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Lil Wayne headlined this year’s Float Fest in San Marcos, Texas at the Cool River Ranch over the weekend on July 21st.
During his set, Weezy performed “Pussy, Money, Weed“, “Bitches Love Me“, “Wasted“, “HYFR (Hell Ya Fuckin’ Right)“, “Every Girl“, “A Milli“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, and more songs live.
You can check out some footage of Tunechi performing live at the 2018 Float Fest after the jump below!
An unreleased Lil Wayne and Birdman feature called “Gotta Get That Cash” from 2002-2003 surfaced online this month.
The song belongs to Christopher Rucker, who is a New York rapper, and it was going to be his very first official single, but it never dropped – until now.
A week ago today on July 14th, Lil Wayne performed live at this year’s Audiotistic Music Festival in Mountain View, California at the Shoreline Amphitheatre.
You can check out some footage of this after the jump below. Click here to see photos of Tunechi‘s live performance at the 2018 Audiotistic Music Festival!
According to Chart Data, Lil Wayne‘s iconic album, Tha Carter III, is now eligible for a 5x Platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) with 3.97 million in traditional sales and 10.5 million in sales/streams from the singles.
If you didn’t already know, 10 streams of a song now equals 1 album sale. So if you do the math, you can see that the singles have earned over 1.05 million in sales, which makes the total of Weezy‘s classic album at 5.02 million sales.
Thanks to the recent 10 year anniversary of the project on June 10th, C3 re-entered on the Billboard 200 chart at No. 163 and jumped 230% in pure sales! Do you think this is Tunechi‘s best album?
The “Feature Friday” post for this week is Mary J. Blige‘s “Just Fine” remix featuring Lil Wayne, Precise and Swizz Beatz, who produced it.
The original version of this track appears on Blige‘s eighth studio album, Growing Pains, which was released back in 2007.
“Cause Swizzy is a vandal, Weezy is a candle; And we are crack, smack, and never wack; Like I never had a Caddy, I would never lack; And I would never lie, I would never say never; Will I ever say never? Say never, cause I never gave a… whatever, it’s whatever”
You can listen to the “Just Fine” remix below. Click here to watch a music video for another Mary and Weezy collaboration titled “Someone To Love Me (Naked)” that was released in 2011!