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It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” installment is a song from Dizzy titled “The Pimp Is Here” featuring a hook from Lil Wayne, as well as verses from Kidd Kidd and Gudda Gudda.
The Raj Smoove-produced track appears on the Young Money affiliate’s Da Best Of Dizzy aka Raw D.I. mixtape, which was released back during the Sqad Up era.
“So gather round, the pimp is here; I got all of your ladies and your women here; I got the extended rear, the lengthy hair; Bitch, you know how a pimp do, you know how a pimp do”
You can listen to “The Pimp Is Here” below.
Remix, baby! Here is the official remix for Yung Gravy‘s “oops!” single featuring Lil Wayne.
The original version of this Valentino Khan-produced song appears on Gravy‘s Gasanova album, which was released on October 2nd of last year via Republic Records.
You can stream the “oops!” remix after the jump below! What are your thoughts on it?
HoodyBaby recently took to his Instagram page to preview a new song that has Lil Wayne vocals.
You can check out a sneak peek of the forthcoming collaboration after the jump below! Are you liking the sound of it?
Playboi Carti recently chopped it up with Kid Cudi for an interview (yes, you read that right) with Interview Magazine.
While talking about his vocal style, Playboi reveals he was influenced by Lil Wayne to freestyle all of his songs and verses.
You can check out exactly what Carti told Cudi below! Would you ever like to see a collaboration between Wayne and the Atlanta rapper?
To announce the return of the Sourdough King and the Sourdough Breakfast King, Burger King have debuted a new commercial featuring a popular Lil Wayne song.
The ad includes Tunechi‘s “6 Foot 7 Foot” instrumental playing in the background and it seems BK have a new slogan which is a play on one of Tune‘s most-famous bars:
“Real Gs move in silence like sourdough”
You can check out the commercial in a video after the jump below. Weezy supported this advertisement on his Twitter page with a couple of tweets that you can also see below!