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Famous Dex recently took to social media to preview his upcoming collaboration with Lil Wayne, who he also called the rapper that he used to look up to so much.
However, listening to the teaser, you may recognize Weezy‘s verse from Lil Twist’s “LA Traffic” song that we heard nearly 3 years ago.
Lil Wayne Performs “Don’t Cry” & Gives A Speech At XXXTentacion’s “Skins” Album Release Party [Videos]
On December 6th, a listening event for XXXTentacion fans was put on by EMPIRE and 1AM Creative to celebrate the release of his posthumous album, Skins.
Plenty of music artists including Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Ski Mask The Slump God, PnB Rock, Trippie Redd, Matt Ox, and more all performed live at the show.
You can check out some footage of Tunechi‘s live performance, as well as him giving a speech about family in the videos after the jump below. R.I.P. XXX!
This Wednesday (December 12th), Lil Wayne will be making a television appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert“.
Weezy will be appearing on the American late-night talk show to promote his latest album, Tha Carter V. The episode will also include interviews with Leslie Mann and Brandon Micheal Hall.
It has not yet been confirmed if he will be participating in an interview with Stephen Colbert, but according to CBS, Tunechi will be hitting the stage for a musical performance! Are you looking forward to seeing what Tune performs?
Swizz Beatz sat down with Rob Markman from Genius last month for a one on one interview to promote his new album, Poison.
During their conversation, the New York producer and rapper revealed how he managed to get that hard rapping from Lil Wayne on his “Pistol On My Side” single, as well as confirmed “P.O.M.S.” and “Uproar” were not done around the same time.
“He’s an alien, forreal.”
You can watch exactly what Swizz said about Wayne at the 14:00 mark in the video after the jump below!
The “Feature Friday” edition for this week is P89‘s “War” song featuring a verse from Lil Wayne.
There aren’t too many details about this collaboration between the Philadelphia rapper and Tunechi, other than the fact that this is one of the most popular Tune verses which is used for blends.
“Let that chopper hit ’em, sit ’em down, swap his spirit; Die now I’mma think about it later, I’mma think about it never, all I think about is paper”
You can listen to “War” below.
Earlier this week on December 4th, Meek Mill paid a visit to ESPN’s “First Take” sports television show to promote his new album, Championships.
During his appearance, Stephen A. Smith made a top 5 list of rappers that he thinks makes the biggest impact among NBA players in the locker room. This list included JAY Z, Drake, Migos, The Notorious B.I.G., and Tupac Shakur.
When Stephen sat down, Meek mentioned that Lil Wayne should of been on this list before Max Kellerman then said the same. Mill also revealed that Wayne is in his top 3 of all time list. You can check out what went down in the video after the jump below!