The official music video for Lil Wayne's new song called "Playoff" featuring his Young Money artist Poppy Holden premiered....
A couple of months ago, Lil Wayne debuted a few new face tattoos while attending a Miami nightclub...
A bunch of Lil Wayne snippets have surfaced online that are from the I Am Not A Human Being II and Tha Carter III album sessions...
Lil Wayne takes part in another conversation with American Eagle that was filmed at his private indoor TRUKSTOP skate park...
On December 31st, Lil Wayne celebrated and brought in 2020 with his family at his mansion in Miami, Florida...
The production credits for Lil Wayne‘s brand new album, Funeral, have been revealed.
Some of the producers on Funeral include: Ben Billions, Cool & Dre, Infamous, Jahlil Beats, Mannie Fresh, Mike WiLL Made It, MonstaBeatz, Murda Beatz, STREETRUNNER, and many more.
You can check out the full list of production credits for every song on Wayne‘s Funeral after the jump below!
Lil Wayne To Perform With Chance The Rapper & Damian “Dame D.O.L.L.A.” Lillard During NBA All-Star Game Halftime Show
Tomorrow (February 16th), Lil Wayne will be performing live during the 69th annual NBA All-Star Game halftime show at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois.
As well as Wayne, there is also headlining performances from Chance The Rapper, DJ Khaled, Quavo, and Damian “Dame D.O.L.L.A.” Lillard.
I have chosen a single from Kidd Kidd called “All On Me” featuring a verse from Lil Wayne for this week’s “Feature Friday” edition.
This Deezle-produced song was released back in early 2010 and was recorded for Kidd‘s The Reallionaire album, but was left off for an unknown reason.
“This year and every year, Young Mula in your motherfucking every ear; Fuck a future mama, you are Miss. Tonight; And I’m Mr. Right, now don’t get left”
You can listen to “All On Me” below.
On January 31st, Lil Wayne made another appearance on the live show of “Skip And Shannon: Undisputed” in Miami, Florida to chop it up with Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe and Jenny Taft.
At the start of their conversation, Tune spoke about Funeral, how he wanted to carry on the Rebirth album legacy by dropping this new album, what impact he wants to see from Funeral, having a 24-second tribute for Kobe Bryant on the project, turning in a total of 52 songs for 24 to be picked, and not knowing what “sleep” is.
Throughout the interview, Weezy also discussed the Cowboys, Kobe Bryant‘s death, how he thinks the Los Angeles Lakers will dedicate the rest of the season to Bryant, expecting LeBron James to go even harder, not being offended by Doc Rivers‘ recent quote about the Clippers and Kobe, Packers’ Aaron Rodgers having the best Super Bowl LIV performance since 2006, and more.
You can check out footage of Tunechi arriving to “Undisputed” with his fiancée La’Tecia Thomas and see the full show after the jump below. Skip also gave back Wayne the key to his car that he recently borrowed!
I previously posted plenty of pictures just under 3 weeks ago, and now the latest episode of Elliott Wilson and TIDAL‘s “Car Test” series with Lil Wayne is available on YouTube.
Throughout the episode, which you can check out after the jump below, Wayne can be seen chatting to Elliott while driving around Miami in a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 and listening to his brand new album, Funeral.
In their conversation, Weezy talked about wanting to keep his Rebirth album series going with the “Funeral” title, including songs that he recorded years ago on Funeral, why he still does intros, outros and skits on his projects, and confirmed he is still working on his forthcoming Velvet album.
Tunechi also spoke on learning how to create hooks after Mannie Fresh and Juvenile used to do them for him back in the day, trying to pay attention to new generation rappers, how his collaboration with The-Dream came about on “Sights And Silencers“, and much more!