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Brisco Talks About His “Great Relationship” With Lil Wayne & Being The One Who Came Up With “Young Money” [Video]

Brisco Talks About His Great Relationship With Lil Wayne & Being The One Who Came Up With Young Money

Brisco sits down with DJ Newkirk and Got The Audacity for an interview with Behind Backstage that you can watch below.

In a clip from the convo, Brisco talked about how he always wanted to be a Hot Boy while growing up and then his dream came true when he signed to Cash Money Records.

The Opa Locka Goon also revealed it was himself who came up with the record label name of “Young Money” for Lil Wayne, as well as discussed his “great relationship” with Wayne!

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2 Chainz Recalls Informing Lil Wayne He Won A Grammy Award In 2017 As He Had No Idea At The Time [Video]

2 Chainz Recalls Informing Lil Wayne He Won A Grammy Award In 2017 As He Had No Idea At The Time

Earlier this year, 2 Chainz was the special guest on episode 122 of Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson‘s “All The Smoke” podcast.

At the 30:00 mark of their interview, Tity Boi explained how Playaz Circle‘s “Duffle Bag Boy” collaboration with Lil Wayne came together, which all started from selling Birdman and Cash Money Records some weed.

During their convo at the 40:00 mark, Chainz talked about receiving his first ever GRAMMY award for Chance The Rapper‘s “No Problem” single featuring himself and Wayne back in 2017. He says it was a blessing, it was himself who got Tunechi on the song, and he was the one who informed Tune they had won a GRAMMY for the collab as he was somewhere skateboarding and had no idea!

Later on in their conversation at 1:06:40, 2 Chainz named his top 5 rappers of all time dead or alive and Weezy was No. 1 in his list. The rest were: Jay Z, Scarface, Andre 3000, and Tupac Shakur plus The Notorios B.I.G. as a whole. You can check out the full video after the jump below!

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James Goldstein Talks Lil Wayne Referencing Him In His “Kobe Bryant” Song [Video]

James Goldstein Talks Lil Wayne Referencing Him In His Kobe Bryant Song

A few months ago, Elie Seckbach from EsNews caught up with James F. Goldstein for a quick interview.

At the start of their conversation, Jimmy was asked how it feels to be referenced by Lil Wayne in his “Kobe Bryant” song:

“2-4 so nice, my flow so mean; Catch me at the game sitting next to Goldstein”

The NBA superfan said “Lil Wayne and I hit it off”. You can check out exactly what Goldstein said in the video after the jump below!

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Actor Naveen Andrews Discusses Amanda Seyfried Dancing To Lil Wayne’s “How To Love” In “The Dropout”

Actor Naveen Andrews Discusses Amanda Seyfried Dancing To Lil Wayne How To Love In The Dropout

Actor Naveen Andrews recently chopped it up with IndieWire for their “My Favorite Moment” series to speak about some of his favorite moments in the American drama “The Dropout“.

In their interview, Naveen talks about the scene in “The Dropout” were Amanda Seyfried‘s character Elizabeth Holmes dances and sings along to Lil Wayne‘s “How To Love” single for his character Sunny Balwani.

You watch this scene in the video below, as well as also read exactly what Andrews said about it and how it nearly played out in a different way. You can find “The Dropout” on Hulu! Do you watch the TV show?

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Robb Bank$ Recalls First Meeting His Idol Lil Wayne [Video]

Robb Banks Recalls First Meeting His Idol Lil Wayne

Robb Bank$ recently sat down for an interview with DROPS MEDIA while backstage of his augmented reality performance for the live music app Encore, which you can watch in the clip below.

During their conversation, Robb discussed what it was like to meet one of his idols Lil Wayne at the Super Bowl LII back in 2018 and how he reacted after it.

“I done met a lot of my idols and them n*ggas f*ck-n*ggas, this straight like that. A lot of these n*ggas, man, you let me down meeting you. You feel me? Not Wayne though. My biggest, my favorite Wayne story that I have, I was in the club. I’m walking through the club in Minnesota actually. On what was it? Like the Super Bowl weekend? Or like All-Star Weekend. You don’t remember when they threw the buckets of ice on 6ix9ine in Minnesota? I performed at that same show. Yeah, that time! Wayne was there. So I’m walking past and then I hear: ‘Yo Rob,’ and I look back and it’s Wayne. When I say I walked through afterward, after he said that, I start pushing n*ggas like: ‘Fuck out my way n*gga, Lil Wayne just said wassup to me. Leave me alone n*gga. Don’t talk to me.’ That’s like my favorite Wayne story.”

The New York City native also recalled another story involving Wayne. This time it was when he was at The Hit Factory Criteria Recording Studios in Miami recording music with Birdman and finding out Weezy really does live inside the studio as his room was next to their room!

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