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Feature Friday #98: Ludacris – Last Of A Dying Breed (Feat Lil Wayne)

Ludacris Last Of A Dying Breed Feat Lil Wayne

The “Feature Friday” installment for this week is Ludacris‘ “Last Of A Dying Breed” song featuring Lil Wayne.

You can find the Wyldfyer-produced track on Luda‘s Theater Of The Mind album, which was released back in 2008.

“Never had a holster, I keep it on my lap; And hip-hop ain’t dead, it just had a heart attack; But you see I keep it pumping, yeah I got that heart back; So just call me Little Carter or Little Cardiac”

You can listen to “Last Of A Dying Breed” below and read the lyrics here.

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Lil Wayne’s “6 Foot, 7 Foot” Lyrics Featured On American TV Show “Jeopardy!” [Videos]

Lil Wayne 6 Foot 7 Foot Lyrics Featured On American TV Show Jeopardy

Just over a week ago, a new episode of an American game show called “Jeopardy!” aired on television.

On the episode, there was a rap category titled “Let’s Rap, Kids” and it included host Alex Trebek spitting lyrics from Lil Wayne, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, and Desiigner.

What’s funny is that one of the contestants got the Wayne answer wrong by choosing Kanye even though the lyrics included: “You don’t want to start Weezy, cause the F is for Finisher” from “6 Foot, 7 Foot“. Hit the jump to check it out!

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Birdman Pulls The Plug On Meeting An Agreement With Lil Wayne After His Jay Z Shout Out

Birdman Pulls The Plug On Meeting An Agreement With Lil Wayne After Jay Z Shout Out

According to TMZ, Lil Wayne and Birdman were really close to settling their $51 million lawsuit, but the negotiations have now been called off.

TMZ sources reveal that Baby got mad when Weezy changed the lyrics on “I’m Meduring a recent show to say “Roc-A-Fella” instead of “Cash Money” as he has his own personal beef with Jay Z.

Birdman is also feeling too much disrespect when Tunechi shouts “fuck Cash Money” and tells the record label to suck his dick during his concerts, and so he has decided to pull the plug on meeting an agreement with Tune!

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Lil Wayne Discusses What It Was Like Debating With “First Take” Hosts Stephen A. Smith & Max Kellerman [Video]

Lil Wayne Discusses What It Was Like Debating With The First Take Hosts Stephen A Smith & Max Kellerman

After appearing on ESPN’s “First Take” sports TV show last week, Lil Wayne revealed what it was like debating with the hosts Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman.

Weezy also mentioned that Max rapped some lyrics for him that his brother wrote 10-years-ago. You can check out Tune speaking to the camera after the jump below!

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Chance The Rapper, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz Perform “No Problem” Live On “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” [Video]

Chance The Rapper, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz Perform No Problem Live On The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Today, Chance The Rapper made an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” for an interview and live performance. During his performance, Chance brought out Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz to help him perform “No Problem” live.

If you missed it on TV, you can check out a video of them all performing “No Problem” after the jump below. Weezy also switched up his lyrics on the end of the song to say: “and if Cash Money try to stop me, I’mma let ’em rob me… jeah right like Ryan Locht”

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Lil Wayne Reacts To Hillary Clinton Referencing His Lyrics In A Speech [Video]

Lil Wayne Reacts To Hillary Clinton Referencing His Lyrics In A Speech

Early this morning, TMZ asked Lil Wayne what his thoughts were on Hillary Clinton referencing his lyrics in her speech on Thursday night while he was leaving Playhouse nightclub in Los Angeles, California after celebrating Mack Maine’s birthday.

If you missed her speech, Hillary appeared to reference Tunechi‘s No Ceilings mixtape and his “Sky Is The Limit” song: “When there are no ceilings, the sky’s the limit”. This is of course similar to what Tune said on a No Ceilings tape skit: “And understand that there is no ceilings, there’s only the sky and the sky is the limit”.

Of course, this is a little bit of a reach, but the quote does seem fitting to be what Weezy has rapped in the past. You can watch Clinton say the line in her speech and see Wayne chat to TMZ about it below. Even though he hadn’t seen the speech at the time he was leaving the nightclub, it now looks like Mr. Carter has checked it out as he has since gone on Twitter to tweet: “Go Hillary! I hear ya out there”!

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