Lil Wayne recently chopped it up with Variety to talk all about his "Young Money Radio" show, the aim for it, and much more...
We previously received the first 1-minute, and now Lil Wayne has dropped the official music video for his "Glory" single...
Surprise! For the 5-year anniversary, Lil Wayne has re-released his Free Weezy Album with a few changes on all music streaming services...
What a performance this was! On June 28th, Lil Wayne paid tribute to Kobe Bryant with a live performance at the 2020 BET Awards...
After first leaking online, August Alsina has now officially released "Resent" featuring dope verses from Lil Wayne and Juicy J...
DJ Khaled, Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, Quavo & Chance The Rapper’s “I’m The One” Goes Octuple Platinum
Just over a year after going septuple Platinum, DJ Khaled‘s “I’m The One” collaboration with Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, Quavo, and Chance The Rapper was certified octuple Platinum earlier this week.
According to Chart Data, the Nic Nac-produced single that appears on Khaled‘s tenth studio album, Grateful, has surpassed 8,000,000 in sales and streams since it was first released back on April 28th, 2017.
Congratulations to everyone involved in “I’m The One” on this amazing accomplishment! Do you still play the song and how long do you think it will be before it goes Diamond (10 million)?
Ike Taylor Says He Had Lil Wayne Music Permanently Playing In His Helmet During Games For The Steelers [Video]
Ivan “Ike” Taylor was a guest on The Pat McAfee Show a few weeks ago and he revealed something amazing during their FaceTime conversation.
The former American football cornerback for the Pittsburgh Steelers explained that he had an iPod Nano hooked up in his shoulder pads that linked to his helmet via Bluetooth, so he could listen to music throughout the games.
When asked what music he was listening to, Ike said “it was Lil Wayne all day” including the Sqad Up songs. He also mentioned that this was “so illegal” and he had a 500-song playlist of Wayne. Check it all out below!
The latest episode of Ben Barzilai‘s “The Skip Button” podcast, which is all about the music we love to hate, features Lil Wayne‘s Rebirth album.
During the episode, Ben chopped it up with Eddie Montilla (who worked on the songs “Da Da Da“, “Paradice“, “On Fire” and “I’ll Die For You“) about what it was like to work on Rebirth, if he was disappointed with the reviews and sales, and more.
Around the 28:00 mark of the podcast, which you can listen to below, new mother Shanell called in to share what it was like behind the scenes making Rebirth as she worked heavily on the project and share a story of what happened at the end of Weezy and Birdman‘s “Leather So Soft” music video.
SnL also spoke on the Bad Ass Grasshoppers group, hearing the Rebirth influence in these new rappers like Young Thug and Lil Uzi Vert etc, Tunechi not knowing who metal band Korn were before they appeared in his “Prom Queen” video, all of Tune‘s court cases and going to jail was a big part in him putting the guitar down and stepping away from it, and much more!
On August 5th, Lil Wayne made an appearance during the Los Angeles Lakers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder basketball game virtually.
Tunechi was one of the celebrities who appeared on the big board at the STAPLES Center in L.A. as a virtual courtside fan.
You can check out some footage of Weezy at the Lakers vs. Thunder game were he even gives a virtual high-five to another fan below!
Sarcastic Sounds, a 20-year-old producer from Toronto, recently chopped it up with DJ Booth for an interview.
During their conversation (read below), Sarcastic Sounds recalled how the very first rap song he heard was Lil Wayne‘s “Got Money” single featuring T-Pain.
The producer also discussed how he was approached to create Wayne‘s “Mahogany” beat on the Funeral album that involved some help from Mannie Fresh, as well as how he reacted to hearing it for the first time when it leaked on YouTube!