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Master P Reveals Lil Wayne Is Featured On His “Louisiana Hot Sauce” Album & “Is About To Get A Second Life At Music”
Master P recently did an interview with Complex and during their conversation, he announced that Lil Wayne will be featured on his upcoming album titled Louisiana Hot Sauce, due to be released “in a couple months”.
This is not the first time that P has revealed him and Tunechi have a new collaboration on the way as he mentioned it in an interview last month too. They previously worked together on “Power” at the start of 2015.
You can read a few excerpts from the No Limit Forever Records founder’s conversation with Complex below that also includes him discussing the Weezy vs. Birdman beef, as well as saying “Lil Wayne is about to get a second life at music”!
Kyambo “Hip Hop” Joshua recently sat down with Elliott Wilson and Brian “B.Dot” Miller for an interview on episode 80 of their “Rap Radar” podcast.
During their conversation, which you can check out after the jump below, Kyambo told the story of how NFL running back Larry Johnson phoned him up to ask if he can help him manage Lil Wayne.
Joshua also spoke on his management company Hip Hop Since 1978 “unofficially” managing Tunechi as Cortez Bryant was doing other things for Tune at the time, as well as how Atlantic Records wanted to sign Wayne at one early point in his career!
Toya Wright Says If She Doesn’t Find Someone In The Next 2 Years She Will Have Another Baby With Lil Wayne [Video]
Toya Wright recently visited Power 105.1 in New York City to appear on “The Breakfast Club” radio show and chat with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God, as well a to promote her “In My Own Words… My Real Reality” book.
Throughout their conversation, Toya spoke on her brothers being murdered in New Orleans, her and Lil Wayne‘s daughter Reginae, the text messages from Wayne she included in her book, hitting up Tammy Rivera to tell Waka Flocka Flame that Weezy really doesn’t know these “new rappers” as he lives under a rock and in his own world, and plenty more.
She also revealed that if she doesn’t find someone in the next 2 years then maybe she will have another baby with Tunechi, as well as that she hates the current situation going on with Tune and Birdman. You can check out the full conversation in a video after the jump below!
NBA player Damian Lillard, who also goes by Dame D.O.L.L.A. as his rap name, is releasing his debut album tonight called The Letter O.
There is a song on the project called “Loyal To The Soil” featuring a dope verse from Lil Wayne that has surfaced online.
You can listen to “Loyal To The Soil” after the jump below and pre-order the album off iTunes here!
We saw a few pictures at the weekend, and now we can watch some behind the scenes footage from Jeezy and Lil Wayne‘s “Bout That” video shoot.
The D. Rich-produced collaboration will appear on Jeezy‘s upcoming Trap Or Die 3 album, which will drop October 28th, but there is currently no word on if the visual will premiere before then.
Also in the behind the scenes clip (see below), we can hear a preview of what the single will sound like. However, we will have to wait for the full song to be released before we can hear what Weezy‘s verse will sound like!
On October 16th, Lil Wayne hit up LIV nightclub in Miami, Florida for “LIV on Sunday’s” that was hosted by Diddy.
Joining Tunechi at the club was Young Jeezy, 2 Chainz, Zoey Dollaz, HoodyBaby, DJ Stevie J, and others.
You can view plenty more photos of Weezy with his rap friends after the jump below, courtesy of Thaddaeus Mcadams!