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According to Hits Daily Double, Lil Wayne is the 39th most-streamed music artist half way through 2021 with nearly one billion streams.
The music industry website recently revealed their mid-year Artist Streams chart (see it below), which shows who top 50 most-streamed artists are.
Appearing at #39 with a total of 988,620,000 streams, these are impressive numbers for Wayne considering he hasn’t released any new albums on streaming platforms so far this year!
Bijan Amir recently chopped it up with Battle Of The Beat Makers TV for a virtual interview, which you can watch below.
Around the 2:10 mark of their conversation, Amir spoke on producing Lil Wayne‘s “Bing James” song featuring Jay Rock off the Funeral album by saying he hates it and thought the instrumental was trash.
The multi-Platinum selling producer from Toronto went on to say that he made the “Bing James” beat very quickly and didn’t even fully finish it before Wayne wanted to purchase it from him. He also added that Weezy was the music artist who made him want to get into producing!
Last week, Lil Wayne put on a surprise live performance for Trent Williams‘ birthday inside a Houston, Texas venue.
The two of them were joined in V.I.P. by NBA player James Harden and Trent‘s San Francisco 49ers teammate Deebo Samuel.
For this week’s “Feature Friday” installment, I have picked a song from Rob Brent, who is a member of Chicago R&B group One Chance, called “Let’s Go (This Is All I Need)” featuring Lil Wayne and Young Money singer Shanell.
There aren’t too many more details about this track or a reason as to why it was not released officially, but a few of you will recognize it from Wayne‘s verse leaking back in 2010 under the title of “Cascades“.
“I’m a nasty guy, don’t ask me why; Just ask me how, and I’ll show you proud; Her head is gone, she’s in the clouds; And when she rains, man she pours down; And I be the fella, without an umbrella; Ma, you finer than a wine cellar”
You can listen to “Let’s Go” below.
Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Appears On BET’s “Rap City”, Reveals His Final Goal With Rapping [Video]
For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare video of Lil Wayne appearing on BET’s “Rap City” TV show that first aired back in April, 2000.
The clip, which you can watch below, shows what the Cash Money Millionaires got up to on days off from their “Cash Money Records/Ruff Ryders” tour.
While playing Big Tigger at a game of pool, Wayne talks about his “Respect Us” single featuring Juvenile off Tha Block Is Hot and what his final goal with rapping is!