Check out this week's "Weezy Wednesday's" installment, which shows how Lil Wayne spent last year's 4/20 by smoking...
The "Feature Friday" installment for this week is a chill song from TQ called "The Ghetto" featuring Lil Wayne...
Lil Wayne will be making an in-store appearance at Macy's in the Atlanta Lenox Square shopping mall on April 26th...
Here is the official music video for Young Money's "Senile" single featuring Lil Wayne, Tyga, and Nicki Minaj...
Rick Ross and Lil Wayne recently shot a music video for their "Thug Cry" single, which is being directed by DRE Films...
Weezy F Baby will be making an in-store appearance at Macy’s in the Atlanta Lenox Square shopping mall on April 26th to promote his TRUKFIT clothing line.
If you are or will be in the area next Saturday and you want to meet Lil Wayne, you can receive a meet and greet ticket by spending $100 or more on his TRUKFIT apparel at the Macy’s store in Lenox Square.
There are limited spaces, so you may want to do this as soon as you can. The other way you can get a Tune meet and greet ticket is to listen out for announcements on the V-103 radio station from now to next week!
Here is the official music video for Young Money‘s “Senile” single featuring Lil Wayne, Tyga, and Nicki Minaj.
The visual, which was directed by Colin Tilley, includes cameos from Birdman, Euro, and Mack Maine. This David D.A. Doman-produced song can be found on the Young Money: Rise Of An Empire compilation, available in stores now!
Click here to view some behind the scenes photos and footage from the “Senile” video shoot, which took place in Los Angeles, California last month.
In a recent interview with Vlad TV, former Hot Boys member Turk discusses a conversation that he had with Lil Wayne back in the day about considering to leave Cash Money Records and going to sign with Master P‘s No Limit Records label.
Turk mentions that him and Weezy had this conversation because Master P was giving his artists’ cars and houses, while Birdman wasn’t, but he did say that not long after this conversation, Baby started to give them what they felt they deserved.
Also during the interview, Turk recalls stories of things that him and Tune used to do together when they were homeboys back in the day. Some of these things included shooting paintgun balls outside of their hotel window, getting caught in the rain in a drop-top Jaguar, and counting how many panties they had every week to see who had the most sex.
You can watch the interview after the jump below!
This week, Lil Wayne and Justin Bieber have been working together a lot in the studio. Early Wednesday morning, Tune was spotted smoking weed outside of the Hit Factory in Miami and this morning, both him and Bieber were spotted leaving the same studio at 6AM.
Justin shared the above image on his Instagram page with the caption: “Me and Tunechi in the studio”. There is no word just yet on what project they were working on, but maybe it was Tha Carter V?
Hit the jump to view another photo!
I have chosen Jay-Z‘s “Hello Brooklyn 2.0” song featuring Lil Wayne for this week’s “Feature Friday” installment. The Bigg D-produced track appears on Jay‘s tenth studio album, American Gangster, which was released back in 2007.
“Where Brooklyn at? Where Brooklyn at? Have you seen her? And when she tell you something you better believe her; She told me she like my New Orleans demeanor; And so I said goodbye Katrina, and hello Brooklyn”
You can listen to “Hello Brooklyn 2.0” below and also watch a classic live performance of both Jay-Z and Weezy F Baby performing the record live at the Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan, New York City on November 11th, 2007.