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On Sunday, Royce Da 5’9″ took part in a Q&A on his Twitter page. One of the questions that Royce was asked was who does he think are the top five best rappers alive today. He answered Lil Wayne, Eminem, Jay-Z, Nas, and Pusha T.
“Em Jay Wayne Nas and Push RT @DomChirico80: @Royceda59 top 5 rappers alive”
This is not the first time that Royce Da 5’9″ has complimented Weezy F Baby; he previously mentioned it on Slaughterhouse’s “Our House” song by rapping: “You listening to hip-hop; you in Jay house, Wayne house; Nas house, Em house, our house”.
What are you thoughts on Royce‘s top 5 list of alive rappers? Do you agree or disagree with him? You can also view a large list of other compliments that Tunechi has received from his fellow rappers by clicking here!
Over the weekend, Lil B took part in a lecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology university in Cambridge. When it was Q&A time, one of the students in attendance asked B who he had a close connection with in the music industry.
Lil B answered Lil Wayne, Mack Maine, and Diddy before telling a story of how at one point in his career he was hanging around and chilling with Wayne years after he had put Weezy on the cover of one of his projects back in 6th grade.
If I were to guess, I would say this time was around when Tunechi was recording his Sorry 4 The Wait mixtape. If you don’t recall, Lil B was featured on “Grove St. Party” off that tape. You can read exactly what B said about Tune below!
After watching Lil Wayne and Christina Milian perform this single live at the 2014 America Music Awards a few hours ago, “Start A Fire” has now been released in CDQ form and is also available on iTunes.
This song will appear on Weezy‘s forthcoming Tha Carter V album, which will be released in two weeks. You can view the artwork above and stream the CDQ version of “Start A Fire” below. Click here to purchase it off iTunes!
Is this the radio smash Tha Carter V needed Wayniacs?
Lil Wayne and Christina Milian just performed live on stage together at the 2014 American Music Awards, which took place at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, to debut a new single from Wayne‘s Tha Carter V album, due to be released in stores on December 9th.
The song is called “Start A Fire” and it is also the “radio super smash” that we were previously warned about. You can watch Tune and Tina Turn Up‘s live performance in the video after the jump below!
In related news, click here to read what Christina recently said in an interview about “Start A Fire“, as well as her and Weezy F Baby‘s performance at the AMAs.
We first heard a snippet of this song back in 2012 and now here is the full version of T-Boz‘ “Rebel Yell” featuring two verses from Lil Wayne.
If you are not familiar with T-Boz, she was in the group TLC. This track was also recorded back in 2009 for her solo studio album, but it was never released.
You can listen to the full version of “Rebel Yell” after the jump below!