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Feature Friday #188: Big Tymers – Nigga Couldn’t Know (Feat Lil Wayne)

Big Tymers Nigga Couldnt Know Feat Lil Wayne

It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” edition is a song from Big Tymers called “Nigga Couldn’t Know” featuring Lil Wayne.

This Mannie Fresh-produced track appears on Baby and Mannie‘s album, I Got That Work, which was released back in 2000.

“This is where them niggas die fast, sell bricks and buy bags; They dodge class to hit the block and go find cash; If you try to pass, take my advice: drive fast; Cause my man, ain’t no escaping when shots blast”

You can listen to “Nigga Couldnt Know” below.

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Feature Friday #159: Juvenile – Flossin’ Season (Feat Lil Wayne, Birdman, B.G. & Mannie Fresh)

Juvenile Flossin Season Feat Lil Wayne, Birdman, BG & Mannie Fresh

It’s that time of the week again! This week’s “Feature Friday” installment is a Juvenile song titled “Flossin’ Season” featuring verses from Birdman, B.G. and Mannie Fresh, as well as a chorus from Lil Wayne.

The Mannie Fresh-produced track appears on Juvie‘s third studio album, 400 Degreez, which was released back in 1998.

“Flossers, let me see you rollin’ your rims, ballers; Helicopters, bikes, and bourbons, it’s on us; C-M-R are millionaires, let ’em know it’s flossin’ season everywhere”

You can listen to “Flossin’ Season” below.

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2 Chainz & Lil Wayne – Big Ballin’ + Everyday Drug Music

2 Chainz & Lil Wayne Big Ballin + Everyday Drug Music

Two new 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne collaborations have surfaced online titled “Everyday Drug Music” and “Big Ballin’” that were both produced by Mannie Fresh.

The “Everyday Drug Music” song was recorded for Tunechi and Mannie‘s upcoming joint EDM project (hence the title of of the track) and “Big Ballin’” is a leftover from Tune and Tity Boi‘s collabo album ColleGrove.

We first heard a preview of the “Big Ballin’” record, which samples Big Tymers’ single of the same name, back in 2016 and Chainz can also be heard saying “ColleGrove” at the start of it. The third verse from Weezy sounds unfinished, but hopefully the full official mastered version is released soon!

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LeBron James Gets Tipsy & Jams Out To Old Lil Wayne Songs [Video]

LeBron James Gets Tipsy & Jams Out To Old Lil Wayne Songs

LeBron James took to his Instagram Story in the week to show himself drinking expensive bottles of red wine while jamming out to old Lil Wayne songs.

Looking a bit tipsy, LeBron can be seen listening and rapping along to Tunechi‘s verses off Big Tymers’ “Millionaire Dream” and “Tear It Up“, as well as Tune‘s own “I Miss My Dawgs“.

You can check out the professional basketball player drinking wine and jamming out to old Weezy music on social media after the jump below!

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Watch Boosie Badazz Bumping Old Lil Wayne Music From The ’90s [Videos]

Watch Boosie Badazz Bumping Old Lil Wayne Music From The 90s

Boosie Badazz took to his Instagram page at the end of 2017 to show him bumping old Lil Wayne music from the 1990s.

In the clips, we can see Lil Boosie playing and rapping Hot Boys‘ “Blood Thicker” song off the 1997 album, Get It How U Live!!, Tunechi‘s “Lights Off” song off his 1999 album, Tha Block Is Hot, and Tune‘s verse off Big Tymers’ “Top Of Tha Line Nigga” song off their 1998 album, How You Luv That Volume 2.

You can check out the 3 videos of Boosie bumping old Weezy tracks after the jump below! Do you still play old Wayne music from the ’90s?

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Turk Recalls First Meeting Lil Wayne, Recording The Hot Boys Albums, Hearing “I Miss My Dawgs” In Jail & More

Turk Recalls First Meeting Lil Wayne, Recording The Hot Boys Albums, Hearing I Miss My Dawgs In Jail & More

Kyle Kramer from Noisey recently caught up with Turk to reflect on what he remembers about meeting Lil Wayne for the first time, working with him, their friendship, and plenty more.

The YNT founder also spoke on recording the Hot Boys albums with Tunechi, his favorite verse from Tune, hearing “I Miss My Dawgs” for the first time while behind bars, what it was like when everyone left Cash Money Records, the Big Tymers (Birdman and Mannie Fresh), his “Zip It” single, and the “Baller Blockin’” movie.

You can read everything Turk had to say about Weezy and what stories he had to share after the jump below!

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