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Mike Will Made-It Reveals Lil Wayne Has The Intro On “Creed II” Soundtrack, Previews The Song [Video]
Last night, Mike WiLL Made-It hosted an album listening party for the Creed II soundtrack at Gallery 874 in Atlanta, Georgia.
During the listening session at the art gallery, the producer revealed Lil Wayne has the intro song on the upcoming film soundtrack.
Even though we can only hear the beat, Mike WiLL played a preview of the track and also announced what the record is called, but I couldn’t make out what he said.
The Creed II movie soundtrack is due to be released later this month! Could you make out what the producer said the song is titled and can you see Wayne killing the beat below?
Diplo has teased a snippet of an upcoming collaboration he has with Lil Wayne on social media, which will also feature Labrinth and Sia.
Listening to the beat, it sounds like it will be a remix of LSD‘s “Genius” single that was released earlier this year.
LSD are a group consisting of British singer Labrinth, Australian singer Sia and American music producer Diplo.
You can listen to a snippet of Wayne‘s vocals after the jump below! Are you looking forward to hearing the full song?
Reginae Carter recently chopped it up with Page Six about the greatest gift her father Lil Wayne has ever given her, having to cancel friends while growing up, and her acting career.
During their interview, Nae Nae said her pops putting “Famous” on his Tha Carter V album made her “whole entire life”, as well as also mentioned that her and Wayne can be the new Nat King Cole as he also did music with his daughter.
You can check out everything what Reginae had to say after the jump below, as well as also watch a video of the Page Six hosts talking about their conversation!
According to The Blast, Lil Wayne and his music company Aspire Music Group filed documents at the end of October to the court requesting them to dismiss Cash Money Records‘ countersuit.
Aspire, which was co-founded by Tunechi and his former manager Cortez Bryant, have told the court that Cash Money only filed this lawsuit after Tune won his lawsuit against Birdman earlier this year even though the alleged fraud took place years ago. They even pointed out that the accusations from CM don’t make any sense as Wayne would have to participate in more acts that would end up harming him financially.
This lawsuit all began last year when Aspire Music Group sued Cash Money and Universal for not paying them their earnings owed from Drake‘s royalties. CM then counter-sued AMG and accused Weezy and Tez of creating this record label as a way to get richer by receiving a bigger share of Drizzy‘s royalties, as well as claimed the company has never conducted in any business other than helping the Canadian rapper get signed!
Iman Shumpert recently appeared on BET’s “Rate The Bars: NBA Edition” series to rate lyrics from artists such as Drake, Lil Uzi Vert, Machine Gun Kelly, Nicki Minaj, Lloyd Banks, Kobe Bryant, Lil B, and Lou Williams.
During the clip, which you can check out below, Iman rated the following lyrics from Lil Wayne‘s “Off, Off Off” song 5 out of 5 before then calling his beat selection and delivery “so crazy”:
“Tatted up like J.R Smith; What was that sound? That was swish; Shout out to Shumpert and Tris’; They got the rebounds and defense”
The professional basketball player for the Sacramento Kings also added that Tunechi is a good guy and a lot of music artists try and make that “soundtrack to a game” vibe, but Tune is one of the artists who is really great at it!
Young Money duo Vice Versa will be releasing their new project tomorrow (November 7th) called Backwoods & Big Shots that is being hosted by DJ $keme.
Some of the features for the mixtape have been confirmed and one is their boss Lil Wayne. The other confirmed features so far are fellow New Orleans natives Jay Jones, Lil Soulja Slim, T.Y., and Young Juve.
You can see proof that Weezy will be featured on Poppy Holden and Yaj‘s upcoming Backwoods & Big Shots tape after the jump below! They last worked together on “Drowning” off D6: Reloaded, are you looking forward to their new song?