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Birdman & Juvenile Announce New “Ride Dat” Collaboration With Lil Wayne

Birdman & Juvenile Announce New Collaboration With Lil Wayne

Both Birdman and Juvenile have took to their social media pages to announce a brand new single featuring Lil Wayne.

The song, which will be called “Ride Dat“, will appear on Baby and Juvie‘s forthcoming Just Another Gangsta 2 album.

There is currently no release date for “Ride Dat” except for “coming ASAP”! Are you looking forward to hearing it?

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Feature Friday #175: Mannie Fresh – We Fresh (Feat Lil Wayne)

Mannie Fresh We Fresh Feat Lil Wayne

It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” installment is a Mannie Fresh song called “We Fresh” featuring a chorus from Lil Wayne.

This track, which was also produced by Mannie, appears on his debut studio album, The Mind Of Mannie Fresh, that was released back in 2004.

“Dude fell off, then you fell off, then he fell off, and then the weak fell off; But Wayne’s well off and Mannie’s well off, and the family’s well off”

You can listen to “We Fresh” below.

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Feature Friday #174: Lil Zal – My Blok (Feat Lil Wayne)

Lil Zal My Blok Feat Lil Wayne

For this week’s “Feature Friday” installment, I have picked a song from former Cash Money Records artist Lil Zal called “My Blok” featuring a verse from Lil Wayne.

This Rodney Jerkins-produced track is a leftover from the Honey: Music From & Inspired By The Motion Picture official soundtrack, which was released back in 2003. The record can also be heard playing in a corner store scene on the movie “Honey“.

“My block attitude make me fire at you dudes, sit higher than you dudes, cause it’s gotta be the shoes; Shit, the whole hood was depressed when I moved, but you can’t move the block out the dude, Weezy”

You can listen to “My Blok” below.

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Feature Friday #171: Birdman – S On My Chest (Feat Lil Wayne)

Birdman S On My Chest Feat Lil Wayne

It’s that time of the week again! This week’s “Feature Friday” installment is a Birdman record called “S On My Chest” featuring Lil Wayne.

This Kane Beatz-produced song appears on DJ Khaled‘s album, We The Best, as well as a bonus track on Baby‘s 5 * Stunna album, which were both released back in 2007.

“And you say you want beef? Then I got ya boy; I’ll just let the Big Mac, Whoppa-boy; See my dreads hangin’ lookin’ like a Rasta boy; Fuck with my roster and I turn into Mufasa boy; We run up in ya casa boy, and blast off like NASA boy”

You can listen to “S On My Chest” below.

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Trina, Kevin Rudolf, FatBoyMixx, Tammy Torres & Bigg D Share Stories About Lil Wayne On Mike Sherman’s “Before The Fame” [Video]

Trina, Kevin Rudolf, FatBoyMixx, Tammy Torres & Bigg D Share Stories About Lil Wayne On Mike Sherman Before The Fame

Lil Wayne was the featured guest on the latest episode of Mike Sherman‘s “Before The Fame” series.

The show included old interviews with Wayne, as well as new interviews from Trina, Kevin Rudolf, engineer FatBoyMixx, Tammy Torres, producer Bigg D, and a music trivia with random people on the street.

During Trina‘s interview, she spoke on dating Tunechi, why he is one of the greatest, and confirms he will be featured on her new album The One. Tammy also talked about dating Tune, being in love with him, and how he is not the same person as he was 10 years ago.

For Kevin‘s interview, he discussed how he got signed to Cash Money, what it is like working with Weezy, their chemistry together, and reconnecting on “I Will Not Break“. Stephen McDowell aka FatBoyMixx, who did work on Tha Carter V, chatted about Lil Wayne‘s work ethic, witnessing Wayne record a whole song from scratch in 15 minutes, and called him “the no. 1 rapper”.

Music producer Bigg D spoke about producing JAY Z and Mr. Carter‘s “Hello Brooklyn” collaboration, revealed Weezy is his “favorite artist” that he was worked with, called him “a legend” in the industry, and says all the new generation rappers “pretty much got it from Wayne“. You can check out Tune‘s segment on “Before The Fame” in the video after the jump below. Enjoy!

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Feature Friday #170: TQ – Ride On (Feat Lil Wayne)

TQ Ride On Feat Lil Wayne

For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have picked a single from TQ called “Ride On” featuring a verse from Lil Wayne.

Even though this Livin Proof-produced song does not appear on any official album, it was released as a promo vinyl in the United Kingdom back in 1999 for TQ‘s Daily project.

“That’s how I become Weezy Wee like that; I’m from the streets like that; And on these streets I’mma die; The G-code is what we live by, forever ride”

You can listen to “Ride On” below.

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