go to another recent Weezy update on the homepage.
If you are interested, then hit the jump to see Thugger tell his answer to SPIN, as well as why he prefers the project over the other one.
Also, I am curious to see which album you all prefer out of Wayne‘s C2 and C3? Do you think the same as Thug? Leave a comment below with your answer!
On Friday, Lil Wayne decided to have a change in appearance by getting a few of his dreadlocks colored. After a skateboarding session with Marley G and N.O. Capo in Los Angeles, Tune got the colors red, purple and teal colored in his hair.
You can see another photo of Weezy F Baby with the natural hair stylist who did this job for him after the jump below. She also mentioned that this is the first time that Wayne has ever had color in his hair!
What are your thoughts on Tunechi‘s new look?
Mack Maine Talks Lil Wayne Wanting To Leave Cash Money, Gives An Update On “Tha Carter V” & Announces A New Weezy Project
The Young Money President Mack Maine called into Miami’s WEDR 99 Jamz radio station yesterday to speak with Felisha Monet about some of the latest subjects involving Lil Wayne, YMCMB, Tha Carter V, and more.
During the conversation, Mack confirmed that Weezy is currently putting finishing touches on his C5 album, it will come in two parts, there is no new release date right now but it will drop in the first quarter of 2015 “for sure”, and until then it’s “Free Tha Carter V”.
Maine also discussed Tunechi‘s tweets about wanting to leave Cash Money Records (says Tune reached his “breaking point”, as well as prays that everything works out and gets resolved asap), the Drake and Diddy fight at LIV nightclub, social media, Tyga wanting to leave Young Mula, and the current artists on YM.
You can listen to the full interview below. Mack Maine was sure to announce that Wayne is about to start a new special project for us fans too!
Lil Wayne performed live at VICE’s 20th birthday bash in Brooklyn, New York at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on December 5th. He also chilled backstage with Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah and Raekwon.
I have already posted up footage of Tunechi telling the crowd that his recent tweets are real and a short interview from the event, but now in this post you can view some pics of Tune performing on stage.
Hit the jump to view plenty more photos of Weezy F Baby at VICE’s 20th birthday party. Be sure to check out his t-shirt too!
The visual was directed by Hannah Lux Davis and the Dr. Luke-produced track will appear on Nicki‘s forthcoming The Pinkprint album, due to be released on December 15th.
Click here to check out some behind the scenes pictures from the “Only” video shoot!
Straight after Lil Wayne tweeted he wants to get off Cash Money Records, Pusha T was very quick to tweet Wayne and tell him to join Kanye West‘s GOOD Music record label, which is of course the label Pusha is currently signed to.
We all know that Pusha T and Tunechi have had beef in the past, so is it what he really wants? Well even though Pusha doesn’t know exactly what he thinks should happen, he did say that Kanye likes Tune, so it would be good for them to make more music together.
You can read everything what Pusha T said on the situation below. If Weezy F Baby did leave Cash Money, would you like to see him join another record label such as GOOD Music?