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Compton Menace Talks Relationship With Lil Wayne, “Blood N*ggaz”, Cash Money & More [Video]

Compton Menace Talks Relationship With Lil Wayne, Blood N*ggaz, Cash Money & More

Compton Menace sits down with the Digital Soapbox Network for an episode on their “Discourse” series that you can watch below.

From the 6:30 mark in their conversation, the Compton rapper and actor spoke about having a good relationship with Lil Wayne, their “Blood N*ggaz” single, and how Wayne is such a “good-hearted person”.

Later on in the interview, Menace talked about the very first time he met Tunechi, how he was always a fan of him, and signing to Cash Money Records. He also added that people stopped saying Weezy was a “fake blood” after the “Blood N*ggaz” collab came about!

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Baby E Talks Unreleased “Girls From The Hills” Collab With Lil Wayne + How Wayne Doesn’t Move Without A Blunt & A Gun [Video]

Baby E Talks Unreleased Girls From The Hills Collab With Lil Wayne + How Wayne Doesnt Move Without A Blunt & A Gun

Earlier this year, Baby E chopped it up with TM NYC for a 1 hour and 30 minute virtual interview that you can watch in full below.

From the 33:10 mark, Baby E spoke about how he first linked up with Lil Wayne through a guy called Petey Lo and how he then got signed to Young Money. The Pensacola native was hesitant Petey really knew Wayne at first until the YM affiliate got Weezy on a Facetime call with E to say a quick message: “Is this real enough for you white boy?” LOL.

Baby E then discussed “Finessin’“, Tunechi‘s working process and witnessing him record more or less 20 songs every single day, Birdman, the best advice he ever received from Tune, his favorite collaboration with Mr. Carter being an unreleased song titled “Girls From The Hills“, and why and how he left Young Money. He also added: “it’s really sad to me we [himself and Lil Wayne] have so much great music that will never see the light of day”.

The former YM artist also confirmed he has wrote “a lot of stuff” for Lil Wayne and that Wayne does not move anywhere without a gun or blunt on him. Baby E then shared a story of how one time they were all on tour and they all threw away their drugs off the tour bus as they were arriving to a checkpoint, but left all of the machine guns!

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Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, DJ Khaled & Wiz Khalifa Sit Down Together For A Roundtable Discussion [Video]

Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, DJ Khaled & Wiz Khalifa Sit Down Together For A Roundtable Discussion

Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, DJ Khaled, and Wiz Khalifa all recently sat down together for a new episode of “Self Made Tastes Better” that was set up by Luc Belaire, Bumbu rum, McQueen and the Violet Fog gin, and Villon.

During their 1-hour conversation, they all shared never-before-told stories about themselves and their careers, how to be successful, what they want their legacy to be, how they stay motivated, and how they all inspire each other.

In the convo, Tune also spoke on where it all began for himself, how he chases greatness every single day, and how he has not hit his peak yet as he wants to be the “ultimate artist”. Khaled even revealed he was there at Odyssey Records in New Orleans when Weezy got his deal at a young age!

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Lil Wayne Appears On “I Am Athlete”, Talks Longevity, Legacy, Creativity, Rap & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears On I Am Athlete, Talks Longevity, Legacy, Creativity, Rap & More

Lil Wayne was the recent special guest on episode 22 of “I Am Athlete“, which included him sitting down with former NFL players Brandon Marshall, Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson and Adam “Pac-Man” Jones, as well as Omar Kelly for an interview.

During their sit-down talk, Wayne spoke about everything from longevity, if he wants to leave a legacy, evolving in music, seeing the potential in Nicki Minaj and Drake, recording 10,000 Bars with DJ Raj Smoove, and the early parts of his career.

Weezy also discussed his creativity, where he thinks rap is going, the new artists he is currently listening to (Baby Keem and Young Dolph), his artist Euro, what he thinks Aaron Rodgers will do with the Green Bay Packers, why he is a Packers fan, and much more.

Also in their conversation, Ochocinco challenged Tunechi to a rap cypher that included the rappers Lil Dred, Jag, Gorditoflo, Euro, and more. You can check it all out in the video after the jump below!

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Project Pat Recalls Working With Lil Wayne In 1999 + More [Video]

Project Pat Recalls Working With Lil Wayne In 1999 + More

Project Pat sits down with Ya Boi Shad and G. Downs for an interview on their Bad Speakers TV podcast, which you can check out below.

In their conversation, Pat recalled working with Lil Wayne on his debut album, Ghetty Green, back in 1999 on his Ballers” remix.

The Memphis rapper also talked about how Cash Money Records is like a family to him and if he knew when he first met Wayne that he would turn into a monster in the hip-hop industry!

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