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Feature Friday #224: Strings – Hey Ya (Feat Lil Wayne, Juvenile, Turk & Big Tymers)

Strings Hey Ya Feat Lil Wayne, Juvenile, Turk & Big Tymers

It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” edition is a song from Strings aka Tateeze called “Hey Ya” featuring verses from Lil Wayne, Juvenile and Turk, as well as an intro plus outro from Birdman and Mannie Fresh.

The Steve “Stone” Huff-produced track was recorded for the female rapper’s The Black Widow album, which ended up staying unreleased, due to problems with the record label.

“Let’s get the choppers, we gettin’ ready to blow out the town; Keep everything on the hush and dig the dope from the ground; We show up around things, so we snow up the town”

You can listen to “Hey Ya” below.

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks Wanting To Speak To The U.S. President About Adding 2 More Hours In A Day [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks Wanting To Speak To The US President About Adding 2 More Hours To The Day

For #ThrowbackThursday today, we can watch part 1 of Fuse TV On Demand‘s “Beyond The Music: Lil Wayne” special, which shows behind the scenes of what a day in the life of a 24-year-old Lil Wayne is like.

“I hustle 25/8. Whoever told you there was 24 hours in a day lied to you, whoever told you there was 7 days in the week lied to you; You need to smack ’em in their face when you see ’em.”

In his interview, Wayne speaks on being 13-years deep in the rap game, only ever asking Bun B, Mack 10 and Birdman for advice, being the president of Cash Money Records, his artist Curren$y, going to the University Of Houston to study Psychology, wanting to speak to George W. Bush about adding 2 more hours to the day, and more!

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Feature Friday #223: Birdman – Get It All Together (Feat Lil Wayne)

Birdman Get It All Together Feat Lil Wayne

For this week’s “Feature Friday” installment, I have picked a song from Birdman called “Get It All Together” featuring 2 verses from Lil Wayne.

This Deezle-produced track appears on Baby‘s second studio album, Fast Money, which was released back in 2005.

“The fed’s walkin’, so I’m talking with slur’s; And we never sell a bird to a mockingbird; We find out where you stay and we mark your turf; Lace ya house with a bomb, make you walk in first”

You can watch a music video for half of “Get It All Together” and listen to the full record below.

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Cash Money Records To Release 20th Anniversary Edition Of “Baller Blockin” Soundtrack & Movie

Cash Money Records To Release 20th Anniversary Edition Of Baller Blockin Soundtrack & Movie

Cash Money Records will be re-releasing their “Baller Blockin’” official soundtrack and movie on the 20th anniversary – November 20th, 2020.

The special 20th anniversary edition of “Baller Blockin’” will include the soundtrack as a physical CD and as a vinyl. On the anniversary, the film will also be made available digitally for the first time ever.

Lil Wayne is featured on the soundtrack a total of 3 times – “Project B!#$H“, “Calling Me Killer” and “I Don’t Know“, and also stars in the action-comedy/drama along with Juvenile, B.G., Turk, Birdman, Slim, Mannie Fresh, A.J. Johnson, and T.K. Kirkland.

Click here to pre-order the 20th anniversary edition of the “Baller Blockin’” album, vinyl and movie for $179.98. If you have not yet watched the film that was set in the New Orleans 3rd Ward (mostly around the Magnolia Projects) or want to know more information about it, you can do so here!

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Big Tymers – Gangsta Party (Feat Lil Wayne, Benzino, TQ, Boo & Gotti) [Unreleased]

Big Tymers Gangsta Party Feat Lil Wayne, Benzino, TQ, Boo & Gotti

An unreleased Lil Wayne feature called “Gangsta Party” from 2003 has recently surfaced online, courtesy of the bro Neomerge.

The song belongs to the Big Tymers and it also features Benzino, TQ, and Boo & Gotti. Click here to read a bit of background of how the track was found.

You can stream “Gangsta Party” that was produced by Mannie Fresh after the jump below! What are your thoughts on it?

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