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Lil Wayne & Ignored Prayers Drop A Limited Release Of Their “Lil Weezyana” Merchandise

Lil Wayne & Ignored Prayers Drop A Limited Release Of Their Lil Weezyana Merchandise

Outside of the 4th annual “Lil Weezyana Fest” in New Orleans, Louisiana last weekend (August 25th), there was official Lil Wayne merchandise designed by Ignored Prayers that sold out immediately.

After this news and Tunechi loving the merch himself, Ignored Prayers are now doing a limited online release of their “Lil Weezyana” hats and t-shirt, so that us fans who couldn’t make it to this year’s music festival can purchase them.

You can get a better look at the tee and the black and white snapbacks below, as well as see a short clip of Weezy wearing one of the hats during rehearsals. Click here to go to the official Ignored Prayers website to purchase the merch before they sell out again! Will you be copping one of the items?

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Lil Wayne’s Sons Dwayne III, Cameron & Neal Carter Create Their Own “Loyal” Music Video

Lil Wayne Sons Dwayne III, Cameron & Neal Carter Create Their Own Loyal Music Video

It was Siblings Day in the United States of America yesterday (April 10th) and for the annual holiday, Reginae Carter shared a video of her brothers to her social media.

Lil Wayne‘s sons Dwayne III, Cameron and Neal made their own “Loyal” music video by rapping along to their father’s verse and doing some dance moves.

You can check it out after the jump below! Who do you think looks the most like Weezy?

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Lil Skies Pays Tribute To Lil Wayne In His “Welcome To The Rodeo” Music Video

Lil Skies Pays Tribute To Lil Wayne In His Welcome To The Rodeo Music Video

Lil Skies has paid tribute to Lil Wayne with a music video for his “Welcome To The Rodeo” song that was directed by Cole Bennett and produced by Taz Taylor.

The “Welcome To The Rodeo” music video follows Skies walking around very similar to how Weezy did in his “A Milli” video and at the end of it, you can see it say “A tribute to Lil Wayne – A Milli”.

The director of the visual also mentioned in the YouTube comments: “This video is a tribute to Lil Wayne’s ‘A Milli’ video. He’s one of Skies’ and mine’s favorite artist’s growing up. So we had to pay homage to the man himself´╗┐.”

You can watch Lil Skies pay homage to Tunechi after the jump below! Click here to also see Skies call Tune is his “favorite artist of all time” and reveal his father was influenced by him. What are your thoughts on the music video?

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Throwback Thursday: Watch The Full Uncut & Uncensored Lil Wayne Movie By Jordan Tower

Full Uncut & Uncensored Lil Wayne Movie By Jordan Tower

Today for #ThrowbackThursday, you can watch a raw, uncut and uncensored 1 hour and 30 minute movie on Lil Wayne that was recently released in full by Jordan Tower. As well as Weezy, there are appearances in the film by Cortez Bryant, Marley G, Fee Banks, Mr. G, and Nicki Minaj.

During the movie, we can see footage of Weezy doing a couple of interviews talking about how he first met Birdman and Slim to sign with Cash Money records, his discography, recording process, business ventures, what an average day is like for him, working, performing “Hello Brooklyn” live with JAY Z in New York, acting, why he hates NY, if he would ever do a reality TV show, and so much more.

In the film that was shot before Tha Carter III came out, we can also watch behind the scenes footage from Tunechi‘s “Money On My Mind” video shoot in Miami plus Tune recording “Higher Than A Kite” and “Young Money Ballaz” for Nicki’s Sucka Free mixtape. So grab some popcorn, sit back and enjoy all of this classic footage that has been merged together in one for you!

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Watch Boosie Badazz Bumping Old Lil Wayne Music From The ’90s [Videos]

Watch Boosie Badazz Bumping Old Lil Wayne Music From The 90s

Boosie Badazz took to his Instagram page at the end of 2017 to show him bumping old Lil Wayne music from the 1990s.

In the clips, we can see Lil Boosie playing and rapping Hot Boys‘ “Blood Thicker” song off the 1997 album, Get It How U Live!!, Tunechi‘s “Lights Off” song off his 1999 album, Tha Block Is Hot, and Tune‘s verse off Big Tymers’ “Top Of Tha Line Nigga” song off their 1998 album, How You Luv That Volume 2.

You can check out the 3 videos of Boosie bumping old Weezy tracks after the jump below! Do you still play old Wayne music from the ’90s?

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