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Before premiering “I Don’t Even Know You Anymore“, Netsky spoke to Zane Lowe on Beats 1 Apple Music’s radio show all about his new collaboration with Lil Wayne and Bazzi.
The Belgium music producer discussed why he got Tunechi and Bazzi on his new single, revealed it had been in the works for a while, and added that it was a “childhood dream” for both himself and the Michigan singer-songwriter to work with Tune.
You can check out everything that Netsky had to say, including calling Weezy “an icon and legend”, in a video after the jump below!
Drake & Lil Wayne’s “Successful”, “Ignorant Shit”, “Unstoppable Remix” & “Uptown” Are Now Available On All Streaming Platforms
Last night at midnight, Drake released his So Far Gone project to all streaming platforms to celebrate it’s 10-year anniversary on February 13th.
As you should already know, the project includes four dope collaborations with his Young Money boss Lil Wayne – “Successful” (also with Trey Songz), “Ignorant Shit“, “Unstoppable Remix” (also with Santigold aka Santogold), and “Uptown” (also with Bun B).
However, for a currently unknown reason, Tunechi does not appear on the outro of “Congratulations” anymore. Drizzy also praised Tune during his SFG thank you post on Instagram by writing: “a decade ago you took me out of Toronto and gave me the biggest blessing anybody has ever given me”.
You can find the four 6 God and Weezy collabos off So Far Gone on all music streaming services after the jump below! Do you still play these frequently?
It’s that time of the week again! This week’s “Feature Friday” installment is a Juvenile song titled “Flossin’ Season” featuring verses from Birdman, B.G. and Mannie Fresh, as well as a chorus from Lil Wayne.
The Mannie Fresh-produced track appears on Juvie‘s third studio album, 400 Degreez, which was released back in 1998.
“Flossers, let me see you rollin’ your rims, ballers; Helicopters, bikes, and bourbons, it’s on us; C-M-R are millionaires, let ’em know it’s flossin’ season everywhere”
You can listen to “Flossin’ Season” below.
Here is a brand new collaboration from Bazzi and Lil Wayne called “I Don’t Even Know You Anymore“.
The single was produced by Belgian musician Netsky and there is currently no word about which project it will appear on, but I will update this post when more news is available.
You can view the artwork above and stream “I Don’t Even Know You Anymore” after the jump below! Thoughts?
This Saturday (February 16th), Lil Wayne will be hosting a Pre-Roll party at STORY Nightclub in Miami, Florida.
If you wish to attend the Rolling Loud event, click here to purchase your tickets online that vary in price from $30.00 to $5,000.00.
You can check out the official flyer below! Will you be making an appearance at STORY Nightclub to see Tunechi at the weekend?
In an interview with The Players’ Tribune, former American football running back Chris Johnson revealed how he “became real good friends” with Lil Wayne.
Johnson told the story (watch below) of how he was at a Wayne concert with his team mates when he asked a security guard if he could meet Tunechi and to his surprise, he was invited onto Tune‘s tour bus.
As soon as they saw each other, Weezy mentioned to Chris Johnson that he was on his fantasy team before they then exchanged phone numbers. He even referenced Chris on his “Popular” song: “She run through my head; Chris Johnson, I’mma tackle her”.
The former NFL player also added that Mr. Carter has always been his favorite rapper since high school, recalled having arguments in school about who was better out of Lil Wayne and 50 Cent, and recollected the first time he heard Wayne was on Juvenile‘s 400 Degreez album!