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Lil Wayne – Glory [Official Music Video]

Lil Wayne Glory Official Music Video

After previously receiving the first 1-minute, Lil Wayne has now dropped the official music video for his “Glory” single.

This premiere of course comes with the re-release of his Free Weezy Album, which “Glory” serves as the intro, for the 5-year anniversary.

You can check out the “Glory” visual that was directed by Eif Rivera below and see some pictures from on set of the video shoot here! How do you like the new beat?

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Lil Wayne – Fuck That Nigga

Lil Wayne Fuck That Nigga

We first heard a snippet back in the summer of 2018, and now the full version of Lil Wayne‘s “Fuck That Nigga” song has surfaced online.

Unfortunately, there are no other details about the track, such as when it was recorded (probably 2015 if I were to guess) and what project it was intended for. This track was produced by S-X and it was recorded for Tha Carter V between 2014 – 2015.

You can listen to “Fuck That Nigga” after the jump below! What are your thoughts on this record?

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Preview A Lil Wayne “Free Weezy Album” Leftover Called “Never Let It”

Preview A Lil Wayne Free Weezy Album Leftover Called Never Let It

Remember back in 2015 when Lil Wayne shared a video online of him skateboarding in the studio and listening to an unreleased song?

Fast forward to now, a snippet for this song that is called “Never Let It” and was recorded for Wayne‘s Free Weezy Album has surfaced online.

You can check out a sneak peek of this FWA leftover after the jump below! Are you liking the sound of it?

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Natalie La Rose – Around The World (Feat Lil Wayne) [Original]

Natalie La Rose Around The World Feat Lil Wayne

Back in 2015, Natalie La Rose released a single titled “Around The World” featuring Fetty Wap that was co-produced by Ilya, Mag, Peter Carlsson, and Max Martin.

The original version of this song has now surfaced online, which you can listen to below, and it includes a Lil Wayne verse instead of Wap’s verse.

However, there are a few lines that are similar to Wayne‘s verse on Curren$y and August Alsina’s “Bottom Of The Bottle“, so it looks like he re-did the verse after the Dutch singer didn’t want to use it and gave it to Spitta for his single!

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Lil Wayne’s “What About Me” Off Tha Carter V Was Initially Supposed To Feature Drake & Post Malone

Lil Wayne What About Me Off Tha Carter V Was Initially Supposed To Feature Drake & Post Malone

On the day that Tha Carter V was released, the manager of Post Malone hinted that the singer and rapper had submitted vocals for Lil Wayne‘s album at the last minute. However, when C5 dropped, Malone was nowhere to be heard on the project.

The co-writer of Wayne‘s “What About Me” song, Johnny Yukon, has come out in an interview with Rolling Stone to reveal Tunechi had told him via e-mail messages in 2015 that he originally wanted Drake to record a verse on the song.

Even though he is not sure what happened, Yukon mentioned that Weezy found out this week that Drizzy was not going to be on the song after all and so Tune‘s team decided to try and get another rapper, which was Post Malone.

Post did end up hitting up the studio and recording something for Tha Carter V last minute, but something went wrong with the delivery and so there wasn’t enough time to include his verse on the album. “What About Me” can still be found on C5, but it only features Sosamann! I wonder if the version with Malone will ever be released?

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