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J. Cole, Big Sean, Tyga, Cuban Doll, Boi-1da, AJ Tracey & More Share Their Favorite Lil Wayne Songs To Drake
A lot of celebrities got involved with the question, which included J. Cole saying “Mama Gave Me“, Tyga picking “Birds Flyin’ High“, Big Sean choosing “SportsCenter“, Cuban Doll selecting “Prostitute“, Boi-1da saying “Cannon“, and AJ Tracey picking “Hit ‘Em Up“.
Some more names you will recognize from the music industry include Tay Keith choosing “Let The Beat Build“, Honorable C.N.O.T.E. selecting “Hustler Musik“, Preme saying “Tha Mobb” and “Money On My Mind“, Euro picking “When They Come For Me“, Jae Millz choosing “I’m Me“, “30 Minutes To New Orleans“, “BM J.R.” and “Told Y’all“, and Taco selecting “D’usse“, “Money On My Mind“, “Throw It In The Bag (Freestyle)“, “Georgia… Bush & Weezy’s Ambitionz“, “My Daddy“, “Leather So Soft” and “Way Of Life“.
You can check out Drizzy‘s Instagram post after the jump below to have a read of the 100+ comments from many more famous people revealing their favorite Tune track. Be sure to also leave a comment below with what your own favorite song from Weezy is!
Lil Wayne Confirms Lil Baby Is A Feature On His “Funeral” Album & He Recorded An “Old Town Road” Remix
While promoting his new collection with clothing brand American Eagle on the rooftop of New Design High School in New York City on Monday (July 15th), Lil Wayne chopped it up with XXL for an interview.
During their conversation, which you can read below, Weezy spoke about his Young Money fashion collaboration with AE, working on new music in the studio with Lil Baby and Big Sean for his Funeral album, recording a song called “I Do It” with Lil Baby as a swap for swap verse, and what he likes about Lil Baby as a rapper.
Tunechi also talked about which producers he has worked with on Funeral, what he is doing different with this new album than on Tha Carter V, his upcoming “Old Town Road” remix with Lil Nas X, what advice he would give to Nas X, which female rappers are on his radar right now, his plans for Young Money, Nicki Minaj, his youngest son Neal aka Meatball being interested in music and sending him his own bars, and more!
We first got word of this collaboration last month and saw a preview of the collection earlier this month, and now more details about Lil Wayne‘s upcoming “Young Money” fashion line with clothing brand American Eagle have been announced.
For the back-to-school season, AE and Weezy will be releasing an exclusive 25-piece tie-dye and color-blocked collection of t-shirts, hoodies, shorts, jeans, socks, boxers, hats, chains, skate decks, and more. The price of these products will range from $8.00 to $100.00.
The collection will debut and drop next month on August 10th with American Eagle revealing the full line on July 30th. You will be able to find the items in all AE stores, as well as on their official online website. In a statement to WWD, Tune had the following to say about his latest clothing line:
“I know my fans wear and love the brand, so we came together to co-create a collection that blends my personality with American Eagle’s iconic style. We designed the AE x Young Money collection with purpose and pride. Whether it’s my music or my style, I have always used both as an outlet for creativity and to live my truth – without apologies. American Eagle gets it. The brand celebrates individuality and to me that’s something I want to be a part of.”
You can check out a commercial for Tunechi and American Eagle‘s new fashion collaboration after the jump below!
Good news! Lil Wayne‘s classic mixtape, No Ceilings, will finally be coming to music streaming services, such as Spotify and Apple Music, this year.
According to someone who works closely with Cortez Bryant and Wayne‘s ex-road manager, Jamil Davis revealed on social media that “Tez has assured me that it’s going to happen this year” when talking about No Ceilings dropping on streaming platforms.
“Cortez Bryant heard the fans y’all. The greatest mixtape of all time is coming to streaming services! I can’t say the date but Tez has assured me that it’s going to happen this year! IT ONLY MAKES SENSE!”
As this Halloween (October 31st) marks the 10-year anniversary of No Ceilings, you would guess that this is when Tune‘s team plan to release it on streaming services, which is also similar to what Drake did with his So Far Gone mixtape on its 10-year anniversary.
Are you looking forward to officially being able to stream Tune‘s No Ceilings tape? Could the Free Weezy Album be next?!
Pierce Simpson from Complex sat down with Lil Wayne for a one on one interview to promote his new Young Money clothing line with American Eagle, which Cortez Bryant first told us about last month before we then saw a preview of the collection earlier this month.
During their conversation, which you can watch below, Wayne also spoke on what his favorite piece from his new fashion line is, being shocked that American Eagle wanted to work with him, new generation rappers, TRUKFIT, how the last 18 months of his life have been, his upcoming Funeral album, and more.
While discussing Funeral, Tunechi says Tez Poe has a release date for the project, but he doesn’t want to announce it as of right now and so it’s “coming soon”. Tune even explained that he never records music for a specific album; he just records a bunch of songs and lets Tez pick which ones will appear on the certain project. It is very “rare” Weezy is in the “I’m about to go record this album” mode as it has only ever happened once, which was when he was locked up in jail!