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Preme, formerly known as P. Reign, recently chopped it up with Billboard for an interview and during their conversation, they spoke a little bit on Lil Wayne.
The OVO affiliate revealed how his and Weezy‘s “Hot Boy” collaboration came about, how PARTYNEXTDOOR was going to be on the song at first, taking a year and a half to get Wayne to do spit a verse on it, being in awe of shooting a music video with him, and more.
You can read exactly what Preme said about Tunechi after the jump below. He even called Tune a “legend” and a “G.O.A.T.”!
Lil Wayne headlined the 144th annual Kentucky Derby concert at the Broadbent Arena in Louisville, Kentucky earlier this month on May 3rd.
You can check out a recap of the show that included live performances from Weezy, 2 Chainz, K. Michelle, and DJ Envy after the jump below, courtesy of Justin Renck!
Did you attend this year’s Derby Center Soundstage event to see Tunechi perform live?
In this post, you can check out some more footage of Lil Wayne chilling at LIV nightclub in Miami, Florida on May 13th after not turning up at 2018 Rolling Loud.
Tunechi‘s Young Money artist Nicki Minaj was also in attendance at LIV in Miami on the evening and got on the mic to tell Tune she loves him!
I previously posted up footage of Lil Wayne threatening to shoot the whole crowd up after someone threw a water bottle at him, and now we can see some footage from Wayne‘s live performance in Western Sydney.
You can watch the intro and outro of Weezy‘s set in Sydney below that also includes him performing “Mr. Carter“, “Lollipop“, and “No Worries” live!
A lot of people thought Tunechi didn’t want to turn up to the show as there was bad weather and he attended LIV on that same evening, but organizers for Rolling Loud have confirmed the reason that Tune didn’t show up was because he “fell unexpectedly ill”.
You can read the full statement and also see what Weezy had to say about not taking the stage on Sunday after the jump below!