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Lil Wayne hit up LIV nightclub in Miami, Florida on December 10th for his usual “LIV on Sunday’s” appearance and to help DJ Khaled celebrate his 42nd birthday.
You can check out some footage of Tunechi rapping his “Steady Mobbin’” song and jamming out as Tity Boi performs “Good Drank” live at LIV in Miami after the jump below!
Drake Calls Lil Wayne The “Greatest Of All Time” At E11EVEN MIAMI During 2017 Art Basel Week [Video]
Before ending the event, Drizzy let Tunechi know to his face that he has the best times of his life when they are on stage together, as well as called Tune the “Greatest Of All Time”.
You can check out some footage of this after the jump below. I’ll be sure to post up a few clips of Weezy and the 6 God live performance together at E11EVEN in Miami soon!
T-Pain recently went onto Instagram Live to talk about the amazing year him and Lil Wayne had in the music industry back in 2007.
In the clip, which you can watch below, Pain talks about him and Weezy beating The Beatles and breaking Billboard’s record for the most No. 1s in one year.
He even recalls Tunechi having 13 hits and himself having 14 hits in that year alone that they took over in music, but his 14th hit was actually his feature on Tune‘s “Got Money” single!
Fat Joe Talks Witnessing Lil Wayne Come Up With His Verse On DJ Khaled’s “We Takin’ Over” & Says All New Rappers Owe Wayne A Favor [Video]
For episode 253 of Complex’s “Everyday Struggle” series, special guest Fat Joe sat down with DJ Akademiks and Nadeska to speak on various subjects that you can check out below.
At the 46:30 mark of their conversation, Joey Crack discussed Lil Wayne killing him on DJ Khaled’s “We Takin’ Over” single, called Wayne the “best rapper on earth at that time”, and told a story of what Weezy‘s recording process was like for his verse on “We Takin’ Over“, which included him standing in front of some big speakers at The Hit Factory and coming up with “I am the beast, feed me rappers or feed me beats” line.
Joe also mentioned that he owes Tunechi so much for teaching him how to work as rappers in his era don’t work as hard as the new millennium rappers and said that he used to always think he had to keep on working himself as he knew Tune would be somewhere working.
Later on in the interview at the 51:30 mark, Fat Joe shared his thoughts on Lil Wayne‘s current situation with Birdman, as well as pointed out that all these new rappers owe Wayne a favor as they all rap exactly like him, but not as good.
Joey Crack even revealed that he loves Mr. Carter as a person, called him a true friend (which is rare in the music industry), and says Weezy is very intelligent, plus misunderstood as people will look at him and see the dreads and tattoos, but that’s not who he truly is!
Weezy and E have freestyled over Post Malone and 21 Savage‘s “Rockstar” beat that was produced by Tank God and Bell! Who is looking forward to hearing it?