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Azealia Banks Calls Lil Wayne The Best Rapper Of All Time & Explains Why He Is Better Than JAY-Z

Azealia Banks Calls Lil Wayne The Best Rapper Of All Time & Explains Why He Is Better Than JAY Z

Last week (September 8th), Azealia Banks took to Instagram to explain why she thinks Lil Wayne is a better rapper than JAY-Z.

In her post, Azealia stated that “Weezy can make ‘Big Pimpin‘, but JAY-Z cannot make ‘Cannon‘”, as well as called Wayne “the best rapper of all time”.

The female rapper also named “Cannon” from the Dedication 2 mixtape as one of her favorite songs in hip-hop ever! What do you think about Banks‘ opinion? Do you agree with her points?

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Tyler, The Creator Insists Lil Wayne Is Still Getting Better At Rapping [Video]

Tyler The Creator Insists Lil Wayne Is Still Getting Better At Rapping

Tyler, The Creator recently stopped by HOT 97 to appear on their “Ebro In The Morning” radio show and chop it up with Ebro Darden, Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez, which you can check out below.

Around the 1:30:00 mark, Tyler was asked what does it mean to have Lil Wayne featured on his Call Me If You Get Lost album to which he went on to praise Wayne by saying he loves him and insist he keeps on getting better and better.

Going into more detail about what he means, the Ladera Heights native thinks people may not realize Weezy is getting better, due to his beat selection. However, Tyler claims in his opinion that Mr. Carter is getting technically better at rapping unlike Eminem.

The Odd Future co-founder also added he loves watching one of the greats keep on getting better, he loves working with Tunechi because he can choose what beats to hear him spit on, and he would consider producing a solo Tune project if he was ever asked!

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Birdman Explains How He Thinks Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album Could Have Been Better [Video]

Birdman Explains How He Thinks Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Album Could Have Been Better

Birdman and Juvenile recently sat down with Ebro for a one on one interview with Beats 1 radio in New York City to promote their new joint album called Just Another Gangsta.

During their conversation, Baby explained how he thought Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter V album “could have been a lil’ better”, revealed he is a number one fan of Tune and will always support him, mentioned Drake is with Cash Money Records forever, and added he does not know when Weezy will release a new project.

You can check out everything the #1 Stunna and Juvie had to say about Wayne, C5, and Drizzy in a video after the jump below!

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Lil B Says Lil Wayne Is “Better” Than 2Pac, Eminem, Jay Z & Biggie + “Up There” With Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson & The Beatles

Lil B Explains Why Lil Wayne Is Better Than 2Pac, Eminem, Jay Z & Biggie + Up There With Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson & The Beatles

Lil B recently chatted to Paper Mag for an interview about the music artist that influenced the BasedGod to be as #Based as he is, which is Lil Wayne.

The Berkeley rapper explained why he thinks Tunechi is the “best rapper ever to live” and “the best rapper to ever come on earth”, as well as called Tune lyrically better then 2Pac, Eminem, Jay Z, and The Notorious B.I.G..

He also said that he thinks Weezy is “up there” with Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson and The Beatles. You can read everything Lil B said about Wayne below. Salute to the BasedGod for this!

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Lil Wayne Talks “Free Weezy Album”, Ghosts, “Tha Carter V”, “Truffle Butter” Meaning & More

Lil Wayne Talks Free Weezy Album, Ghosts, Tha Carter 5, Truffle Butter Meaning & More

Lil Wayne sat down with RBMA Radio after his live performance at Red Bull Guest House 2015 in Miami, Florida on March 28th, which you can listen to below, where he confirmed a few things such as his upcoming Free Weezy Album will be free, not believing in ghosts, and Mannie Fresh did the beat on Tha Carter V intro.

During their conversation, Weezy spoke on waking up 37 minutes before the show as he lives in Miami, recording 5 to 6 new songs with Mannie, the meaning of “Truffle Butter“, how he gets better with music, and can’t believe that he came up with the “they say we learn from mistakes, well that’s why they mistake me” line off “Blunt Blowin’“.

Tunechi also discussed how he records “a zillion songs” for his projects and then let’s Mack Maine and Cortez Bryant choose which tracks will appear on the final tracklist, as well as having a song on DJ Mustard production that if his album was wack and it only had that one song on it, the album would still go double platinum!

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