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As we are approaching Lil Wayne‘s long-awaited Tha Carter V album, I thought I would make a post of all the music artists, producers and athletes who have been recently teasing the project.
We have already seen Floyd Mayweather and James Harden promote C5, and now Wale, Iamsu!, Odell Beckham Jr., Cool & Dre, Metro Boomin, and Vinylz (produced “Believe Me” with Drake) have all hinted at the album on their social media pages.
You can check out what all of these people have said about Tunechi‘s upcoming Tha Carter V album after the jump below and I will be sure to update this post if anyone else famous promotes the project! When do you think C5 will be dropping? Maybe Tune‘s birthday (September 27th)?
Lil Wayne Speaks On “Tha Carter V”, Nicki Minaj Being The Queen Of Hip-Hop & Which Artists He Is Currently Listening To [Video]
During his photo shoot with Billboard for their Fall 2018 issue, Lil Wayne chopped it up with the magazine for an interview that didn’t appear in his cover story.
In the video, which you can watch below, Tunechi was asked what can he say about his next project that will be Tha Carter V, to which he answered:
“Hopefully it’s amazing to everyone else as amazing it is to me. I put a lot into it, it’s been a long time coming. The fans’ patience is amazing in its own, so just to give them something and hopefully that something is more than they was expecting.”
Weezy also explained why he believes Nicki Minaj is still the Queen of hip-hop and revealed that the music artists he is currently listening to are: “me”, “myself”, and “I”!
On August 31st, Lil Wayne performed live at 2018 Bumbershoot music festival over 2018 Labor Day Weekend in Seattle, Washington at the Seattle Center.
I’ve previously posted up footage of Tunechi headlining the concert by performing his hits live, and now we can see some dope photos from the show.
We first heard a snippet yesterday, and now here is a new Jason Derulo song called “Broke Up” featuring Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.
There is currently no word on what project this HitMaka aka Yung Berg-produced track was recorded for, but I will update this post as soon as the information becomes available.
You can stream “Broke Up” after the jump below! What are your thoughts on the collaboration?
Forbes reveal the top 20 rappers who have appeared on their 2018 Hip-Hop Cash Kings list. Lil Wayne made an appearance on this list at No. 18 by banking around $19 million, which is $3.5 million more than what he made last year.
Tunechi‘s Young Money artist Drake also made the top 20 of this year’s Hip-Hop Cash Kings list by entering at No. 4 with around $47 million. If you are interested, Birdman also made the list at No. 16 with an estimated $20 million.
You can check out the full list below. This year has also been Weezy‘s biggest payday since 2014 and that is thanks to headlining concerts and reaching a multimillion-dollar settlement with Cash Money Records and Universal!