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Master P recently sat down with Nick Cannon for a one on one interview on his Power 106 radio station show.
Towards the end of their conversation at the 17:00 mark, P shared his top 5 best rappers ever in the music game and in the list, he named Lil Wayne.
“That might piss a bunch of people off… I got to be able to give credit to the people from where I come from that really went hard.”
You can watch exactly what the No Limit Records founder said in a video after the jump below, including who else made his top 5 MCs of all time list!
Duke Riley Speaks On Friendship With Lil Wayne, Signing To Young Money Sports, Wayne’s Fashion Sense & More [Video]
Duke Riley, who has a portrait of Lil Wayne tattooed on his leg, recently sat down with Molly Sullivan for a one on one interview, which you can watch below.
The Philadelphia Eagles linebacker also revealed why he stuck with Tunechi‘s sports agency after having meeting with other agency’s, as well as shared his thoughts on Tune‘s fashion sense!
Euro recently sat down with HNHH to appear on their “Between The Lines” series, which you can watch below.
During his sit-down interview, Euro broke down his “Talk 2 Me Crazy” collaboration with Lil Wayne that was produced by Ozhora Miyagi.
“I probably did that song in like twenty minutes – twenty-five minutes. As soon as I heard it, we went straight to the studio and we just locked that down right away. I actually wrote two verses for it. As soon as I heard it, as soon as I thought of the hook, I was like: ‘man, I know Wayne would go crazy on this.'”
The Young Money artist then revealed Wayne was not fully sure if his verse on the Don’t Expect Nothing cut was dope or not:
“Wayne does this thing, I don’t know if he’s joking or not but he’ll just ask you: ‘Yo, you think my verse is straight?’ Like, I don’t know if he’s joking or not cause he’ll kill it and then he’ll still ask like: ‘You think this verse is cool?’ I’m like, man, chill out. That verse was crazy. Every time I hear a Wayne verse on any of my songs, it’s still a surreal moment.”
Wolverhampton producer S-X sat down with John “TipsmanPR” Paul a couple of months ago for a one on one interview for the Beatsabar Show, which you can watch below.
During the conversation, S-X revealed that he knew he had officially made it in the music industry when he was in the studio with both Lil Wayne and Future in the United States of America at just 19-years-old.
However, the producer then revealed he can’t talk too much about what they recorded, due to a legal situation. If you didn’t already know, S-X produced the beat for Wayne‘s “Tina Turn Up Needs A Tune Up” song featuring Lil Twist and Euro!
It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” installment is a track from former Cash Money Records group Official aka Unplugged called “I Don’t Know” featuring Lil Wayne.
This Stormy Day-produced song appears on the official soundtrack for the Baller Blockin movie, which was released back in 2000.
“Make a trick holler: ‘Lil Wayne!’, damn she loud; Now it’s all over cause I’m finished with mine; Would tell her I’ll call her tomorrow, but then I’d be lying; But that’s all in pimpin’ baby, and pimpin is me; Hot Boy Weezy-Wee, what?”
You can listen to “I Don’t Know” below.