Tag Archives: 2003

Big Tymers – Gangsta Party (Feat Lil Wayne, Benzino, TQ, Boo & Gotti) [Unreleased]

Big Tymers Gangsta Party Feat Lil Wayne, Benzino, TQ, Boo & Gotti

An unreleased Lil Wayne feature called “Gangsta Party” from 2003 has recently surfaced online, courtesy of the bro Neomerge.

The song belongs to the Big Tymers and it also features Benzino, TQ, and Boo & Gotti. Click here to read a bit of background of how the track was found.

You can stream “Gangsta Party” that was produced by Mannie Fresh after the jump below! What are your thoughts on it?

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Feature Friday #213: Murphy Lee – This Goes Out (Feat Lil Wayne, Nelly, Roscoe, Cardan & Lil Jon)

Murphy Lee This Goes Out Feat Lil Wayne, Nelly, Roscoe, Cardan & Lil Jon

The “Feature Friday” installment for this week is a song from Murphy Lee called “This Goes Out” featuring Lil Wayne, Nelly, Roscoe, Cardan, and Lil Jon.

The Jason “Jay E” Epperson-produced track appears on the St. Louis rapper’s album, Murphy’s Law, which was released back in 2003.

“I’m Weezy fuckin’ Baby, 504, .45 make a nigga go: *oooohh”

You can listen to “This Goes Out” below.

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Feature Friday #174: Lil Zal – My Blok (Feat Lil Wayne)

Lil Zal My Blok Feat Lil Wayne

For this week’s “Feature Friday” installment, I have picked a song from former Cash Money Records artist Lil Zal called “My Blok” featuring a verse from Lil Wayne.

This Rodney Jerkins-produced track is a leftover from the Honey: Music From & Inspired By The Motion Picture official soundtrack, which was released back in 2003. The record can also be heard playing in a corner store scene on the movie “Honey“.

“My block attitude make me fire at you dudes, sit higher than you dudes, cause it’s gotta be the shoes; Shit, the whole hood was depressed when I moved, but you can’t move the block out the dude, Weezy”

You can listen to “My Blok” below.

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Feature Friday #146: Grill – Hustla, Balla, Gangsta (Feat Lil Wayne)

Grill Hustla Balla Gangsta Feat Lil Wayne

For this week’s “Feature Friday” installment, I have picked a song from Grill called “Hustla, Balla, Gangsta” featuring a verse from Lil Wayne.

The song, which has also been known under the title “We Represent“, was released back in 2003 intending to appear on Grill‘s Thug Livin’ album that dropped the following year. However, Weezy‘s verse was removed for an unknown reason.

“And my name is Weezy buddy, and ain’t no such thing as easy money; I know how to get it when I need that money; So I got it where I never ever need for nothing, you know?”

You can listen to “Hustla, Balla, Gangsta” below.

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Throwback Thursday: A Very Rare Lil Wayne Interview About Young Money, Sqad Up, Being Engaged To Nivea & More [Video]

A Very Rare Lil Wayne Interview About Young Money, Sqad Up, Being Engaged To Nivea & More

For #ThrowbackThursday, here is a rare Lil Wayne interview with Peaches Records music retailer in New Orleans, Louisiana that took place in April, 2003.

During their conversation, Weezy discussed his Young Money record label, Juvenile signing back to Cash Money Records, the Sqad Up group, advice for someone wanting to start a label or get into the entertainment business, his Tha Carter album, being engaged to Nivea, and more.

Some of you will have already seen the freestyle part at the end, which is Tunechi spitting his “Monster Music” song off SQ6 over The Notorios B.I.G.’s “I Got A Story To Tell” instrumental.

You can check out the super rare Tune interview for #ThrowbackThursday after the jump below, courtesy of the bro Martian Master. Have you seen it before? Don’t lie!

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