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Watch A Full Recap Of Lil Wayne’s 6th Annual “Lil Weezyana Fest” [Video]

Full Recap Of Lil Wayne 6th Annual Lil Weezyana Fest

Lil Wayne performed live for the 6th annual “Lil Weezyana Fest” at Champions Square’s Bold Sphere Music venue in his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana on October 29th.

The opening acts for the concert were: Unc & Phew (R.I.P. Takeoff), Babyface Ray, Rob 49, Neno Calvin, and a few of the Young Money artists. During his own set, Tunechi also brought out Cam’ron to perform “Suck It Or Not“, “Oh Boy“, “Dipset Anthem” and “I Really Mean It“, Rick Ross to perform “Hustlin’“, “B.M.F (Blowin’ Money Fast)” and “Aston Martin Music“, and Drake to perform “God’s Plan“, “Nonstop“, “Jimmy Cooks“, and “Knife Talk” live.

You can check out a recap of the full show below, courtesy of Goatnet. If you want to know Weezy‘s full setlist, it went like this: “Blunt Blowin’“, “Tha Mobb“, “Fireman“, “Money On My Mind“, “Go DJ“, “Bring It Back“, “I Miss My Dawgs“, “BM J.R.“, “Cash Money Millionaires“, “Earthquake“, “Best Rapper Alive“, “I’m A DBoy“, “Hustler Musik“, “Got Money“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Comfortable“, “Lollipop“, “Mr. Carter“, “John” and “God Did” with Rozay, “6 Foot 7 Foot“, “Mirror“, “How To Love“, “She Will” and “The Motto” with Drizzy, “Uproar“, “Ride For My N*ggas“, “Rollin’“, “Steady Mobbin’“, and “A Milli“.

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne & Cash Money Millionaires Perform On “Motown Live” [Video]

Throwback - Lil Wayne & Cash Money Millionaires Perform On Motown Live

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare live performance from the Cash Money Millionaires on Motown Live back in 2000 on February 11th.

In the video, Lil Wayne, Juvenile, Birdman, Mannie Fresh, and B.G. perform their “Back That Thang Up” and “Tha Block Is Hot” collaborations live.

You can check out footage of them all performing on the TV show in the clip below. Forward to the 1:00 mark for the start of their performance, enjoy!

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Throwback Thursday: Cash Money Millionaires Perform Live At The Arco Arena In 2000 [Video]

Cash Money Millionaires Perform Live At The Arco Arena In 2000

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is footage of a rare live performance from the Cash Money Millionaires back in 2000 that has been ripped from VHS.

In the clip, which you can watch below, Cash Money’s Lil Wayne, Birdman, Mannie Fresh, Juvenile, and B.G. can all be seen performing live at the Arco Arena in Sacramento, California on April 14th, 2000.

The Cash Money Millionaires perform “Back That Azz Up“, “Bling Bling“, “We On Fire“, “Ha“, “Cash Money Is An Army“, “F*ck That N*gga“, “400 Degreez“, “I Need A Hot Girl“, “Tha Block Is Hot“, “Help“, and more songs live. Enjoy!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne, Gillie Da Kid, Diddy & Birdman Celebrate 2002 Super Bowl Weekend Together [Video]

Lil Wayne, Gillie Da Kid, Diddy, Birdman At 2002 Super Bowl Weekend

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare special from Yellow Tape Video magazine that shows Lil Wayne and his fellow Cash Money Millionaires celebrating Super Bowl Weekend back in 2002.

The clip includes Wayne, Birdman, Slim, Diddy, Gillie Da Kid, Mickey, Cadillac, TQ, Mannie Fresh, Jazze Pha, and Jagged Edge, as well as a few of those artists talking to the camera.

You can check out the #TBT video that was filmed in New Orleans, Louisiana after the jump below. Is it strange to see Gillie around Cash Money?

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BFB Da Packman Says “Lil Wayne Wholeheartedly Saved Hip-Hop” & Recites “Cash Money Millionaires”

BFB Da Packman Says Lil Wayne Wholeheartedly Saved Hip Hop & Recites Cash Money Millionaires

BFB Da Packman sat down for an interview with HipHopDX on their “Thought Box” series last month.

In a clip from their conversation, which you can watch below, BFB speaks all about Lil Wayne‘s influence and how he “wholeheartedly saved hip-hop”, especially in the years 2006 – 2010.

The Michigan native also opened up about how he feels Wayne does not get the respect he deserves, as well as how he would never ever discredit or talk down on Weezy. He even recited the start of Tune‘s “Cash Money Millionaires” song off Tha Carter!

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