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Just over a few weeks ago, we found out that an old notebook containing some of Lil Wayne‘s raps from the Hot Boys era is on the market for $250,000.00. The book, which includes lyrics written by Wayne from when he was 17-years-old, was found in a car that once belonged to Cash Money and it is now being auctioned off through Moments In Time.
According to TMZ, Tunechi has got his attorneys to file a warning letter to the auction company stating the fact that he is the rightful owner of the notepad and he has never agreed to the sale of his pad. In this letter, Tune‘s attorneys say he “never abandoned his notebook”, but just lost it, and even though he is glad it has now been found, he is not happy about it being sold. Weezy claims that the person who found it kept it a secret for all this time, because he wanted to wait for the right opportunity to make money from it.
The founder of Moments In Time, Gary Zimet, reveals that Lil Wayne will have to purchase the notepad from them if he does want it back. Wayne is reportedly fine with doing this, but he’s still threatening legal action if they don’t stop the sale to the public!
Pic credit: MIA Nights.
This means that the Mike WiLL Made-It and PLUSS-co-produced single has surpassed over 1 million in streams and sales since it was officially released on November 29th, 2018.
Congratulations to everyone involved with “Good Form” and if you want to have a read of the lyrics, click here to do so! Do you still play the song?
Baby E recently chopped it up with The Deep Cuts Podcast for an interview, which you can listen to below.
During their conversation, E spoke on his Kill The Noise project, upcoming music, his “Finessin” single, switching from Def Jam to Young Money, how he actually got signed to YM, being managed by Mack Maine, who his favorite underground music artists are, and plenty more.
The Young Money rapper also discussed how Lil Wayne was an inspiration and hero to him while growing up, having the best chemistry with Wayne and Lil Twist in the studio, how Weezy is a big part of his sound, and shared stories from touring with Young Mula.
Before the interview wrapped up, Baby E revealed he has never seen anyone work as hard as Tunechi, as well as how he has witnessed Tune and his engineer work in a studio for 12 – 16 hours from starting at 6AM. He even mentioned that himself and YM all participated in a game by putting money into a jar and the first person to catch Mr. Carter sleeping would win all the money (which had over $5,000.00 in it). However, E says no one won!
Lil Pump has released an official behind the scenes look at his “Be Like Me” video shoot featuring Lil Wayne.
The Sophie Muller-directed visual for Pump‘s Harverd Dropout single was released a couple of months ago.
You can check out some behind the scenes footage from on set of Pump and Wayne‘s “Be Like Me” video below!
Jennifer Lopez sat down for an interview with TIDAL’s “CRWN” series at the Manhattan Center in New York City on April 9th.
During her conversation, J. Lo revealed who her top 5 rappers of all time are to which she named: Nas, Big Pun, Fat Joe, The Notorious B.I.G., and Lil Wayne.
“Nas is one of my favorite rappers of all time. He might be my number one. I don’t think I’ve heard anybody who raps, who hits me in the same way. He sounds like the guys I grew up with, but he’s also so intelligent. I always felt he was so smart. I just love that, I love his style. I would say I’d have to rep for Pun and [Fat] Joe. Biggie. I would definitely say Lil Wayne as well. He did call me Miss Lopez on a song like I was a teacher. So cute.“
If you didn’t already know, Wayne and Lopez worked together on her “I’m Into You” single back in 2011!