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Travis Barker Recalls Performing Live With Lil Wayne, Eminem & Drake At The 2010 GRAMMY Awards

Travis Barker Recalls Performing Live With Lil Wayne, Eminem & Drake At The 2010 GRAMMY Awards

Travis Barker recently sat down with British magazine, Kerrang!, for a feature interview.

In their interview, the drummer for rock band Blink-182 discussed what it was like performing with Lil Wayne, Eminem and Drake at the 2010 GRAMMY Awards in one of his very first live performances whilst being sober.

You can read exactly what Travis had to say about this experience and how crazy it was to be on stage at the same time as Wayne and Em below! I have also included a video of all four of them performing “Drop The World” and “Forever” live at The GRAMMYs in case you wish to see it again!

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Feature Friday #165: Avatar – King Of The Streets (Feat Lil Wayne & Oshy)

Avatar King Of The Streets Feat Lil Wayne & Oshy

I have chosen the remix for Avatar‘s “King Of The Streets” song featuring Lil Wayne and Oshy for this week’s “Feature Friday” edition.

This track, which surfaced online in 2010, does not appear on any official projects. Even though this verse is one of the popular Wayne verses that gets used frequently in blends, “King Of The Streets” is the official version.

“Rubbing together, I get money forever; I got two clips taped together, that’s a hundred whenever; Loving the cheddar, call me mozzarella; It’s no sweat, I could hustle in the hottest weather; I’m Weezy Fucking Baby, lots of terror; PS: a few shots to whoever”

You can listen to “King Of The Streets” below.

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Feature Friday #151: Kat DeLuna – Unstoppable (Feat Lil Wayne)

Kat DeLuna Unstoppable Feat Lil Wayne

It’s that time of the week again! This week’s “Feature Friday” is a Kat DeLuna single titled “Unstoppable” featuring a verse from Lil Wayne.

The RedOne-produced collaboration appears as the outro on Kat‘s Inside Out album, which was released back in 2010.

“Huh, whatcha talking about Kat? I ran in a bank and I walked out fat”

You can watch the official “Unstoppable” music video that was directed by Tyrone Edmond below.

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Feature Friday #129: Baby Boy Da Prince – Ya’heard Me (Feat Lil Wayne & Mack Maine)

Baby Boy Da Prince Ya Heard Me Feat Lil Wayne & Mack Maine

I have chosen a Baby Boy Da Prince track titled “Ya’heard Me” featuring Lil Wayne and Mack Maine for this week’s “Feature Friday” post.

The song appears on Baby Boy‘s album that goes by the same name as the record, Ya’heard Me, which was released back in 2010.

“I am such a Hollygrover; Watch me talk shit like I got halitosis; Baby Boy Da Prince, I’m the dog, no Rover; Please get in my way, call me young bulldozer”

You can listen to “Ya’heard Me” below.

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Feature Friday #126: Jae Millz – Thank You (Feat Lil Wayne & Mack Maine)

Jae Millz Thank You Feat Lil Wayne & Mack Maine

For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have chosen the Jae Millz‘ “Thank You” song featuring verses from Lil Wayne and Mack Maine.

The track appears on the former Young Money artist’s Zone Out Season 2 project, which was released back in 2010.

“Future billionaire, yeah I gotta be on the list; Got a runway in my pants cause all the models be on my dick”

You can listen to “Thank You” below.

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Lil Wayne Says The Music “Wasn’t Rushed” On His I Am Not A Human Being II Album

Above, Lil Wayne speaks to MTV about his forthcoming I Am Not A Human Being II album that will be released at the end of the summer.

Weezy says the difference between this album and his first I Am Not A Human Being album, which was released in 2010 while he was locked up behind bars, is the fact that the music was not rushed. He will also be able to support and promote this album more, because he can shoot music videos whenever he wants to.

“I Am Not A Human Being II, that’s what I’m workin’ on right now, actually I’m finished. The difference between this album and the last I Am Not A Human Being would be the music wasn’t rushed. Last time the music was rushed because I had to take that eight-month vacation on that island so we had rushed the music, but this time we didn’t rush the music.”

“I paid attention to everything I did,” he said. “You’re getting the quality of all my albums: Tha Carter IV, Tha Carter III, the same with this I Am Not A Human Being II. Hope you like it.”

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