Riff Raff just announced on Twitter that he has a song featuring Lil Wayne, which will be released...
Lil Wayne attended Kanye West's "The Yeezus Tour" on December 1st at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia...
On November 29th, Lil Wayne and Antonia "Toya" Wright put on a surprise birthday party for their daughter Reginae Carter...
For this week's "Feature Friday" edition, I have chosen Freekey Zekey's "Beat Without Bass" song featuring Lil Wayne and Jha Jha...
Check out some photos of Lil Wayne attending Bamboo nightclub in Miami to celebrate Yo Gotti's album dropping...
For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have chosen Freekey Zekey‘s “Beat Without Bass” song featuring Lil Wayne and Jha Jha. This track was recorded in 2007, but appeared on Freekey‘s Blame It On The Henny mixtape in 2008.
“You old ass rappers better stay on tour; You’re like 44, I got a .44; I’m 24, I could murk you and come home when I’m 44″
You can listen and download “Beat Without Bass” below. No one can say Weezy didn’t kill this verse!
Earlier this month, T-Pain appeared on Shade 45′s radio show “Sway In The Morning” to chop it up with Sway Calloway. During the interview, Pain spoke on what happened with his and Lil Wayne‘s collaboration album titled T-Wayne.
Pain also mentioned that himself and Weezy F Baby have recorded 12 songs for the project, but a few of the tracks that were produced by Tha Bizness have leaked online.
Check out T-Pain talking about T-Wayne at the 8:35 mark in the clip above!
Last night, Lil Wayne attended Bamboo nightclub in Miami, Florida for “Prestige Sundays” and to also celebrate Yo Gotti’s album dropping. Joining Tunechi at the club was Mack Maine, Yo Gotti, DJ Epps, and DJ E-Feezy.
You can view a few more photos of Weezy F Baby at Bamboo after the jump below!
Here is the official music video for Busta Rhymes‘ “Thank You” single featuring Lil Wayne, Kanye West, and Q-Tip.
The visual, which was directed by Director X, includes cameos from Mack Maine, Mack Wilds, A$AP Ferg, and more. You will be able to find the song on Busta‘s upcoming album called Extinction Level Event 2, due to be released in 2014.
Click here to view some behind the scenes footage from the “Thank You” video shoot!
The first “Feature Friday” installment seemed to go down well last week, so here is the next edition for you Wayniacs, which is Curren$y‘s “My House” single featuring Lil Wayne.
This song was released back in 2007 when Curren$y was a member of Weezy‘s Young Money label, but unfortunately a music video for it was never shot. On the song, Wayne raps a short verse and handles the hook while Curren$y spits two verses.
“And you can come spend the night in my house girl; You can smoke all you want in my house girl; You can drink all you want in my house girl; That’s my house girl, that’s my house girl”
You can listen to “My House” below and purchase the song on iTunes here!