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Kid Buu Calls Lil Wayne The Jesus Christ Of Hip-Hop Culture, Says He & Every Other Rapper Are Clones Of Wayne [Video]

Kid Buu Calls Lil Wayne The Jesus Christ Of Hip Hop Culture, Says He & Every Other Rapper Are Clones Of Wayne

Kid Buu sat down with XXL a couple of months ago to explain why he deserves to be a 2019 Freshman.

During his pitch, which you can watch below, Buu explained that he is known for being a clone, but he is actually just a clone of Lil Wayne.

He then proceeds to say that he thinks everyone is a clone of Tunechi from their image to the way they talk/rap and everyone who appears on this XXL Freshman series should be paying homage plus respect to Tune.

The Jersey artist also pointed out that anyone who says they aren’t influenced by Lil Wayne are still technically influenced by him, because the rapper who does inspire them was more than likely influenced by Wayne. He even mentioned that Weezy is the Jesus Christ of hip-hop culture and the question is not “what would Jesus do?”, but more like “what would Wayne do?”!

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Lil Wayne Calls In To Nicki Minaj’s Apple Music Beats 1 Radio Interview

Lil Wayne Calls In To Nicki Minaj Apple Music Beats 1 Radio Interview

A few days ago, Nicki Minaj sat down with Zane Lowe on his Beats 1 Apple Music radio show for an interview and to premiere her new singles “Barbie Tingz” and “Chun-Li“.

During their interview, Lil Wayne called in to chat about how Nicki has “changed the culture” and how a “whole gang of people” have followed her path.

Throughout the call, Weezy also had some other funny things to say about Zane‘s accent, not listening to anybody else’s music, and more:

“I just wanted to go ahead and let the world know that with the album cover art that the two Fs at the bottom of you know what are for Weezy F F. That was our way of letting the world know that we are a power couple. We got the motivation from the BlackPeopleMeet commercial.”

“‘Do you know how much I love you?’ Just show me tonight… show me tonight.”

“I’ll be waitin’ in the bed butt-naked, Nick.”

You can listen to the hilarious conversation in a clip and see the artwork Tunechi was talking about after the jump below!

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STREETRUNNER Explains How Lil Wayne’s Label Situation Has Hurt The Culture, Shares An Interesting Story About “Gossip” & More [Video]

STREETRUNNER Explains How Lil Wayne Label Situation Has Hurt The Culture, Shares An Interesting Story About Gossip & More

STREETRUNNER recently visited the Producergrind office and sat down with Dylan C and The Letter L Beats for an interview on their podcast.

Just before the 41 minute mark, the Miami producer revealed an interesting story about Lil Wayne‘s “Gossip” song that was recorded at the end of 2006 and how it escaped all of the leaks.

Carrying on with the subject of Tunechi, the producer then explained how Tune‘s situation with Cash Money Records has hurt the culture and how we have probably missed 2 – 3 albums because of this. Watch the full podcast below!

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Rich Homie Quan Talks About Wanting To Be Lil Wayne From A Young Age, Calls Him “The G.O.A.T.” [Video]

Rich Homie Quan Talks About Wanting To Be Lil Wayne From A Young Age, Calls Him The GOAT

Rich Homie Quan recently sat down with Rap-Up for an interview and to promote his debut album, Rich As In Spirit, which is available to stream and buy now.

When asked about his unreleased collaboration with Tunechi, the Atlanta rapper spoke on how he always wanted to be exactly like Tune while growing up:

“I’m from Atlanta, him being from New Orleans, we both from down south, the baggy clothes, the bandanas… what he did to the hip-hop culture, who didn’t wanna be Wayne? At some point, I was growing braids trying to look exactly like Wayne. And this was before I could even understand what he was saying, I was so lost in his image… I want my pants to sag, I want braids. Then when I realized how talented he was, it was over with. He already had me going from the look, then when I was old enough to understand what he could say… when I could just read lyrics… I felt like it was relatable to the story I was going through… Wayne’s the G.O.A.T.”

You can check out Quan speaking about Weezy and call him the G.O.A.T. in a video after the jump below!

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Producer Bangladesh Explains Why Lil Wayne’s “A Milli” Is An Iconic Moment For Hip-Hop & For The Culture

Producer Bangladesh Explains Why Lil Wayne A Milli Is An Iconic Moment For Hip Hop & For The Culture

Last month on February 13th, “A Milli” from Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter III album that was produced by Bangladesh turned 10-years-old.

To celebrate it’s anniversary, the producer explained to Rap-Up why he did not like the single on the first listen, what made him change his mind, how it created a lot of new Weezy fans, the influence it has gave on rappers and producers, and more.

You can see what Bangladesh said about Tunechi‘s “A Milli” song after the jump below!

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Rick Ross Says The Culture Has Accepted The Situation That Lil Wayne Will Never Drop An Album Again & That’s Not The Way It Should Be

Rick Ross Says The Culture Has Accepted The Situation That Lil Wayne Will Never Drop An Album Again & Thats Not The Way It Should Be

Rick Ross recently chopped it up with Billboard to speak on his “Idols Become Rivals” song that is about Lil Wayne‘s current situation with Birdman.

The MMG founder says the culture has accepted the situation that Weezy will not put out an album again while being contracted to Cash Money Records and that’s certainly not the way it should be.

Also in the interview, Rick Ross spoke on shouting out Tunechi at the end of his “Scientology” track and how it would be a power move if he could sign Tune and put out Tha Carter V himself.

You can read everything Ricky said after the jump below. In related news, I have also included another video of a Ross conversation about how no one around him respects Baby for cheating Wayne and DJ Khaled out of millions!

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