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Jack Harlow’s “What’s Poppin” Remix Debuts At No. 2, Lil Wayne Earns 25th Top 10 Hit

Jack Harlow Whats Poppin Remix Debuts At Number 2, Lil Wayne Earns 25th Top 10 Hit

Jack Harlow‘s official What’s Poppin” remix featuring Lil Wayne, DaBaby and Tory Lanez has debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard “Hot 100” chart.

This now means Weezy has earned his 25th top 10 hit on the “Hot 100” chart since the start of his career and it is a milestone that only him and Drake share when it comes to hip-hop.

Congratulations to Tunechi on this amazing accomplishment! Are you looking forward to the “What’s Poppin” remix music video?


Busta Rhymes Praises Lil Wayne On Swizz Beatz’ Instagram Live, Debuts Their “Hello” Collaboration [Video]

Busta Rhymes Praises Lil Wayne On Swizz Beatz Instagram Live, Debuts Hello Collaboration

Swizz Beatz recently had Busta Rhymes on his Instagram Live to debut a new Busta song featuring Lil Wayne, which if you’re a frequent visitor of LilWayneHQ, you would be aware that it already leaked in full 2 months ago.

The Rhymes and Tunechi collaboration that was produced by David Banner and recorded back in 2012 is called “Hello“, as well as samples Nirvana‘s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” single.

You can watch a 10-minute clip of the Insta Live session below that also includes Swizz dissing Drake numerous times and Busta Rhymes calling Weezy one of his favorites MCs plus “a very close dear friend and brother”!

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Lil Wayne Had The Biggest Hip-Hop Debut Of The Past Decade

Lil Wayne Had The Biggest Hip Hop Debut Of The Past Decade

Now that we are in a new decade, an amazing accomplishment for Lil Wayne has been revealed that involves the previous decade.

Between 2010 to 2020, Tunechi had the biggest hip-hop debut with pure sales inside the United States of America alone, so a big congratulations is in order for him!

By selling 964,000 copies in the very first week, Weezy has topped the list with his Tha Carter IV album beating out other albums, such as Views, Recovery, Nothing Was The Same, Take Care, Magna Carta Holy Grail, MBDTF, Watch The Throne, Pink Friday, and many more.

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Lil Wayne Debuts At No. 1 With “Funeral” Album + First Week Sales Revealed

Lil Wayne Debuts At Number 1 With Funeral Album + First Week Sales Revealed

The first week sales are in! According to HDD, Lil Wayne debuted at No. 1 this week with his new album Funeral after selling 138,388 units.

From this total number, Tunechi sold 37,229 copies in pure sales of his Funeral project with the rest coming from streaming.

Congratulations to Weezy on reaching the #1 spot on the Billboard 200 chart! What is your favorite song from Funeral?


DJ Envy Reveals Lil Wayne Hit Him Up About Appearing On “The Breakfast Club” [Video]

DJ Envy Reveals Lil Wayne Hit Him Up About Appearing On The Breakfast Club

DJ Envy recently mentioned Lil Wayne has hit him up as he wants to make his debut on Power 105.1 FM’s “The Breakfast Club” radio show for an interview.

The host revealed he has never really met or had a conversation with Wayne and that he did have an opportunity to interview him one time back when he did HOT 97’s morning show, but Weezy ended up leaving after being made to wait too long.

More than likely Tunechi wants to appear on “The Breakfast Club” to promote his upcoming album, Funeral, which currently has no exact release date. Tune also told Envy to tell Charlamagne that he knows he didn’t like his last album Tha Carter V and that he will work harder on Funeral!

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Lil Twist Reveals Why Lil Wayne Stopped The Release Of His Debut Album & Recalls The Early Days Of Young Money [Video]

Lil Twist Reveals Why Lil Wayne Stopped The Release Of His Debut Album & Recalls The Early Days Of Young Money

Lil Twist recently sat down with Real Lyfe Starz for a one on one 40-minute interview that you can check out below.

During their conversation, Twizzy recalled the early days of his career, how he got signed to Young Money, Gudda Gudda giving his artist Fooly Faime a bit of Molly (Ecstasy) before an awards show, and shared a story involving Drake and Degrassi headshots on set of Lil Wayne‘s “A Milli” video shoot.

The Young Money artist also talked about why Wayne stopped his debut album Don’t Get It Twisted from ever being released, how he became a part of the “Growing Up Hip Hop” cast, wanting to get Nicki Minaj on his upcoming Young Carter 2 project, having a Weezy feature on it, and much more!

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