The official music video for Lil Wayne's new song called "Playoff" featuring his Young Money artist Poppy Holden premiered....
A couple of months ago, Lil Wayne debuted a few new face tattoos while attending a Miami nightclub...
A bunch of Lil Wayne snippets have surfaced online that are from the I Am Not A Human Being II and Tha Carter III album sessions...
Lil Wayne takes part in another conversation with American Eagle that was filmed at his private indoor TRUKSTOP skate park...
On December 31st, Lil Wayne celebrated and brought in 2020 with his family at his mansion in Miami, Florida...
2 years after we heard a snippet, the full version of Lil Wayne‘s “Ammo” song has surfaced online.
There aren’t any other details about this Wayne track, but once there is, I will update this post.
“Let me stick my 9 in your hole” 😂
You can listen to “Ammo” after the jump below! Are you a fan of this one?
Mack Maine Explains Why Young Thug & DaBaby’s Features Did Not Make “Funeral” + Reveals Lil Wayne Has Shot A Music Video For “Mama Mia”
During their interview, Mack confirmed that Weezy was more involved with this project, they have already shot a music video for “Mama Mia” that is being directed by Mike Ho, there was a feature from DaBaby that didn’t make Funeral because of a clearance issue, and there was even a collaboration with Young Thug that was left off the album because Thug wanted to record fresh vocals.
The Young Money President also revealed why Funeral was a few hours late with its release, how he picked the tracklist for the project, how their relationship with XXXTentacion‘s family developed, why Tunechi first thought 21 Savage was a group, his vision for YM this decade, who is currently on the record label, Nicki Minaj‘s upcoming album, and much more!
For this week’s “Feature Friday” installment, I have picked a song from Boyz N Da Hood titled “Mask On” featuring a dope verse from Lil Wayne.
This track first appeared on DJ Teknikz‘s No Bitch Ass Ness mixtape, which was released back in 2008.
“On the real, bullet to the back of ya head like a ponytail; Goin’ to hell, most men are phony girls; That’s why that ponytail fit ’em well, swell”
You can listen to “Mask On” below.
Now that we are in a new decade, an amazing accomplishment for Lil Wayne has been revealed that involves the previous decade.
Between 2010 to 2020, Tunechi had the biggest hip-hop debut with pure sales inside the United States of America alone, so a big congratulations is in order for him!
By selling 964,000 copies in the very first week, Weezy has topped the list with his Tha Carter IV album beating out other albums, such as Views, Recovery, Nothing Was The Same, Take Care, Magna Carta Holy Grail, MBDTF, Watch The Throne, Pink Friday, and many more.
We first heard a snippet in the summer of 2018, and now the full version of Lil Wayne‘s “We Livin’ Like That” song has surfaced online.
There are not too many details about this track, but it was rumored to be recorded for Wayne‘s Tha Carter V album back in 2017.
You can listen to the full version of “We Livin’ Like That” after the jump below! Are you a fan of this record?