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Terrance Williams Talks His Brothers Birdman & Slim Signing Lil Wayne, The Kiss, Talent & More [Video]

Terrance Williams Talks His Brothers Birdman & Slim Signing Lil Wayne, The Kiss, Talent & More

Terrance “Gangsta” Williams sits down with RealToonTV for an interview, which you can watch after the jump below.

In their conversation, Terrance recalls being around for when 12-year-old Lil Wayne was first signed to Cash Money Records, what he thought about Wayne and Birdman kissing, and more.

Baby and Slim‘s blood brother also talks about the time Tunechi let him hear his music first and being astonished by his talent at such a young age. He also remembers telling Slim that he knew Weezy would be special and take over Cash Money!

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Kevin Rudolf Speaks On “Spit In Your Face”, Favorite Lil Wayne Memory, Unreleased Music With Wayne & More

Kevin Rudolf Speaks On Spit In Your Face, Favorite Lil Wayne Memory, Unreleased Music With Wayne & More

Kevin Rudolf recently participated in a Q&A (question and answer) session with a Lil Wayne Discord server that you can read in full below.

In the interview, Kevin spoke on how Wayne was originally supposed to get on his “In The City” song, how “Spit In Your Face” was due to be a single from Rebirth until it got leaked, being signed to Cash Money Records, his best memory with Tunechi, and what his favorite Tune songs of all time are.

The New York singer and songwriter also revealed he has sent over some music to Lil Wayne for his new project, what his favorite Wayne era is, he has two unreleased rock collaborations with Weezy, what it is like inside a studio session with Mr. Carter, and much more!

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Turk Shares Old Lil Wayne Stories On The Tippie Toe Podcast [Video]

Turk Shares Old Lil Wayne Stories On The Tippie Toe Podcast

Turk was one of the recent special guests on the Tippie Toe Podcast, which you can watch in full down below.

During their virtual interview, Turk shared many old stories from the Hot Boys and early Cash Money Records days, as well as discussed witnessing Lil Wayne freestyle in person.

The YNT founder also spoke about why he always mentions Wayne‘s name when telling the crabs story, how Wayne used to be jealous of Young Buck because Birdman asked Buck to freestyle for others rather than asking himself, how close Wayne and Buck came to having a fight over a girl (which included Wayne grabbing an iron), and more!

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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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Lil Wayne Discusses His Childhood, Not Believing In Racism, Playing Tennis & More On The “More To It” Podcast

Lil Wayne Discusses His Childhood, Not Believing In Racism, Playing Tennis & More On The More To It Podcast

Lil Wayne recently participated in a 1-hour conversation with former American football player Marcellus Wiley on his “More To It” podcast, which is a show featuring interviews with entertainers.

In their convo, Wayne discussed growing up in the 17th Ward of New Orleans, signing to Cash Money Records, dressing up as Michael Jackson and performing for his family at a young age (this is when he realized he loved performing), his late stepfather Rabbit, the Cash Money/Ruff Ryders tour, Slim Williams, the moment when Birdman and Slim knew he was a solo artist and not a Hot Boy anymore, and being a student of the game every single day.

Also during their talk, Weezy spoke on wanting to become the ultimate music artist, how it feels to be in the conversation for the greatest rapper of all time, Roger Federer being the G.O.A.T. in tennis, playing tennis himself with his homie T@, the time he said he does not believe in racism on “Undisputed”, what he would tell his older self if he could go back in time, the Green Bay Packers, preferring American football over basketball, preferring Los Angeles over Miami, and what the hardest part and the best part about being Lil Wayne is.

You can watch a clip of Tunechi‘s interview with Marcellus after the jump below, as well as also listen to the full podcast on Apple Music. Tune was also asked who he personally thinks is the greatest rapper of all time to which he first said The Notorious B.I.G. before then going on to choose Jay Z!

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