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Feature Friday #233: Big Tymers – We Ain’t Stoppin’ (Feat Lil Wayne, Juvenile, B.G. & Turk)

Big Tymers We Aint Stoppin Feat Lil Wayne, Juvenile, BG & Turk

The “Feature Friday” edition for this week is a song from the Big Tymers called “We Ain’t Stoppin’” featuring the Hot Boys members Lil Wayne, Juvenile, B.G., and Turk.

This Mannie Fresh-produced track appears on his and Birdman‘s third studio album as a duo, I Got That Work, which was released back in 2000 on Cash Money Records.

“Went from dimes to quakes, to money like Bill Gates; Doin’ a-hundred on interstates; In Hummers on thirty-eights”

You can listen to “We Ain’t Stoppin’” below.

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Feature Friday #228: Big Tymers – No, No (Feat Lil Wayne)

Big Tymers No No Feat Lil Wayne

It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” edition is a track from the Big Tymers called “No, No” featuring one line from Lil Wayne that is performed throughout the collab.

“They be like no, n-no, n-n-uh-no he didn’t”

The Mannie Fresh-produced song appears on Birdman and Mannie‘s third studio album as a hip-hop duo, I Got That Work, which was released back in 2000.

You can listen to “No, No” below.

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne, Birdman & Mannie Fresh Appear On “Teen Summit” To Talk Success, Money Management, Loyalty & More

Lil Wayne, Birdman & Mannie Fresh Appear On Teen Summit To Talk Success, Money Management, Loyalty & More

For #ThrowbackThursday, here is a video of the Cash Money Millionaires making an appearance on the youth show Teen Summit back in May, 2000, which you can watch below.

While on the American talk show that aired on BET, Lil Wayne, Birdman and Mannie Fresh discussed how you can be successful without going to college and how they all got started with their music careers.

The Cash Money artists also talked about if they think they would be even more successful than they are if they had gone to school, what is more important out of looks and personality, investing in stocks, loyalty, and more!

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Gillie Da Kid Names Lil Wayne As The Top Rapper Of The 2000s [Video]

Gillie Da Kid Names Lil Wayne As The Top Rapper Of The 2000s

Earlier this year, Gillie Da Kid and Wallo267 joined Sway Calloway, Heather B and Tracy G for an interview on their “Sway In The Morning” radio show.

During their conversation, the two of them listed their top rappers from each decade with Gillie saying Run DMC for the 1980s, Tupac for the 1990s, and Lil Wayne for the 2000s.

The Philadelphia rapper and actor also revealed him and Tunechi are “cool” since they used to have beef over 10 years ago. Check out the full interview below. The Weezy part starts around the 3:35 mark!

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R-Truth Plays A Game Of “Start, Bench, Cut” With Albums From Lil Wayne, JAY-Z & 50 Cent [Video]

R-Truth Plays A Game Of Start, Bench, Cut With Albums From Lil Wayne, JAY-Z & 50 Cent

Ron Killings aka R-Truth recently participated in a game of “Start, Bench, Cut” with Bleacher Report.

For his question, the WWE legend was asked which album from the 2000s he would “start”, “bench” and “cut” out of Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter III, JAY-Z‘s The Blueprint and 50 Cent‘s Get Rich Or Die Tryin’.

You can check out which options the professional wrestler choose at the start of the video after the jump below! Which projects would you “start”, “bench” and “cut” out of these three?

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