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STREETRUNNER Talks Being Sued Over “Playing With Fire”, Leaked Lil Wayne Songs, “I Can’t Feel My Face” & More

STREETRUNNER Talks Being Sued Over Playing With Fire, Leaked Lil Wayne Songs, I Cant Feel My Face & More

Kyle Kramer from Noisey chopped it up with STREETRUNNER earlier this month to chat with him about releasing the remastered versions of leaked Lil Wayne songs from 2006-2007 and how he thinks they were leaked in the first place.

The producer also talked talked about getting sued for “Playing With Fire” that ended up in the track being removed from Tha Carter III, the first time he met Tunechi at The Hit Factory Criteria Recording Studios in Miami, if Tune has changed as a person over the years, and wanting to release a Greatest Hits album of all the leaked Wayne songs.

STREETRUNNER even discussed producing Lil Wayne and Juelz Santana‘s “1 Arm“, what he remembers about the I Can’t Feel My Face era, personally wanting to hear the project over Rebirth, his reaction to first hearing Weezy was going to record a rock album, and more!

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John Wall Tattoos A Baby Picture Of Lil Wayne On His Body [Pictures]

John Wall Tattoos A Baby Picture Of Lil Wayne On His Body

After seeing both Drake and Odell Beckham Jr. get portraits of Lil Wayne tattooed on their bodies, another celebrity has showed off his new Wayne ink.

Professional basketball player John Wall has tattooed the baby picture of Weezy from Tha Carter III artwork on his body next to tattoos of Tupac Shakur and a wolf.

Tupac , Baby wayne @liltunechi , Wolf Wall …..All these tattoo define my up bringing thru music and who I am !! #wallway #5Deep #BYB salute to them !!

You can check out the Washington Wizards player’s new ink after the jump below! What are your thoughts on it?

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Lil Wayne – Dinnertime [Unreleased Tha Carter III Leftover]

Lil Wayne Dinnertime Unreleased Tha Carter 3 Leftover

Wow! Out of nowhere, a new Lil Wayne song has surfaced online called “Dinnertime” that was produced by Onhel.

However, the track was recorded back at the end of 2007 for Tha Carter III, but for an unknown reason it never made the album and has never been put out since.

We’ve actually been knowing about this record for a long time after it was first brought up in Weezy‘s Blender magazine cover story in 2008. This is what was said:

“He [Lil Wayne] instructs his engineer, Darius ‘Deezle’ Harrison, to fire up a new song; as soon as he hears his own music, Wayne grows wild, his slow-mo confidence shoved abruptly aside by a raging, theatrical egotism. The track is called ‘Dinnertime’, in which Wayne compares other rappers to food and then eats them, chewing noises included. Faced with his prodigious skills, he stutter-steps around the room, headbanging with increasing violence. ‘I’m too sick’ he says, revving himself up. ‘Too sick! I don’t even wanna listen to my own shit, because it makes me want to kill somebody!’ The moment the song ends, Wayne bellows at no one in particular: ‘Fuck yo’ favorite rapper!’ He tells Deezle to dial up another track and reiterates his point, stomping his Nikes to emphasize each syllable: ‘FUCK! YO’! FAV! OR! ITE! RAP! PER!'”

You can listen to “Dinnertime” after the jump below!

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2 Chainz Shares Stories Of Being Around Lil Wayne In The Studio + How Wayne Helped Him Rap Without The Usual Structure Of Bars & Hooks

2 Chainz Shares Stories Of Being Around Lil Wayne In The Studio & How Wayne Helped Him Rap Without The Usual Structure Of Bars & Hooks

2 Chainz was the special guest on episode 136 of Complex’s “Everyday Struggle” series, which you can check out below.

At the start of their conversation, Tity Boi spoke on how he never really cared about counting his bars when he first started rapping and how being around Lil Wayne made him not follow the usual structure of verses and hooks on a song. He even shared a funny story of Wayne rapping 40 bars with no hook.

Later on in the interview, Chainz revealed one of his biggest motivations of his music career was being next to Weezy in the studio working while he was being told he had just sold 1 million copies of his Tha Carter III album!

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Lil Wayne Addresses Signing To Jay Z’s Roc Nation, Talks Aaron Hernandez, Gives An Update On His Cash Money Situation & More

Lil Wayne Addresses Signing To Jay Z Roc Nation, Talks Aaron Hernandez, Gives An Update On His Cash Money Situation & More

Earlier today, Lil Wayne sat down with Skip Bayless for a one on one interview for “Undisputed”, which you can check out below.

During their conversation, Weezy spoke on his Tha Carter III album, his thoughts on Aaron Hernandez committing suicide in jail, the passing of Prince, who he likes more out of Prince and Michael Jackson, the best part about being himself, signing to Jay Z‘s Roc Nation, the Cash Money situation, “No Mercy“, and more.

Skip also called Tunechi a musical genius and explained why he never went and visited Tune in Rikers Island a few years ago. Wayne even revealed that his mother Jacida Carter was in the same classes as Birdman in school!

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Juelz Santana Talks “After Disaster”, Unreleased Music With Lil Wayne, “I Can’t Feel My Face” & More [Video]

Juelz Santana Talks After Disaster, Unreleased Music With Lil Wayne, I Cant Feel My Face & More

Juelz Santana recently sat down for a live interview with Complex on their “The Music Show”. Around the 23:00 mark, Juelz recalled the story of when the police raided his studio and took his hard drive. He says there was about 100 unreleased songs erased from the hard drive when he finally got it back including 20 collaborations with Lil Wayne as they must of recorded about 60.

“When the police raided my studio, I had about 100 records. I had my hard drive back I had nothing. Shit was erased. I think I got a couple more records left for Wayne we didn’t put out from that time but a lot of records were on that hard drive.”

Santana did mention that Tunechi may still have the tracks on his hard drive, because they worked back and forth by sending each other verses. He even mentioned that him and Tune are still close like brothers and if they really wanted to, they could release a joint project right now.

Before the conversation wrapped up, Juelz even spoke a little bit about his and Weezy‘s “After Disaster” collabo and revealed that their I Can’t Feel My Face project never dropped, because back in the days there was just too many politics with labels. For a little bit of hope, he says there aren’t that many label politics anymore if they did want to drop ICFMF.

You can watch the full interview after the jump below. Santana also told a story about Lil Wayne to show just how much of a real rapper he is and how crazy his work ethic is. This story was on the night after finding out his Tha Carter III album had gone Platinum in one week, Juelz sent him 3 songs and Wayne sent them all back on the same night!

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