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For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have picked a song from Daron Jones called “My Kinda Girl” featuring a verse from Lil Wayne.
There are not too many details regarding this collaboration between the Atlanta R&B group 112 member and Wayne, but it was reported to have been recorded back in 2006.
“One hour after we f*ck, we f*ck again, the faster we f*ck; She masturbate at home cause you suck”
You can listen to “My Kinda Girl” below.
Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks About His The Leak EP, Working With Enrique Iglesias & More [Video]
As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare Lil Wayne interview on the radio with SkeeTV at Power 106 FM in Los Angeles, California.
In the clip, Weezy speaks about Trina, his recent collaborations at the time with Robin Thicke and Enrique Iglesias, The Leak EP, Curren$y, and takes a fan call.
You can check out Power 106‘s conversation with Tunechi, Birdman, Glasses Malone, and Mack 10 from the year 2007 after the jump below. Enjoy!
Colby Covington recently chopped it up with Kacper Rosolowski and Denis Shkuratov from Submission Radio for a virtual interview about his upcoming rematch fight against Kamaru Usman at UFC 268 on November 6th.
During their interview, which you can watch below, Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter Covington announced Lil Wayne will be walking him out to the cage while performing “Sky Is The Limit” aka “Ride For My N*ggas” off Da Drought 3 live.
The professional mixed martial artist also had a lot of praise for Wayne by revealing he is the best rapper alive, was his favorite rapper and music artist while growing up, he should be the president, and is a great person with smart philosophies and ideas!
We’ve already seen behind the scenes photos, and now we can watch some behind the scenes footage from LPB Poody, Lil Wayne and Moneybagg Yo‘s “Batman” remix video shoot.
In the BTS clip, which you can check out below, the three music artists can be seen filming their parts together in Downtown Los Angeles last month.
If you have not yet watched the official “Batman” remix music video that was directed by Clifton Bell, click here to do so!
According to Hits Daily Double, Lil Wayne is the 39th most-streamed music artist half way through 2021 with nearly one billion streams.
The music industry website recently revealed their mid-year Artist Streams chart (see it below), which shows who top 50 most-streamed artists are.
Appearing at #39 with a total of 988,620,000 streams, these are impressive numbers for Wayne considering he hasn’t released any new albums on streaming platforms so far this year!