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Universal & Cash Money Records Release A 23-Track Instrumental Compilation

Universal & Cash Money Records Release A 23-Track Instrumental Compilation

Universal Music Group have teamed up with Cash Money Records to release a 23-song instrumental album on all music streaming services.

The project includes numerous classic beats from songs involving Lil Wayne, such as “Back That Azz Up“, “Go D.J.“, “I Need A Hot Girl“, “Bling Bling“, “Stuntin’ Like My Daddy“, “Tha Block Is Hot“, “Shine“, “Get Off The Corner“, “Shooter“, “Everything“, “Way Of Life“, and many more.

You can stream the full album and view the tracklisting after the jump below. Vinyl copies will be arriving this summer on June 19th! Are you a fan of listening to instrumentals?

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Feature Friday #204: Juvenile – G-Code (Feat Lil Wayne)

Juvenile G-Code Feat Lil Wayne

It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” installment is a track from Juvenile called “G-Code” featuring a verse and hook from Lil Wayne.

This Mannie Fresh-produced song appears on Juvie‘s fourth studio album, Tha G-Code, which was released back in 1999 via Cash Money Records.

“I’m scramblin’ for the money, tape ya up like a mummy; Call ya people and tell ’em I need 50 for this dummy”

You can listen to “G-Code” below.

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Throwback Thursday: MTV Re-Release Their “Cribs” Episode With Lil Wayne & Birdman [Video]

MTV Re-Release Their Cribs Episode With Lil Wayne & Birdman

For #ThrowbackThursday, MTV have re-released their Cribs episode with Lil Wayne and Birdman, which was filmed nearly 20-years-ago, and uploaded it online.

For this episode, the Cash Money Millionaires gave MTV a tour of their 6-bedroom mansion in New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as showed off their 4 car garages and indoor spa facility.

You can check out the full episode below that also includes Wayne revealing what his favorite item out of the fridge is, what goes down in all of his bedrooms, his plum Chrysler PT Cruiser limousine, and more!

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Feature Friday #203: B.G. – From Tha 13th To Tha 17th (Feat Lil Wayne aka Baby D)

BG From Tha 13th To Tha 17th Feat Lil Wayne aka Baby D

For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have picked one of the very first songs Lil Wayne recorded in his music career when he was going by his Baby D stage name on B.G. aka Lil Doogie‘s “From Tha 13th To Tha 17th“.

This Mannie Fresh-produced track appears on the The B.G.z‘s collaboration album, True Story, which was first released back in 1995 before then being re-released in 1999.

“So take my advice and see yo’ way out the Grove; You won’t post on real villans, or you’ll die like a stove”

You can listen to “From Tha 13th To Tha 17th” below. Wayne would have been around 12-years-old when he recorded his verses for this one!

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Birdman Speaks On His Relationships With Lil Wayne, Drake & Young Thug + Says He Is Forever In Business With All Of Them [Video]

Birdman Speaks On His Relationships With Lil Wayne, Drake & Young Thug + Says He Is Forever In Business With All Of Them

Birdman recently sat down with Nadeska Alexis, Wayno and DJ Akademiks for an interview on their “Everyday Struggle” show, which you can watch below.

During their conversation, Baby spoke on his “great relationship” with Lil Wayne and Drake, putting the past behind them, how he is “forever in business with them”, and how he stays relevant in different music eras.

The #1 Stunna also explained why he never reacted to Wayne disrespecting him at shows, learning about streaming before it became a thing, his documentary with Spotify called “New Cash Order“, taking Young Thug under his wing, and much more!

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Kevin Rudolf – Champions (Feat Lil Wayne, Fred Durst & Birdman) [Music Video]

Kevin Rudolf Champions Feat Lil Wayne, Fred Durst & Birdman Music Video

Here is the official music video for Kevin Rudolf‘s “Champions” single featuring his former Cash Money Records label-mates Lil Wayne, Fred Durst and Birdman.

The visual was shot behind a green screen in Miami all the way back on September 19th, 2012 and it includes cameos from Busta Rhymes, Ace Hood, Caskey, and Mystikal.

I’m not sure why it took so long for this video to be released (probably something to do with Cash Money), but if you want to know a fun fact – this collaboration was made the official theme song for WWE’s 2012 Night Of Champions event!

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