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2 years ago, we first heard about a collaboration from Lil Pump and Lil Wayne, and now it has been released.
The song is called “Be Like Me” and it will appear on Pump‘s upcoming studio album, Harverd Dropout, due to drop soon.
You can listen to “Be Like Me” after the jump below! What are your thoughts on it?
Earlier this month during an interview with Golf.com, Brooks Koepka was asked if he has ever met a music artist on his playlist to which he revealed he has met Lil Wayne.
The professional golfer from Florida recalled meeting Tunechi after his first The US Open win at a pool party in Los Angeles. Before pointing out that he is “really short”, Brooks said he knew Tune was walking by him from a certain smell (weed).
You can watch the 2018 Player Of The Year in golf tell the story of first saying “wassup” to Weezy in a video after the jump below!
YFL Kelvin Calls Lil Wayne One Of His Biggest Influences, Says Wayne’s VH1 Documentary Made Him Want To Be A Rapper [Video]
YFL Kelvin recently sat down with 247HH for an interview that you can check out below.
During their conversation, Kelvin revealed that the rappers who inspired him the most are Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, 50 Cent and Dipset.
The Cleveland rapper then went into more detail about why Weezy is one of his biggest inspirations and that is because he came into the music industry hungry at a very young age.
Kelvin also recalled when Tunechi dropped his Da Drought mixtape around the same time that PSP (PlayStation Portable) came out and he used to play NBA 2K while listening to every Tune song. He even mentioned that watching Wayne‘s VH1 documentary about his life made him want to become a rapper!
Over the weekend on February 16th, Lil Wayne hosted a Pre-Roll event at STORY Nightclub in Miami, Florida.
During the Rolling Loud party, Weezy could be seen arriving and leaving the club, as well as jamming out to “SICKO MODE“, “Mob Ties“, “Duffle Bag Boy“, “Plain Jane (Remix)“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Going Bad“, “A Milli“, and more songs.
You can check out some footage of Tunechi at STORY Nightclub with his Young Money artists and affiliates Stephanie Acevedo, Gudda Gudda, Euro, Cortez Bryant, and T@ after the jump below!
Before premiering “I Don’t Even Know You Anymore“, Netsky spoke to Zane Lowe on Beats 1 Apple Music’s radio show all about his new collaboration with Lil Wayne and Bazzi.
The Belgium music producer discussed why he got Tunechi and Bazzi on his new single, revealed it had been in the works for a while, and added that it was a “childhood dream” for both himself and the Michigan singer-songwriter to work with Tune.
You can check out everything that Netsky had to say, including calling Weezy “an icon and legend”, in a video after the jump below!
Drake & Lil Wayne’s “Successful”, “Ignorant Shit”, “Unstoppable Remix” & “Uptown” Are Now Available On All Streaming Platforms
Last night at midnight, Drake released his So Far Gone project to all streaming platforms to celebrate it’s 10-year anniversary on February 13th.
As you should already know, the project includes four dope collaborations with his Young Money boss Lil Wayne – “Successful” (also with Trey Songz), “Ignorant Shit“, “Unstoppable Remix” (also with Santigold aka Santogold), and “Uptown” (also with Bun B).
However, for a currently unknown reason, Tunechi does not appear on the outro of “Congratulations” anymore. Drizzy also praised Tune during his SFG thank you post on Instagram by writing: “a decade ago you took me out of Toronto and gave me the biggest blessing anybody has ever given me”.
You can find the four 6 God and Weezy collabos off So Far Gone on all music streaming services after the jump below! Do you still play these frequently?