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Lil Wayne Performs Live At House Of Blues In Chicago, Brings Out Chance The Rapper, Thanks JAY Z & Swizz Beatz [Video]
On December 23rd, 2018, Lil Wayne put on a live concert at the House Of Blues in Chicago, Illinois for a stop on his and TIDAL’s mini “I Ain’t Shit Without You” fan appreciation tour.
For his set list, Wayne performed “Mr. Carter“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “John“, “Got Money“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Ride For My Niggas (Sky Is The Limit)“, “Go DJ“, “Lollipop“, “Mrs. Officer“, “What About Me“, “Duffle Bag Boy“, “HYFR“, “Pistol On My Side“, “Pop That“, “The Motto“, “Rich As Fuck“, “I’m Me“, “Drop The World“, “Don’t Cry“, “Can’t Be Broken“, “Let It All Work Out“, “Dedicate“, “Let It Fly“, “Open Safe“, “Mona Lisa“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “A Milli“, and “Uproar” live.
Tunechi also brought out Chance The Rapper, who called him the “greatest rapper” and “living legend”, to perform “No Problem” live together. Before performing “Uproar“, Tune thanked JAY Z for helping him with his taxes and Swizz Beatz for sending him beats non-stop while he was down. He also spotted a woman in the crowd that looked like Khaleesi (Emilia Clarke) off Game Of Thrones.
You can check out some footage of all of this going down in the video after the jump below, courtesy of the bro Dan Kritchevsky. For everyone who attended the show, they received a poster and a custom lanyard that included details of the “I Ain’t Shit Without You” tour stop they were at including the three important things that Weezy says!
Here is the official music video for Lil Wayne‘s “Don’t Cry” song featuring XXXTentacion.
The visual, which includes old footage of the late South Florida rapper, was directed by Jay and Georgio Rodriguez.
You can find the track on Wayne‘s latest album, Tha Carter V, available in stores and on all streaming platforms now.
Click here to view some behind the scenes photos from on set of the “Don’t Cry” video shoot in Miami 2 months ago!
Last month, Kobe Bryant made an appearance on Barstool’s “The Corp” podcast to chop it up with Alex “A-Rod” Rodriguez and Dan “Big Cat” Katz.
During their conversation, the former professional basketball player was asked how often does he listen to the “Kobe Bryant” song that Lil Wayne created for him back in 2009.
While answering the question, Kobe also revealed how the Weezy track came together after the 2009 Western Conference Finals where Bryant‘s Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Denver Nuggets in six games:
“It was after the Denver series, [Wayne] called me. He was like: ‘Man, that performance just motivated the hell out of me.’ I think it was like game six. He was like: ‘I’mma do a song. Is it okay, can I do a song?’ I was like: ‘alright, cool.’ Man I just thought he was just BS-ing or whatever. Before the Celtics series he sends me the song and I was like: ‘Oh, you were serious.’ Okay, that’s awesome.”
You can watch the former Lakers NBA athlete explain the story of Tunechi‘s “Kobe Bryant” record during the podcast from the 41:45 mark in the video after the jump below! Do you still listen to this tribute song from Tune?
Poppy Holden Talks First Meeting Lil Wayne, What He Learned From Him & What Changed In His Life After Signing To Young Money
One-half of Vice Versa, who are Young Money’s latest duo, Poppy Holden sat down for an interview with Nolazine TV earlier this month.
During their conversation, Poppy spoke on how he first met Lil Wayne, being cousins with Reginae Carter, how he got signed to Young Mula, what changed in his life after signing to YME, and what he learned from his “idol” Wayne, who he even mentioned was his biggest inspiration.
Poppy Holden also revealed what he got up to in his life before music, he is currently working on a solo project, who influenced him growing up, and more. You can watch the full interview in a video after the jump below!
Key Glock Jams Out & Raps Along To “Ride For My Niggas”, Calls Lil Wayne His “Favorite Rapper” [Video]
Key Glock recently took to social media to film himself listening to Lil Wayne‘s “Ride For My Niggas” aka “Sky Is The Limit” song off Da Drought 3.
While rapping along to the classic freestyle, which you can check out below, the Memphis rapper also called Weezy his “favorite rapper”.
Would you like to see a collaboration from the Glock and Tunechi in the future?
Mixed Martial Artist Daniel Cormier Talks Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album, Reveals His Favorite Songs [Video]
A couple of months ago before UFC 230, Robbie Fox from Barstool Sports sat down with American mixed martial artist Daniel Cormier for a one on one interview.
If you didn’t already know, every time Cormier walks to the UFC ring for a fight, he comes out to Lil Wayne‘s “Right Above It” single featuring Drake off his I Am Not A Human Being album.
While talking about this in their conversation around the 7:15 mark, the former Olympic wrestler was also asked what his thoughts are on Weezy‘s new album Tha Carter V to which he answered “it was real good” and “worth the wait”.
Daniel went on to reveal that his favorite songs off C5 are “Mona Lisa“, “Dark Side Of The Moon“, “Dedicate“, “Uproar“, and even the “I Love You Dwayne” intro from Tunechi‘s mother Cita. You can check out their interview in the video after the jump below!