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Mannie Fresh Previews His “Start This Shit Off Right” Collaboration With Lil Wayne & Christina Milian For “Tha Carter V”

Mannie Fresh Previews His Start This Shit Off Right Collaboration With Lil Wayne & Christina Milian For Tha Carter 5

Mannie Fresh recently took part in an interview with Thedo and MAQ for their “DaTakeOver” podcast and during their conversation, he previewed a collaboration he has with Lil Wayne off the upcoming Tha Carter V album.

We first heard a 15-second snippet back in 2014, and now Mannie has played the first 2 minutes and 30 seconds of the song, which you can check out after the jump below.

From listening to the hook, it sounds like this track is the one from the Tha Carter V tentative tracklist called “Start This Shit Off Right“. It also has Christina Milian listed as a feature and a couple of years ago, she did mention in an interview that she has a collabo with Weezy and Fresh on C5.

I’m aware Mannie Fresh also played a few other Tunechi snippets throughout his interview with the podcast, but I’m going to listen to the full 1 hour and 30 minute conversation when I’m free later on today before I post them, so I can get more details on the songs!

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A Sneak Peek Of A New Baby E & Lil Wayne Collaboration

A Sneak Peek Of A New Baby E & Lil Wayne Collaboration

DJ SWU has previewed an upcoming Baby E song featuring his Young Money boss Lil Wayne on social media.

The collaboration will most-likely be appearing on E‘s forthcoming project that he said will be released this Fall.

You can check out a snippet of Weezy‘s verse in a clip after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Hosts An After-Party In Houston With Jas Prince, Performs Live & Disses Cash Money [Videos]

Lil Wayne Hosts An After Party In Houston With Jas Prince, Performs Live & Disses Cash Money

On November 6th, Lil Wayne hosted an after-party for 93.7 The Beat and Bud Light’s 2016 “Beat Bash” concert at Engine Room nightclub in Houston, Texas.

Tunechi was joined at the club by Jas Prince, his father James Prince, Bun B, Mack Maine, Gudda Gudda, and others. During the show, Tune performed “I’m Me“, “No Worries“, “Rollin’“, “Steady Mobbin’“, and more songs live.

You can check out some footage of Wayne at Engine Room in Houston after the jump below. As you can see in the clips, Weezy also dissed Cash Money Records!

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Lil Wayne Has A Studio Session With PARTYNEXTDOOR, Zoey Dollaz, Euro, Kiddo Marv & HoodyBaby

Lil Wayne Has A Studio Session With PARTYNEXTDOOR, Zoey Dollaz, Euro, Kiddo Marv & HoodyBaby

At the very beginning of this month, Lil Wayne hit up the studio with PARTYNEXTDOOR, Zoey Dollaz, Euro, Kiddo Marv, and HoodyBaby.

There is no word just yet on if they were recording one big collaboration, or working on various songs for each other’s projects.

You can check out a photo of them all in the studio above, courtesy of NTRO4k!

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Lil Twist & Fooly Faime Announce New Song “Nerve” With Lil Wayne

Lil Twist & Fooly Faime Announce New Song Nerve With Lil Wayne

Lil Twist took to his Snapchat in the week to reveal him and Fooly Faime have a new collaboration with Lil Wayne called “Nerve” coming soon.

“We got that ‘Nerve’ with Lil Tunechi on the way though”

If you don’t follow the Young Money artist on Snap, or you missed the 8-second clip, you can check it out after the jump below! Who is looking forward to hearing the track?

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Master P Says: “Lil Wayne Is Worth So Much Money With The Right Coach” & “With The Wrong Coach His Career Might Be Over”

Master P Says Lil Wayne Is Worth So Much Money With The Right Coach & With The Wrong Coach His Career Might Be Over

In an interview with Revolt, which you can see below, Master P shared his thoughts on the current Lil Wayne/Young Money vs. Birdman/Cash Money feud.

The No Limit Records founder compared the situation to going through a divorce, as well as when he signed Snoop Dogg back in 1998 while Death Row was falling apart.

P also explained that he thinks Wayne “is worth so much money with the right coach”, but with the wrong coach he thinks “his career might be over”. He even mentioned that if he was starting a record label over from scratch, he would sign Weezy to it!

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