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T-Pain Confirms A “T-Wayne II” Joint Album With Lil Wayne, Discusses The Rapper “T-Wayne” & More [Video]

T-Pain Confirms A T-Wayne 2 Joint Album With Lil Wayne, Discusses The Rapper T-Wayne & More

Earlier this year, both T-Pain and Lil Wayne hinted at another joint album together, and now Pain has confirmed a T-Wayne II project will be happening.

While promoting his new album 1UP, which also includes the Wayne-featured song “Goat Talk“, T-Pain spoke one on one with Ebro for an interview on Beats 1 radio about the rapper who goes by the name of “T-Wayne”, his relationship with Weezy, the T-Wayne II project, and more.

From the 8:05 mark in the conversation below, Pain revealed him and Tunechi will be recording a T-Wayne II collaboration album and that he already has hooks done which he is about to send to Tune. He also spoke about why he put out the first T-Wayne project for free in 2017!

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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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Monsta Beatz Talk Producing Migos & Lil Wayne’s “Fantastic” Collaboration, Reveal They Had A Song Pulled From “Tha Carter V” Last Minute

Monsta Beatz Talk Producing Migos & Lil Wayne Fantastic Collaboration, Reveal They Had A Song Pulled From Tha Carter V Last Minute

Monsta Beatz recently chopped it up with Thedo and MAQ on episode 89 of his “DaTakeOver” podcast (who have chatted with Fee Banks and Mannie Fresh in the past) for an hour, which you can listen to below.

During their conversation from the 32:40 mark, the New Orleans production duo revealed Lil Wayne is the most mainstream music artist that they have worked with. If you didn’t already know, they produced Wayne‘s “I’m Good” featuring Lucci Lou off No Ceilings, as well as “Vizine“.

The producers also spoke about receiving a phone call from Universal Music Group about having a beat on Tha Carter V; however, the song was pulled last minute. They even added that they produced Migos’ upcoming “Fantastic” collabo with Tunechi, which we heard a snippet for in 2015, and discussed producing Curren$y’s “442” track featuring Tune and Birdman!

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Chanel West Coast Talks Smoking With Lil Wayne, Signing To Young Money, Nicki Minaj Not Liking Her & More

Chanel West Coast Talks Smoking With Lil Wayne, Signing To Young Money, Nicki Minaj Not Liking Her & More

Chanel West Coast was the special guest on episode 501 of Michael Rapaport‘s “I Am Rapaport” stereo podcast, which you can check out after the jump below.

During their conversation at the 48:45 mark, Chanel discussed having a dog named “Weezy” after Lil Wayne, the best people she has smoked with are Wayne, Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller, her top 5 alive rappers are Wayne, Eminem, Jay Z, Drake and Big Sean, being signed to Young Money, Nicki Minaj vs. Cardi B, and plenty more.

Later on in their interview at the 1:08:20 mark, CWC revealed that her signing to YM was one of the main reasons why Wayne sued Birdman. She even mentioned that she had heard from her management team, who also manage Weezy and Nicki Minaj, that Nicki does not like her and so it’s going to be a big conflict if she signs to the record label.

Chanel West Coast then told the story of when Young Mula accepted an award at the 2014 BET Awards and all of them went on stage, she knew then that Minaj didn’t like her as she walked in a different direction from them all. In related news, Chanel also left an Instagram comment on a post of the We Are Young Money album cover by Shanell saying “Ehh one person on here is why you and I ain’t further ahead but love the rest tho”. SnL replied back with a “shush” emoji and a comment reading “they will know when it’s time”!

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Feature Friday #154: Birdman – 100 Million (Feat Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Dre & Jeezy)

Birdman 100 Million Feat Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Dre & Jeezy

For this week’s “Feature Friday” installment, I have picked a single from Birdman called “100 Million” featuring an intro and outro from DJ Khaled, a hook from Dre, and verses from Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Young Jeezy.

The Cool & Dre-produced song appears on Baby‘s third studio album, 5 * Stunna, which was released back in early 2007.

“Blood Gang swarm like a red ant pile; Mean mug, like I can’t smile; Like my grill didn’t cost me a 100 thou'”

You can watch the official “100 Million” music video that was directed by Gil Green below.

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Lasanna “ACE” Harris Speaks On Co-Producing Lil Wayne’s “Famous” Off “Tha Carter V” & Wayne’s Influence In Hip-Hop

Lasanna ACE Harris Speaks On Co-Producing Lil Wayne Famous Off Tha Carter V & Wayne Influence In Hip Hop

Lasanna “ACE” Harris recently chopped it up with DJ Booth about co-producing Lil Wayne‘s “Famous” song featuring his daughter Reginae Carter off Tha Carter V and how influential Wayne is in hip-hop.

“Wayne is one of the most influential artists in hip-hop, period, and has birthed so many offspring.”

The producer talked about how he worked on the “timeless” track with Sham “Sak Pase” Joseph and Sam Bruno around the same time that they was working on beats for Nicki Minaj and her The Pinkprint album.

A week after they had mastered “Famous” back in 2014, Tunechi and Birdman had their public fall out, which went on to last over 4 years and left him being very disappointed thinking that the record will never see the light of day.

ACE then revealed he got an e-mail of out of blue from Weezy‘s team a week before the album was due to be released and explained how it feels “to be a part of a historical moment in hip-hop”. You can read everything he said below!

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