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2 Chainz Recalls Lil Wayne Giving Him The “Duffle Bag Boy” Chorus For Free & More [Video]

2 Chainz Recalls Lil Wayne Giving Him The Duffle Bag Boy Chorus For Free & More

2 Chainz was a recent guest on the 85 South Show podcast where he chopped it up with DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller and Chico Bean.

While on the show to promote his new So Help Me God album, Chainz spoke at the 35:45 mark about one of his very first singles with Playaz Circle, which was “Duffle Bag Boy” featuring Lil Wayne.

Tity Boi explained how he first met Weezy and Birdman, being thankful to Tunechi for giving him the “Duffle Bag Boy” chorus for free as it changed his life, how Tune used to perform all of the song on tour, and much more. Check out the full interview below!

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Lil Wayne Appears On “Car Test”, Reveals He Is Still Working On His “Velvet” Album [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears On Car Test, Reveals He Is Still Working On His Velvet Album

I previously posted plenty of pictures just under 3 weeks ago, and now the latest episode of Elliott Wilson and TIDAL‘s “Car Test” series with Lil Wayne is available on YouTube.

Throughout the episode, which you can check out after the jump below, Wayne can be seen chatting to Elliott while driving around Miami in a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 and listening to his brand new album, Funeral.

In their conversation, Weezy talked about wanting to keep his Rebirth album series going with the “Funeral” title, including songs that he recorded years ago on Funeral, why he still does intros, outros and skits on his projects, and confirmed he is still working on his forthcoming Velvet album.

Tunechi also spoke on learning how to create hooks after Mannie Fresh and Juvenile used to do them for him back in the day, trying to pay attention to new generation rappers, how his collaboration with The-Dream came about on “Sights And Silencers“, and much more!

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Lil Wayne Talks Recording Process, Female Rappers, Hooks & Reveals “Funeral” Is Not His Last Album

Lil Wayne Talks Recording Process, Female Rappers, Hooks & Reveals Funeral Is Not His Last Album

To help promote his brand new Funeral album, Lil Wayne chopped it up with Entertainment Weekly over the phone for an interview.

During their conversation, Weezy revealed he had recorded at least 72 songs for Funeral, explained why he named the album what he did, and confirmed if he died tomorrow this would not be his last project.

Tunechi also discussed his recording process, Sinead O’Connor, hooks, the features on Funeral, female rappers, shared advice for young rappers, and much more. You can read everything what Tune had to say after the jump below!

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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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Swizz Beatz Reveals Lil Wayne’s “Uproar” Single Did Not Have A Chorus At First [Video]

Swizz Beatz Reveals Lil Wayne Uproar Single Did Not Have A Chorus At First

Swizz Beatz sat down with Nessa from HOT 97 last month for a one on one conversation to promote his latest album, Poison.

During their interview, Swizz spoke on if he knew Lil Wayne‘s “Uproar” single that he produced would take off like it did, as well as how the track didn’t have a chorus at first until he created one from Wayne‘s vocals.

The NYC producer and rapper also revealed that him and Weezy did a swap for swap song for each other’s album with “Pistol On My Side” on Poison and “Uproar” on Tha Carter V.

You can check out everything what Beatz said about Tunechi from the 8:20 mark in the video after the jump below! Are you still playing “P.O.M.S.” and “Uproar“?

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