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Lil Wayne Chats To Mannie Fresh About Their Upcoming Collaboration Album On “Young Money Radio” [Video]

Lil Wayne Chats To Mannie Fresh On Young Money Radio About Their Upcoming Collaboration Album

In this post, you can find Lil Wayne‘s full conversation with Mannie Fresh that took place last Friday (June 26th) for episode 9 of his “Young Money Radio” show on Apple Music.

During their conversation (watch below), Weezy talked to Mannie about producing all of the songs on the Cash Money Records’ artist albums back in the day, his upcoming joint album with Bun B, and much more.

Tunechi and Fresh also discussed their forthcoming collaboration project, which could possibly be called Tha Carter/Fresh Files, as well as when they plan on releasing it (could be 2021) and having 7 songs completed for it already!

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Lil Wayne Performs Live At House Of Blues In Chicago, Brings Out Chance The Rapper, Thanks JAY Z & Swizz Beatz [Video]

Lil Wayne Performs Live At House Of Blues In Chicago, Brings Out Chance The Rapper, Thanks JAY Z & Swizz Beatz

On December 23rd, 2018, Lil Wayne put on a live concert at the House Of Blues in Chicago, Illinois for a stop on his and TIDAL’s mini “I Ain’t Shit Without You” fan appreciation tour.

For his set list, Wayne performed “Mr. Carter“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “John“, “Got Money“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Ride For My Niggas (Sky Is The Limit)“, “Go DJ“, “Lollipop“, “Mrs. Officer“, “What About Me“, “Duffle Bag Boy“, “HYFR“, “Pistol On My Side“, “Pop That“, “The Motto“, “Rich As Fuck“, “I’m Me“, “Drop The World“, “Don’t Cry“, “Can’t Be Broken“, “Let It All Work Out“, “Dedicate“, “Let It Fly“, “Open Safe“, “Mona Lisa“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “A Milli“, and “Uproar” live.

Tunechi also brought out Chance The Rapper, who called him the “greatest rapper” and “living legend”, to perform “No Problem” live together. Before performing “Uproar“, Tune thanked JAY Z for helping him with his taxes and Swizz Beatz for sending him beats non-stop while he was down. He also spotted a woman in the crowd that looked like Khaleesi (Emilia Clarke) off Game Of Thrones.

You can check out some footage of all of this going down in the video after the jump below, courtesy of the bro Dan Kritchevsky‎. For everyone who attended the show, they received a poster and a custom lanyard that included details of the “I Ain’t Shit Without You” tour stop they were at including the three important things that Weezy says!

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Soulja Boy Confirms He Produced 3 Songs On Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album

Soulja Boy Confirms He Produced 3 Songs On Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Album

In the week, Soulja Boy appeared in the Chat section on his official website SODMG to answer questions from registered members.

A frequent visitor of LilWayneHQ.com, Kunechi, asked Soulja if he still had a few beats on Lil Wayne‘s upcoming Tha Carter V album to which he replied: “did like three songs on there”.

If you recall back to 2014, SB revealed in an interview that he had been working on Weezy‘s C5 album with Justin Bieber and already had two beats on there. You can see a screenshot of the Chatbox after the jump below!

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RSONIST Talks About First Working With Lil Wayne & “I Can’t Feel My Face” [Video]

RSONIST Talks About First Working With Lil Wayne & I Cant Feel My Face

RSONIST from hip-hop production duo The Heatmakerz recently visited Shade 45’s “Sway In The Morning” radio show to chat with Sway Calloway and Heather B.

At the 7:15 mark of their conversation, the multi-Platinum producer spoke on Remy Ma missing out on one of the beats from Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter II album (it would of either been “Tha Mobb” or “Receipt“).

Also during their interview (see below), RSONIST talked about when he first started working with Tunechi, which was around the days when he was chilling with Dipset, as well as revealed why he thinks Tune and Juelz Santana‘s joint I Can’t Feel My Face project never came out!

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STREETRUNNER Explains How Lil Wayne’s Label Situation Has Hurt The Culture, Shares An Interesting Story About “Gossip” & More [Video]

STREETRUNNER Explains How Lil Wayne Label Situation Has Hurt The Culture, Shares An Interesting Story About Gossip & More

STREETRUNNER recently visited the Producergrind office and sat down with Dylan C and The Letter L Beats for an interview on their podcast.

Just before the 41 minute mark, the Miami producer revealed an interesting story about Lil Wayne‘s “Gossip” song that was recorded at the end of 2006 and how it escaped all of the leaks.

Carrying on with the subject of Tunechi, the producer then explained how Tune‘s situation with Cash Money Records has hurt the culture and how we have probably missed 2 – 3 albums because of this. Watch the full podcast below!

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DJ Drama Gives An Update On His & Lil Wayne’s “Dedication 6” Mixtape

DJ Drama Gives An Update On His & Lil Wayne Dedication 6 Mixtape

After first getting word that Lil Wayne was working on a Dedication 6 mixtape in 2014, then getting a hint it would be Wayne‘s next official project in 2016, and then getting confirmation it would be released in 2017, we have a new update on the tape.

For his cover story with Rolling Out magazine, DJ Drama has revealed that the status of D6 is now “it’s going to happen”, but he wouldn’t give a release date. He even mentioned that Weezy and Mack Maine are asking are him for beats for the mixtape.

You can read exactly what Drama said after the jump below! When do you think the sixth installment of the Dedication mixtape series will drop?

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