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Lil Wayne Raps All About Big Sean On Their “Deep” Collaboration Off “Dark Sky Paradise”

Lil Wayne Raps About Big Sean On Their Deep Collaboration Off Dark Sky Paradise

Kazeem Famuyide from STASHED got the chance to listen to Big Sean‘s upcoming Dark Sky Paradise album, which will be released in stores later this month on February 24th.

During the listening session, Kazeem mentioned that he wasn’t feeling Sean‘s “Deep” song featuring Lil Wayne until “a memorable Lil Wayne verse saved all of that at the very end”.

He also revealed that Weezy was rapping all about Big Sean in his verse and going into detail about why Sean does not get enough credit for his lyrics like he should do.

You can read the review for “Deep” after the jump below. Does this get you more hyped for the Key Wane-produced collaboration?

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Lil Wayne Gets “Baked” Tattoo On Forehead

Lil Wayne Gets Baked Tattoo On Forehead

Lil Wayne recently got a new tattoo on his forehead that reads “Baked“. The tattoo is a logo from Baker Skateboards, which is a skateboarding company. I guess this tatt shows exactly how serious Weezy F Baby is with skating!

I have also added some other recent tattoos that Tunechi has tattooed on his face after the jump below. You may have never seen these tatts before, but if you follow LilWayneHQ on Twitter, Facebook, or Tumblr, then you already should know about them.

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Upcoming Lil Wayne Features With Game, Nicki Minaj & Gudda Gudda

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Last month, it was confirmed that Lil Wayne would appear on Game‘s forthcoming Jesus Piece album twice. We have already heard one of these collaborations with “Celebration” and now we have more details about their other collabo!

The Game and Weezy song is called “Lady” and will also feature Jeremih, Big Sean and Fabolous, as well as sample a D’Angelo record. It was produced by Cool & Dre and according to people who have already heard the track at a recent Game listening session, “Lady” will be a “radio friendly record” and “Tunechi killed [his verse]“!

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Lil Wayne Announces New “Dedication 4” Release Date & Unreleased Photos From Mysitkal’s “Original” Video Shoot

Lil Wayne Announces New Dedication 4 Release Date & Unreleased Photos From Mysitkals Original Video Shoot

A couple of hours ago, Lil Wayne went on Twitter to announce the new release date for his upcoming mixtape hosted by DJ Drama, Dedication 4. Originally supposed to be out on August 15th, Weezy will now drop the tape on August 30th, which is next Thursday!

Some of the instrumentals Tunechi remixed that we can be expecting on the fourth installment of the Dedication series are: “No Lie“, “I Don’t Like“, “Burn“, “Cashin’ Out” and “Amen“. Two artists have also been confirmed as features on the mixtape and they are Young Money’s Nicki Minaj and Flow.

In other Wayne news, you can view some unreleased photos from Mystikal‘s “Original” video shoot that was shot in Miami after the jump below, courtesy of David Cabrera.

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David Banner Speaks On Lil Wayne & Tha Carter IV x Behind The Scenes Of “Red Nation”

David Banner Speaks On Lil Wayne & Tha Carter IV x Behind The Scenes Of Red Nation

Complex recently chopped it up with David Banner, who revealed a few details on Lil Wayne‘s forthcoming Tha Carter IV album and his relationship with Wayne. You can read the interview below, and after the jump you can also watch some behind the scenes footage from Game and Weezy‘s “Red Nation” video shoot (official music video drops tomorrow).

“I worked on Tha Carter IV. Me and Wayne were in the studio together twice. Once in Miami and once in L.A. Where I am with artists now, it’s more about the relationship. Before we even do a record I want to talk to you. ‘Rubberband Man’ will always be a part of T.I.’s family and T.I.’s life. With artists being so disposable, I want to sit down like, ‘Man, how you doing?’ Wayne just got out of jail. Let me talk to you and see how you doing as a man.”

“Most artists who are on the level of Wayne, once they get to that level they try to go and get whatever major producer. He told me, ‘David, if you’ve got what it takes, you’re going to always be a part of Tha Carter shit.’ I respect that because there’s a lot of people who I was a part of their careers and it just didn’t happen no more, but I’m not saying no names. With Wayne, it’s not like you got a definite spot, but you definitely can come and fight for your spot, and that’s all I ever ask for.”

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