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Lil Wayne Talks “Gotta Lotta” Hook, Getting In Trouble With His Gang For “Blue C-Note” & Raps A CeeLo Green Verse

Lil Wayne Talks Gotta Lotta Hook, Getting In Trouble With His Gang For Blue C-Note & Raps A CeeLo Green Verse

In part 3 of Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz‘ interview with Rob Markman from Genius, the duo discussed ColleGrove tracks, being influenced by Goodie Mob, and Wayne also rapped CeeLo Green’s verse from “Goodie Bag” word for word.

Weezy even spoke on what Mannie Fresh production means to him, how he came up with the “Gotta Lotta” hook, getting in trouble with the Bloods for rapping on “Blue C-Note“, and his “I keep on switchin’ wifeys, you gotta Uncle Phil me” line off the song while backstage at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia after the “TIDAL X: ColleGrove” show on March 30th.

You can watch the conversation after the jump below. Click here to check out part 2 of the interview and here to check out part 1. Part 4 will be released tomorrow!

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Tour Bus Shooter Told Lil Wayne He Would “Spray His Bus” Up

Tour Bus Shooter Told Lil Wayne He Would

There has been a new indictment in the Lil Wayne tour bus shooting that reveals Jimmy Carlton Winfrey aka Peewee Roscoe told Wayne himself that he would “spray his bus” up before being kicked out of Compound nightclub in Atlanta, Georgia on April 25th.

The indictment also says that Jimmy Carlton Winfrey was driving a white Chevrolet Camaro when he shot at Weezy‘s tour bus, which was reportedly found at the home of one of Winfrey‘s relatives after the shooting and also featured in a photo on his Instagram page.

You can read more of the updated indictment after the jump below, courtesy of Atlanta’s WSBTV news station!

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Lil Wayne Attends STORY Nightclub In Miami For Chris Brown’s Birthday Bash [Video]

Lil Wayne Attends STORY Nightclub In Miami For Chris Brown Birthday Bash

On May 28th, Lil Wayne attended Chris Brown‘s birthday bash at STORY Nightclub in Miami, Florida.

While at the club, Weezy could be seen chilling and throwing up Bloods gang hand signs as his “Coco” song played.

You can check out a short clip of this after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Throws Up Bloods Gang Hand Signs At The Skatepark [Pictures]

Lil Wayne Throws Up Bloods Gang Hand Signs At The Skatepark

We saw Lil Wayne doing a frontside 180 down a 7 stair earlier today, now here are some photos from the skateboarding session at Brandon Biebel’s private skatepark in Los Angeles on December 9th.

In the pics, Tune can be seen with N.O. Capo, T@, Brandon Biebel, Shane O’Neill, Theotis Beasley, Braydon Szafranski, Dan Abadi, James Riff, and Chance Eldridge throwing up different Bloods gang signs.

Hit the jump to view two more pictures from the skating session and Weezy F Baby throwing up different blood gang hand signs!

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Game – Red Nation (Feat Lil Wayne) [Music Video]

Here is the official music video for Game‘s “Red Nation” single featuring Lil Wayne, which was directed by Parris. Birdman and Menace make cameos, and Game‘s RED album will drop later this year. You also won’t be seeing this video on TV anytime soon, because MTV and BET have both banned it for being too “gang affiliated”.

You can watch some behind the scenes footage here.


Lil Wayne Put His ‘Stamp’ On “We Are The World” Director Paul Haggis Says x Jay Rock Interview

‘You don’t expect Lil Wayne to be singing like this,’ he says of Weezy tackling Bob Dylan’s verse from the original.

“They each put their own distinctive stamp on it,” Haggis, who wrote and directed the Oscar-winning film “Crash,” told MTV News. “So say he did the Bob Dylan part — well, those are lines Bob Dylan did, and no one can ever sing them like him again. But when Lil Wayne sings them, you’ll never imagine someone else singing them [either].”

Wayne said the opportunity to be involved in such a major undertaking is something his children can hold on to forever. As for his mother, he chuckled when he said that all she asked was that he get Gladys Knight’s photo for her. “I’m still overwhelmed,” Weezy said, looking around the room at the galaxy of stars that ranged from Pink and Carlos Santana to Usher and Barbra Streisand. “I was like, ‘Where do I fit in?’ I thought my name got mixed up.”

Haggis at first joked that Wayne sang his verse just like Dylan. “Very much like Bob,” he quipped. But the director said the sum of the parts on the remake will be just as inspiring as the original.

“The great thing about working with so many people, ” Haggis said, “these artists of this caliber, where you know them from this type of music or that, but when they really come together to sing this type of song, you don’t expect Lil Wayne to be singing like this or Pink to be singing like that, or even Tony Bennett to be singing like that or Barbara [Streisand]. It was wonderful how they all morphed together.”

Via MTV, and the video premieres tonight at NBC’s coverage of the opening ceremony of the Vancouver Winter Olympics. Then, the track will be available on iTunes for download. Hit the jump to see an interview StreetGangs did with Jay Rock were they talk about a few things including Lil Wayne and Bloods:

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