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Find Out How Lil Wayne & XXXTentacion’s “Don’t Cry” Collaboration Came Together

Find Out How Lil Wayne & XXXTentacion Dont Cry Collaboration Came Together

Everyone was surprised when Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter V album was released and there was a hook from XXXTentacion on the song “Don’t Cry“.

We now know that the collaboration came together after the South Florida rapper’s death in June, thanks to producer Z3N, who revealed this information in an interview with TMZ.

The producer explained that he recorded XXX‘s vocals in February of this year hoping to finish recording at a later date, but they never did. He then played the audio for LunchMoney Lewis, who was that impressed he forwarded it to Tunechi and a Republic Records executive.

Z3N had no idea that the XXXTentacion audio he had would end up on C5 until a week before the project’s release after Ben Billions, who is a co-producer of “Don’t Cry“, put the whole song together. He also mentioned that he thinks X would have approved the collaboration if he was still alive as the two of them have had conversations in the past about how Weezy influenced the late South Florida rapper!

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Production Credits For Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album

Production Credits For Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Album

The production credits for Lil Wayne‘s new album, Tha Carter V, have been revealed.

Some of the producers on C5 include: Ben Billions, Swizz Beatz, Sevn Thomas, Infamous, ONHEL, Zaytoven, Jayones, DJ Mustard, Cool & Dre, Mannie Fresh, and Metro Boomin.

You can check out the full list of production credits for every song on Tha Carter V, except for the intro, after the jump below! Now that C5 has been out for a few days, what is your favorite song from Wayne‘s latest project?

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Kodak Black & Lil Wayne’s “Codeine Dreaming” Goes Platinum

Kodak Black & Lil Wayne Codeine Dreaming Goes Platinum

After going Gold earlier this year, the RIAA have confirmed Kodak Black and Lil Wayne‘s “Codeine Dreaming” collaboration was certified Platinum on August 17th.

This means that the Infamous and Ben Billions-co-produced single, which can be found on Black‘s Project Baby 2: All Grown Up, has surpassed over 1 million in streams and sales since it was released last year.

Congratulations to everyone involved with “Codeine Dreaming” and if you want to have a read of the lyrics, click here to do so! Do you still play the song?

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Kodak Black’s “Codeine Dreaming” Single Featuring Lil Wayne Goes Gold

Kodak Black Codeine Dreaming Single Featuring Lil Wayne Goes Gold

According to the RIAA, Kodak Black‘s “Codeine Dreaming” single featuring Lil Wayne was certified Gold on March 19th.

This means that the Infamous and Ben Billions-co-produced song, which appears on Kodak‘s Project Baby 2: All Grown Up project, has sold and been streamed over 500,000 times since it was released at the end of 2017.

Congratulations to everyone involved with the “Codeine Dreaming” collaboration! Click here to read the lyrics for the track.

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Kodak Black – Codeine Dreamin’ (Feat Lil Wayne)

Kodak Black Codeine Dreamin Feat Lil Wayne

We first saw Kodak Black announce he has a feature with Lil Wayne in October, confirm the news earlier this month, and preview the song at a concert on November 5th.

Now Kodak has released his Project Baby 2: All Grown Up project, which includes the collaboration with Weezy on it that is called “Codeine Dreamin’“.

You can view the artwork above and listen to “Codeine Dreaming” below! What are your thoughts on the Infamous and Ben Billions-co-produced collabo?

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Lil Wayne – Off, Off, Off

Lil Wayne Off Off Off

Tonight, game 3 of the NBA Finals is taking place between Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers and Lil Wayne has released a brand new solo song to support his homies LeBron James and J.R. Smith’s team, which is the Cavs.

You can listen and download the Ben Billions-produced track, which is called “Off, Off, Off“, after the jump below. I have to say that the way this record dropped reminded me exactly of when Weezy released his “Kobe Bryant” tribute back in 2009!

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