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Lil Wayne Talks About Being A Machine & Living His Dream Every Day At “Funeral” Album Release Party [Video]
Amazon Music have released a new video and interview with Lil Wayne from his Funeral album release party on a private yacht in Miami earlier this year (February 1st).
In the video, Weezy can be seen meeting and greeting everyone including his mother Jacida Carter, ex-fiancée La’Tecia Thomas, Birdman, Dani Leigh, Michael Irvin, Quinnen Williams, Shiggy, Stephen Jackson, YesJulz, and much more.
“I get to live my damn dream every day. That’s just me doing what I want to do, how I want to do it… I didn’t have that freedom for a long time.”
Tune also talks to the camera about being a machine, living his “damn dream every day”, reaching the thirteenth studio album of his career, having more than one type of sound on Funeral, and wanting a whole family to be able to play the project while heading to school!
For this week’s “Feature Friday” installment, I have picked a song from Jim Jones called “Weather Man” featuring Lil Wayne and the late Stack Bundles.
This Harley Is Majik-produced track appears on Jim‘s third studio album, Hustler’s P.O.M.E. (Product Of My Environment), which was released back in 2006.
“That gun got me walking like I got irregular knees; I be all over the bread like sesame seeds”
You can listen to “Weather Man” below.
For #ThrowbackThursday, here is a video of Lil Wayne meeting James “Kraze” Billings in 2005 during his promo run for Tha Carter II in New York City.
Wayne even gave Kraze a freestyle or as he calls it a “paystyle”, which as we know is very rare to see. He also talked about not having Mannie Fresh on his C2 album, looking for artists to sign, and more.
You can check it all out in this TBT clip below, enjoy!
Jack Harlow‘s official “What’s Poppin” remix featuring Lil Wayne, DaBaby and Tory Lanez has debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard “Hot 100” chart.
This now means Weezy has earned his 25th top 10 hit on the “Hot 100” chart since the start of his career and it is a milestone that only him and Drake share when it comes to hip-hop.
Congratulations to Tunechi on this amazing accomplishment! Are you looking forward to the “What’s Poppin” remix music video?
The D.O.C. was a recent guest on the Hip-Hop Uncensored podcast where he chopped it up with hosts SamAnt and O’God.
During his appearance (watch below), The D.O.C. was asked to name his top 6 rappers of all time for his basketball lineup and Lil Wayne was included in this list.
As well as Wayne, the N.W.A affiliate also revealed the other rappers that he would put in his list are: Rakim, Tupac Shakur, Eminem, Slick Rick, and Big Daddy Kane. He then on to say these names are not in order and everyone is No. 1!
Lil Wayne Chats To 50 Cent, Whoopi Goldberg, Naomi Campbell & Dustin Poirier For Episode 10 Of “Young Money Radio” [Videos]
For episode 10 of the “Young Money Radio” show on Apple Music on July 3rd, Lil Wayne chopped it up with 50 Cent, Whoopi Goldberg, Naomi Campbell, and Dustin Poirier.
Tunechi and Fiddy actually had a conversation for a total of 1 hour and 30 minutes before Tune had to end it as they were going to get cut off. They talked about everything from the early Cash Money tour days, Birdman, Eminem, the culture of hip-hop, BBC (and not the TV network in the UK lol), Mike Tyson, The Game, Meek Mill, Pop Smoke, new rappers copying both of their styles, award shows, and much more. 50 also mentioned “they should expect to see us collaborate” at the end, which is good news as the two of them have not yet to release a song together.
Another interesting story from this week’s episode comes from Naomi, who tells Weezy that she watched him talk to Donald Trump for a good 2 hours at Usher’s birthday party inside the Rainbow Room in New York back in 2006… but of course, he didn’t remember this. You can check out all of these convos in the videos below, which also includes Mr. Carter chatting with Whoopi about who her favorite music artist of all time is (Wayne says his is Anita Baker) and with Dustin about wanting his next UFC fight to be against someone big, such as a Conor McGregor or Nate Diaz!