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Jae Millz Recalls Lil Wayne Giving Him A Recycled Verse For “Holla At A Playa” At First [Video]

Jae Millz Recalls Lil Wayne Giving Him A Recycled Verse For Holla At A Playa At First

On episode 28 of The Bootleg Kev Podcast, special guest Jae Millz discussed everything from first meeting Lil Wayne to being signed to Young Money Entertainment.

In a clip from their interview, Millzy told the story of how he hit up Tunechi to record a feature for his “Holla At A Playa” single back when he had no record label deal to which Tune replied back to Millz asking him to go to his studio.

After Lil Wayne recorded the verse that night and charged Jae nothing for it, the Harlem rapper’s brother noticed Wayne had rapped this verse on another song before. This is why Weezy rapped the “Millz had to tell me to stop recycling verses and since I don’t write it, I recite it in cursive” line when he recorded a new verse the following night.

Also during their conversation, Jae Millz revealed to Bootleg Kev that he signed to Young Mula not too long after the “Holla At A Playa” remix, as well as recalled his reaction to when Wayne played him the “Lollipop” song for the very first time. You can check out what Millzy said in the video below and be looking out for more parts from the interview to be posted on LilWayneHQ.com soon!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks To SMACK DVD About Nearly Signing To JAY-Z, Juvenile Beef, Birdman Loyalty & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks To SMACK DVD About Nearly Signing To JAY-Z, Juvenile Beef, Birdman Loyalty & More

Just like last week, I have decided to do another #ThrowbackThursday post here on LilWayneHQ.com, so if you would like to see me make this a weekly thing on this website, please let me know in the comments section below.

In today’s throwback clip, which you can check out below, Lil Wayne can be seen giving an interview to SMACK on his tour bus for their iconic street DVD series. This part appeared in SMACK DVD Volume 13 and it was filmed in 2006 after the release of Wayne‘s Tha Carter II album.

During their conversation, Weezy (who was rocking a purple BAPE zip-up hoodie) spoke on T-Streets thriving on smacking people, Trina, speaking to JAY-Z about signing to his record label after Birdman gave him the go-ahead, his beef with Juvenile, signing deals with Reebok and Billionaire Boys Club, his loyalty for Baby, and more!

“Dude may of dissed me or whatever, but I get paid. So when you gettin’ paid, you can’t really look at it. Now if I was hurtin’ it might be a murder or somethin’, but I’m gettin’ paid”

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Lil Wayne Reveals Why His Deal With SUPRA Went Wrong During “Sneaker Shopping” [Video]

Lil Wayne Reveals Why His Deal With SUPRA Went Wrong During Sneaker Shopping

Lil Wayne, who was rocking a pair of Prada Camouflage Combat Boots, recently went “Sneaker Shopping” with Joe La Puma at Neiman Marcus in Bal Harbour, Florida for the Season 10 finale of their series.

During their trip, Wayne recalled drawing the Nike “swoosh” and the Adidas “three stripes” on folders back when he was in school, what he wore in Juvenile‘s “I Got That Fire” music video back in 1999, and how his deal with SUPRA in 2012 got messed up because they didn’t want to do what he envisioned (they wanted something to rival Kanye West‘s Yeezy shoe).

Before spending $7773.55 on sneakers, Weezy spoke on his favorite sneakers to skate in, Kendrick Lamar remembering him rocking the Reebok Workout Low shoes when he signed his Reebok deal, deciding what to wear for court-side NBA games, Drake giving him exclusive Jordans, his stylist Marisa Flores laying out between 100-200 pairs of shoes each night for his shows, TRUKFIT, and more.

You can check all of this go down in the video after the jump below. Tunechi also revealed he has not been to a shopping mall in over 15 years! Did you like the Dior sandals, Balenciaga trainers, Versace slippers, and Dolce & Gabbana sneakers that Tune picked out to buy?

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Cortez Bryant Speaks On Handling Business Deals For Lil Wayne & A Possible Return For TRUKFIT

Cortez Bryant Speaks On Handling Business Deals For Lil Wayne & A Possible Return For TRUKFIT

Cortez Bryant recently chopped it up with VIBE for an interview, which you can read in full below.

During their conversation, Tez discusses handling numerous amount of Lil Wayne‘s partnerships, the new Young Money collection with American Eagle, why they chose the brand for their new clothing line, and more.

Tunechi‘s best friend also revealed what the easiest and most difficult things are about getting deals done for him, what the difference between this new fashion line and their previous one TRUKFIT is, and mentioned TRUKFIT will eventually make a come back!

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Lil Wayne To Release A TV Series Possibly On Netflix & A Fashion Line With American Eagle

Lil Wayne To Release A TV Series Possibly On Netflix & A Fashion Line With American Eagle

Cortez Bryant was a speaker at Midem 2019, which took place at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France on June 4th, to debate about the music industry’s growth with streaming and how rap artists can work with brands.

During his appearance at this year’s Midem event, Tez Poe and Matt Ferrigno of MTW Agency both discussed working with megastars like Lil Wayne:

“15 years ago I was just Lil Wayne’s best friend, talking to these guys in suits… a challenge! But for one of my first deals, with AT&T, I got them to call their grandchildren and ask if they knew Wayne; the kids hollered, and we got the check!” – Cortez Bryant

“The biggest deal we did was with Lil Wayne and Samsung; it enabled us to surpass iPhone for the duration of the campaign. Wayne didn’t even use Galaxy phones! But authenticity can be built.” – Matt Ferrigno

According to the trade show’s official website, Tez also mentioned that Wayne will have a television series coming out next year that maybe premiering on the Netflix platform and has just finalizing a big deal to launch his own fashion line with American Eagle!

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