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The video shoot for this Mustard-produced track, which was released last week on Chainz‘ Rap Or Go To The League album, took place in Los Angeles, California over the weekend.
You can view some more behind the scenes photos from on set of the “2 Dollar Bill” video shoot below, courtesy of Joe Moore! Are you looking forward to seeing the visual?
2 Chainz, Lil Wayne and E-40 all shot a music video for their “2 Dollar Bill” collaboration in Los Angeles, California yesterday.
If you have not yet heard the Mustard-produced song, which appears on Tity Boi‘s Rap Or Go To The League album, click here to do so.
While backstage at the “2 Dollar Bill” video shoot, Chainz and E-40 were also spotted making a toast with Wayne‘s “Took His Time” and “Open Safe” tracks off Tha Carter V playing in the background!
I have chosen the remix for Lloyd‘s “Get It Shawty” single featuring verses from Lil Wayne, Big Boi and Chamillionaire for this week’s “Feature Friday” installment.
The original version of this James “J. Lack” Lackey-produced song appears on Lloyd‘s Street Love album, which was released back in 2007.
“Car black, car big, car fast, Car-ter; Can I stick my pencil in your sharpener? Beat it up like it’s a drum, call me Travis Barker”
You can listen to “Get It Shawty” remix below. Click here to read the lyrics for the track!
A couple of days ago, The-Dream took to his Instagram page to promote and remind everyone about his Sextape Volume 1, 2 and 3 projects.
In the comments section on the post, the record producer/songwriter/singer replied to a fan who asked him to release the next trilogy by saying: “wait till you here this Wayne Verse” along with a fire emoji.
There is no word on when The-Dream will release Volume 4, 5 and 6 of his Sextape series, but it looks like when he does, there will be a feature from Lil Wayne. The two of them last worked together on Ty Dolla $ign’s “Love U Better” single. Are you looking forward to hearing their upcoming collaboration?!
The visual was shot inside the Little Havana neighborhood in Miami, Florida and it is being directed by Mike Ho.
You can view some more behind the scenes photos and footage from on set of the “YUSO” video shoot after the jump below!
2 Chainz Talks “Tha Carter V”, “ColleGrove” & Says Lil Wayne Never Charged For His Feature On “Duffle Bag Boy” [Video]
2 Chainz was a special guest on the latest episode of the Rap Radar Podcast with TIDAL.
During their conversation, Chainz spoke on shooting the “Duffle Bag Boy” music video with Lil Wayne in Atlanta and Wayne not charging for the feature.
Tity Boi also revealed how he felt to finally see Tunechi release his Tha Carter V album and mentioned he gave Tune a 60/40 cut that he received for their ColleGrove joint album as he didn’t want to do 50/50!