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Fat Joe, Lil Wayne & Dre Shoot A New Music Video In Miami

Fat Joe, Lil Wayne & Dre Shoot A New Music Video In Miami

Last night, Fat Joe and Lil Wayne shot a new music video together in Miami, Florida.

As you can see from the picture above with Dre on set, the upcoming song was more than likely produced by Cool & Dre, or Dre handles the hook.

Are you looking forward to this new Wayne visual that is being directed by Eif Rivera?!

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Cool & Dre Rate “Album Lil Wayne” & “Mixtape Weezy” [Video]

Cool & Dre Rate Album Lil Wayne & Mixtape Weezy Video

Cool & Dre recently sat down with BET to appear on their “Rate The Bars: VS” series. This is where they rated lyrics from Lil Wayne‘s mixtapes and albums.

In the clip, the production duo rated lyrics from “Album Lil Wayne” and “Mixtape Weezy“, which included the songs: “Dedication 3“, “A Milli“, “Bank Account“, “I Am Not A Human Being“, “SportsCenter“, “Phone Home“, “Watch My Shoes“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Addictive“, and “Playing With Fire“.

You can check out Cool & Dre‘s ratings after the jump below! What do you personally prefer out of “Album Wayne” and “Mixtape Weezy“? Let me know in the comments section below!

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Feature Friday #154: Birdman – 100 Million (Feat Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Dre & Jeezy)

Birdman 100 Million Feat Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Dre & Jeezy

For this week’s “Feature Friday” installment, I have picked a single from Birdman called “100 Million” featuring an intro and outro from DJ Khaled, a hook from Dre, and verses from Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Young Jeezy.

The Cool & Dre-produced song appears on Baby‘s third studio album, 5 * Stunna, which was released back in early 2007.

“Blood Gang swarm like a red ant pile; Mean mug, like I can’t smile; Like my grill didn’t cost me a 100 thou'”

You can watch the official “100 Million” music video that was directed by Gil Green below.

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Music Artists, Athletes & Producers Tease Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album

Music Artists, Athletes & Producers Tease Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Album

As we are approaching Lil Wayne‘s long-awaited Tha Carter V album, I thought I would make a post of all the music artists, producers and athletes who have been recently teasing the project.

We have already seen Floyd Mayweather and James Harden promote C5, and now Wale, Iamsu!, Odell Beckham Jr., Cool & Dre, Metro Boomin, and Vinylz (produced “Believe Me” with Drake) have all hinted at the album on their social media pages.

You can check out what all of these people have said about Tunechi‘s upcoming Tha Carter V album after the jump below and I will be sure to update this post if anyone else famous promotes the project! When do you think C5 will be dropping? Maybe Tune‘s birthday (September 27th)?

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STREETRUNNER, Infamous, ONHEL & More Producers Recall Working On Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter III” Album

STREETRUNNER, Infamous, ONHEL & More Producers Recall Working On Lil Wayne Tha Carter 3 Album

Earlier this month on June 10th, it was the tenth anniversary of Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter III album.

We’ve already seen music artists and producers share their thoughts on the iconic project (here, here, and here), and now we can see what more producers who worked on C3 had to say about it.

Below, you can check out STREETRUNNER, Infamous, Play-N-Skillz, Fabian Marasciullo, ONHEL, and Cool and Dre from Cool & Dre share their thoughts and stories on Weezy‘s classic Tha Carter III album! Do you still bump C3?

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“Tha Carter III” Collaborators Discuss Lil Wayne’s Iconic Album

Tha Carter III Collaborators Discuss Lil Wayne Iconic Album

For the tenth anniversary of Tha Carter III on June 10th, Billboard asked a few of the people involved with the classic Lil Wayne album to speak all about it.

Producers Bangladesh, Play-N-Skillz, Dre from Cool & Dre, and David Banner, as well as singer Bobby V discussed how the C3 songs came together and what the album’s legacy is looking like.

You can check out everything what they all had to say below. My favorite story has to be Banner revealing how he originally created “La La” for the film Shrek, but Wayne was like: “Fuck Shrek! I want that!”

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