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Lil Wayne Reveals When He Will Release His “Funeral” Album & Announces New Partnership With Video Game Company Ubisoft

Lil Wayne Reveals When He Will Release Funeral Album & Announces New Partnership With Video Game Company Ubisoft

Similar to every year before “Lil Weezyana Fest“, Lil Wayne phoned into Wild Wayne from New Orleans radio station Q93 a few days ago to promote his upcoming 5th annual music festival that will be taking place on September 7th.

During their conversation, Wayne chatted about the growth of his “Lil Weezyana Fest” as it has changed to a bigger location for this year and it will include a jazz tribute, carnival food, rides and 2 stages at the upcoming concert, as well as how he wants his festival to be up there with the rest of the big festivals, such as Lollapalooza.

Tunechi then went on to list who is on his Young Money record label (doesn’t name Drake) and reveal he will release his Funeral album at the end of this year. He even mentioned that Funeral is done and it is now up to Mack Maine to pick a bunch of songs for the project and title them.

Also in the 17-minute conversation, Weezy discussed what he does to create new experiences, his Young Money Sports agency, Los Angeles Lakers, Green Bay Packers, and announced he has just partnered with video game company Ubisoft were he will be releasing funny commercials and ads for the Ghost Recon Breakpoint marketing campaign!

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More Details, Release Date & Commercial For Lil Wayne’s 25-Piece Collaboration With American Eagle

More Details, Release Date & Commercial For Lil Wayne's 25-Piece Collaboration With American Eagle

We first got word of this collaboration last month and saw a preview of the collection earlier this month, and now more details about Lil Wayne‘s upcoming “Young Money” fashion line with clothing brand American Eagle have been announced.

For the back-to-school season, AE and Weezy will be releasing an exclusive 25-piece tie-dye and color-blocked collection of t-shirts, hoodies, shorts, jeans, socks, boxers, hats, chains, skate decks, and more. The price of these products will range from $8.00 to $100.00.

The collection will debut and drop next month on August 10th with American Eagle revealing the full line on July 30th. You will be able to find the items in all AE stores, as well as on their official online website. In a statement to WWD, Tune had the following to say about his latest clothing line:

“I know my fans wear and love the brand, so we came together to co-create a collection that blends my personality with American Eagle’s iconic style. We designed the AE x Young Money collection with purpose and pride. Whether it’s my music or my style, I have always used both as an outlet for creativity and to live my truth – without apologies. American Eagle gets it. The brand celebrates individuality and to me that’s something I want to be a part of.”

You can check out a commercial for Tunechi and American Eagle‘s new fashion collaboration after the jump below!

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MSNBC Recite Lil Wayne Lyrics In Their “This Is Who We Are” Ad [Video]

MSNBC Recite Lil Wayne Lyrics In Their This Is Who We Are Ad

MSNBC have released a new “This Is Who We Are.” ad and it includes journalists Ali Velshi and Ari Melber reciting Lil Wayne lyrics.

The commercial for the American television network, which you can check out below, includes the journalists citing Weezy‘s “Krazy” and “Mrs. Officer” tracks.

This is not the first time that Ari has referenced Tunechi lyrics on TV as 2 years ago, he also quoted Tune to attack the President of the United States, Donald Trump, and his greed!

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Directors Talk About Working With Lil Wayne On Set Of Commercials

Directors Talk About Working With Lil Wayne On Set Of Commercials

Complex recently chopped it up with people that have worked with Lil Wayne on set of his commercials to see what it was like working with him.

Sara Gilbert, who is the Public Relations Manager for Sovereign Brands, talked about how Weezy acted as his own director to improve the scenes while on set of the Bumbu ads and the “A Word With Wayne” series:

“It must be from his experience being a professional for all of his adult life. He can hear something and put his own spin to it instantaneously. He might hear something upstairs or down the hallway-[maybe] someone shifted their weight and they have their keys in their pocket. He’ll stop and wait for the noise to clear and then he’ll resume or we’ll take it from the top. He doesn’t miss a stride, it doesn’t throw him off his game. The fact that he self-corrects, he’s directing himself, is amazing.”

Matt Aselton, who directed Tunechi in the commercials for Samsung, spoke on how his crew were unconvinced at first if Tune would be able to act the scenes, as well as how he reminds him of an athlete:

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Lil Wayne Stars In Bumbu Rum’s New Commercial With Goats [Video]

Lil Wayne Stars In Bumbu Rum's New Commercial With Goats

We first got word of this commercial a couple of months ago, and now we can see Bumbu‘s new advertisement starring Lil Wayne.

The Eif Rivera-directed ad shows Weezy aka The G.O.A.T. (Greatest Of All Time) chilling during a house party at Photopia Studios in Miami with actual goats as they all sip on the Barbados rum.

You can check out this hilarious commercial for Bumbu after the jump below. Enjoy!

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Lil Wayne Appears In Another Samsung Commercial Titled “Champagne Shopping” [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears In Another Samsung Commercial Titled Champagne Shopping

I don’t why I’m only just seeing this as it was uploaded over 2 weeks ago, but here is another Samsung commercial starring Lil Wayne in called “Champagne Shopping” that was shot to promote how water-resistant the Galaxy S7 mobiles phones are.

In the ad, Weezy can be seen walking around a store pouring champagne on his Galaxy S7 before then buying some more bubbly to continue doing the same thing.

You can check out the new Samsung commercial after the jump below! Is this the funniest one yet?

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