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Cortez Bryant Recalls The First Lil Wayne Show He Attended & The First Rap Wayne Spat For Him [Video]

Cortez Bryant Recalls The First Lil Wayne Show He Attended & The First Rap Wayne Spat For Him

Cortez Bryant recently chopped it up with Brian “B.Dot” Miller on his “Art Of Facts” series on Instagram Live.

During their 40-minute interview, Tez revealed what the first Lil Wayne show was that he went to, his favorite tour of all time is the “Drake vs. Wayne” one, and how Drizzy came up with the “Street Fighter” concept for it.

Tunechi‘s longtime best friend also recalled that the very first rap Tune spat for him was about fast food restaurants and discussed the “Lil Weezyana Fest“. You can check out the full conversation after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Says He Has 20 More Albums Ready To Be Released & Reveals “Funeral” Is Related To His “Rebirth” Album [Video]

Lil Wayne Says He Has 20 More Albums Ready To Be Released & How Funeral Is Related To His Rebirth Album

Carrying on with promo for his brand new album, Funeral, Lil Wayne recently called into Zane Lowe‘s Beats 1 radio show on Apple Music over Skype, which you can check out below.

During their interview, Tunechi spoke about how beautiful it is to look back at his albums when he has finished recording them and to see the rewarding results. However, Tune did say that when the projects have been released to the world, he has already began to move on and he even has 20 more albums in his back pocket ready to drop.

Weezy also discussed the concept of his Funeral cover, who came up with the design, “Bastard (Satan’s Kid)“, how he chooses songs for his projects, always rapping in the moment due to never writing anything down, collaborations being done now via text messages, how the “Funeral” name comes from his “Rebirth” album, his relationship with 2 Chainz, “Ball Hard“, features on Funeral, how his “Bing James” collabo with Jay Rock came about, the recent tour with Blink-182, working with Travis Barker, and more!

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Wale Has A Song Featuring Lil Wayne On His “SHINE” Album & They Plan To Shoot A Music Video For It

Wale Has A Collaboration With Lil Wayne On His SHINE Album & They Plan To Shoot A Music Video For It

At the end of June, Wale and Lil Wayne had a studio session to record a track for the Maybach Music Group rapper’s forthcoming SHINE (Still Here, Ignoring Negative Energy) album, due to be released later this year.

The studio session took place at the Record Plant studio in Los Angeles, California on June 27th and The FADER were invited into it. The magazine confirmed that Wale and Weezy recorded a collaboration that night.

Also in the story, which you can read in full here, The FADER mentioned that Wale and Tunechi brainstormed some concepts for a music video, so I think they are planning to make the song a single! Who is looking forward to hearing it?


Release Date For Justin Bieber & Lil Wayne’s “Backpack” Collaboration

Release Date For Justin Bieber & Lil Wayne Backpack Collaboration

On December 23rd, Justin Bieber‘s “Backpack” song featuring Lil Wayne will finally be released on his Journals compilation. We first heard about this song over a year ago after Bieber mentioned it in an interview with Fuse.

Justin also explained the concept of “Backpack” last year during an interview with Flava in New Zealand. The track will include Bieber singing about finding an alien and placing it into his backpack, but the alien is in fact Weezy F Baby.

Wayniacs are you looking forward to hearing this collaboration ❓


Lil Wayne Talks Concept Of “Love Me” Video, On Set With Future & Drake

We saw a teaser yesterday, now here is a new video of Lil Wayne, Future and Drake all on set of the “Bitches Love Me” video shoot in Los Angeles. Also in the clip, Weezy F Baby talks to MTV about the concept of the visual and how the single came together.

“I just got out of a bedroom full of water and three women. The water was cold and they were all over me and I had my shirt off so I’ll probably have pneumonia by the end of this interview, but it’s all good. I ain’t trippin’.”

“The concept of the video is really just to create awesome scenery. A scenery that every man… anyone wanna be in. I appreciate Drake and Future for doin’ this because I’m quite sure they’re hella busy like I am, but I ain’t never too busy to get in a bed with three women, with water everywhere.”

“I think Future gave me that song with the hook on it already if I ain’t mistaken. I just put some words to it and put it out and gave it a shot. I hoped people liked it and they did so here we go.”

The official music video will premiere tomorrow morning at 6AM EST on all MTV channels.