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Throwback Thursday: A Rare Lil Wayne Interview With DJ Felli Fel Backstage At 2008 Powerhouse [Video]

A Rare Lil Wayne Interview With DJ Felli Fel Backstage At 2008 Powerhouse

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare Lil Wayne interview with DJ Felli Fel that took place backstage of Power 106 FM’s annual “Powerhouse” concert at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California on June 21st, 2008.

In their conversation, Weezy talked about wanting to see The Game and Ice Cube perform live at Powerhouse, being surprised he sold 1.5 million records with Tha Carter III in less than a month of it being released, and more.

Tunechi also spoke on recording features for The Pussycat Dolls and Chris Brown earlier in the day, as well as already working on Tha Carter IV after the C3 release. You can check out their rare convo after the jump below!

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Chris Brown Recalls Himself & Lil Wayne Asking Busta Rhymes To Re-Record His “Look At Me Now” Verse [Video]

Chris Brown Recalls Himself & Lil Wayne Asking Busta Rhymes To Re-Record His Look At Me Now Verse

To promote his latest album, Breezy, Chris Brown sat down with the L.A. Leakers (Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk) from Power 106 for an interview that you can watch below.

During their conversation at the 29:55 mark, CB recalled himself and Lil Wayne asking Busta Rhymes to re-do his verse on the “Look At Me Now” single while they were all in a studio session at The Hit Factory with Timbaland.

“Busta gave me a verse at first and it was just cool. Wayne was like: ‘I don’t know.’ I was like: ‘Yo Bus, I need you to go in bro, just do your sh*t bro.’ He said: ‘alright motherf*cker!’ He was like: ‘I gotchu.’ He just went crazy.”

After Busta re-did his verse, this is then when Wayne decided to record a verse for “Look At Me Now“, which Breezy says was originally supposed to be just a mixtape song before he decided to place it on his F.A.M.E. album in 2011. The track is now 8x Platinum!

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Yung Bleu Says Him & Lil Wayne Have A Slower Song On The Way

Yung Bleu Says Him & Lil Wayne Have A Slower Song On The Way

In a recent Instagram post, Yung Bleu revealed that him and Lil Wayne have another collaboration on the way that is more of a slower song than their previous “Possessive” collab with Chris Brown.

Also on social media (see the post below), Bleu confirmed that “Possessive” was originally his record which he gave to Breezy for his album, as well as that this was his and Weezy‘s very first song they worked on together.

The Alabama music artist and producer shared a screenshot of a text message that shows Tunechi had text him back to say the following: “Wrkn on the slow one u left for me rn”. Are you looking forward to hearing some more new Bleu and Tune music?

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Chris Brown – Possessive (Feat Lil Wayne & Yung Bleu)

Chris Brown Possessive Feat Lil Wayne & Yung Bleu

We first heard about this track last month, then we received a snippet earlier this month, and now we can hear the full version of Chris Brown‘s “Possessive” featuring Lil Wayne and Yung Bleu.

The Nate Rhoads-produced collaboration can be found on CB‘s tenth studio album, Breezy, which is available on all music streaming platforms now.

You can stream “Possessive” after the jump below! What are your thoughts on this song?

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Chris Brown Talks About Lil Wayne’s Verse On His “Breezy” Album [Video]

Chris Brown Talks About Lil Wayne Verse On His Breezy Album

Chris Brown recently sat down with Big Boy TV at his home for a one on one interview, which you can watch below.

From 8:50 mark of their conversation, Chris talked about the Lil Wayne and Yung Bleu collab “Possessive” on his upcoming Breezy album, due to be released this Friday (June 24th).

While talking to Big Boy about the feature, CB mentioned he has a “natural genuine relationship” with Wayne and he believes the Young Money CEO is “very talented”. He also added the following statement:

“Lil Wayne gave me probably one of the hardest verses… I couldn’t put the Breezy album out without him on.”

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