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For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have picked the official remix of Hot Dollar‘s “Switch Ya Swag Up” featuring a verse from Lil Wayne.
The original version of this song appears on Dollar‘s The Crackhead Mixtape Volume 2 project, which was released back in 2008.
“I’m Mr. Potato Head to you small fries; Yeah, you can check my archives; And they nicknamed my swagger ‘Sharp Knives’; First name My Thoughts Wise; Last name Carter, to rappers I’m Jaws 5; Last name Carter, to rappers I’m Saw 5”
You can listen to the “Switch Ya Swag Up” remix below.
After first hearing about this back in August, here is a brand new XXXTentacion and Lil Wayne collaboration.
The 1-minute-30-seconds song, which is called “School Shooters“, appears on X‘s second posthumous album, Bad Vibes Forever, which will be out on streaming platforms tonight at midnight.
You can stream “School Shooters” after the jump below! What are your thoughts on the track?
Lil Twist Reveals Why Lil Wayne Stopped The Release Of His Debut Album & Recalls The Early Days Of Young Money [Video]
Lil Twist recently sat down with Real Lyfe Starz for a one on one 40-minute interview that you can check out below.
During their conversation, Twizzy recalled the early days of his career, how he got signed to Young Money, Gudda Gudda giving his artist Fooly Faime a bit of Molly (Ecstasy) before an awards show, and shared a story involving Drake and Degrassi headshots on set of Lil Wayne‘s “A Milli” video shoot.
The Young Money artist also talked about why Wayne stopped his debut album Don’t Get It Twisted from ever being released, how he became a part of the “Growing Up Hip Hop” cast, wanting to get Nicki Minaj on his upcoming Young Carter 2 project, having a Weezy feature on it, and much more!
It looks like Lil Wayne is about to get into the weed business after he has announced a joint partnership with GKUA Ultra Premium.
Wayne will be releasing a line of high-potency cannabis products aimed to give customers the best high of their lives. You can check out a trailer below.
“I used to just want to get high, now I smoke to get inspired. With GKUA, I’m sharing a feeling that I love.”
This product is now available at select Los Angeles dispensaries and it will have a larger release in 2020! Will you be giving it a try?
Lil Wayne Performs Live At The Diriyah Music Festival In Saudi Arabia, Calls Out Riyadh After Issues Of Getting In The Country [Videos]
On November 30th, Lil Wayne headlined the 2019 Diriyah Music Festival in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. You can view plenty of footage of Wayne‘s set that included an auto-tune microphone below.
Throughout the concert, Weezy performed “6 Foot 7 Foot“, “No Worries“, “John“, “Bitches Love Me“, “Rich As Fuck“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Can’t Be Broken“, “Go DJ“, “Got Money“, “Old Town Road (Remix)“, “No Problem“, “Pop That“, “The Motto“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “Uproar“, “Lollipop“, and more songs live for the crowd.
Also during the show, Tunechi told everyone in attendance that he “had some problems getting in the country”, which is also the reason why he went on Twitter afterwards to say: “Never going to Riyadh again!!!” The issue comes from Tune wanting to smoke weed in Saudi Arabia and that is completely illegal in the country!