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K Camp Recites His Favorite Lil Wayne Verse & Reveals Why The Lyrics Are Deep To Him [Video]

K Camp Recites His Favorite Lil Wayne Verse & Reveals Why The Lyrics Are Deep To Him

K Camp paid a visit to Power 106 radio station in Los Angeles, California for a sit-down interview.

During their conversation, the Atlanta rapper was asked to spit lyrics from himself or his favorite artist to which he decided to rap the following:

“Last year they had the Grammys and left me in Miami; Sleepin’ on a nigga like I’m rappin’ in my jammies; I’m rappin’ when you sleep, I was rappin’ when you were in jammies”

Below, you can watch Camp recite bars from his favorite Lil Wayne verse, “I’m Me“, and also reveal that he understood these lyrics more the older he got and they hit him deep!

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Trippie Redd Explains Why Lil Wayne Is His Idol, Names His 3 Favorite Wayne Songs [Video]

Trippie Redd Explains Why Lil Wayne Is His Idol, Names His 3 Favorite Wayne Songs

Last week, Trippie Redd sat down with Rendez Vous for a one on one interview while he was in Paris, France.

During their conversation at the 4:05 mark, the host told Trippie that he reminds him of Lil Wayne and asked the Ohio rapper what does Wayne mean to him. Redd then called Wayne his idol, said he looks up to him, and revealed he has listened to all of Weezy‘s albums to see his growth from the beginning to now.

Also in the interview, which you can watch below, Lil 14 mentioned Tunechi is “so inspiring” and all of his music is “meaningful” with him always saying “deep shit”. He even added that Tune is the founder of diamond teeth, face tattoos, dreads, and the rock crossover with hip-hop thanks to his Rebirth album.

Before the conversation changed to another subject, Trippie Redd explained what it was like meeting Mr. Carter and named “Comfortable“, “Nightmares Of The Bottom” and “I Feel Like Dying” as his top 3 favorite Lil Wayne songs!

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Big Sean Says Lil Wayne Told Him To Say “Tha Carter V” Album Is “On The Way” [Video]

Big Sean Says Lil Wayne Told Him To Say Tha Carter 5 Album Is On The Way

Big Sean recently complimented Lil Wayne on social media by saying he changed rap forever, and now he has done an interview with MTV to elaborate on his praise for Wayne.

The Detroit rapper talked about Weezy‘s verse on their collaboration “Deep“, revealed he used to ride to school bumping Dedication, Tha Carter and 500 Degreez, and mentioned he is “one of the biggest Lil Wayne fans in the world”.

Before they changed subject, Sean also added “and that Carter V on the way too, he told me to say that”, which is hopeful news! You can watch their conversation in a video after the jump below!

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Big Sean Praises Lil Wayne On Social Media, Says He Changed Rap Forever

Big Sean Praises Lil Wayne On Social Media, Says He Changed Rap Forever

While at Power 106’s 2017 Powerhouse concert in San Bernardino on Saturday (May 6th), Big Sean took a photo with Lil Wayne and complimented him on social media by saying Wayne changed rap and hashtagged Tha Carter V.

“Man I’ll never forget what u said bout me on my song ‘Deep’ bro on some real shit. U changed rap 4ever, God bless you! #C5”

Sean is of course talking about Weezy‘s verse on his “Deep” single: “Like this shit is deeper than rap, I cannot say that shit enough times; I feel like Sean don’t get enough shine; Is it because he ain’t got the tattoos? He ain’t throwing up signs? Well let me throw up mine and also let me share this vision of mine; Fuck the finish line, just finish in lines; And if getting your point across crosses the line; Some of the time, then cross it with pride; That’s real my nigga, remember that; It ain’t about if they remember you, they remember rap; So just spit it back and hope somebody diggin’ that, cause this shit is deep.”

You can check out the Instagram post after the jump below!

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Big Sean Brings Out Lil Wayne To Perform “Deep” Live For The First Time In Detroit [Videos]

Big Sean Brings Out Lil Wayne To Perform Deep Live For The First Time In Detroit

Big Sean brought out Lil Wayne during his “Finding Paradise” homecoming show at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan on November 6th.

While on stage, Weezy performed “A Milli“, “Rich As Fuck“, “Bitches Love Me“, “How Many Times“, and “Deep” live for the first time with Sean.

You can watch some great-quality footage of Tunechi and Big Sean‘s live performance at the concert, which looked crazy, after the jump below!

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Big Sean Says Lil Wayne Is “Going Down In Rap History For Sure” & Talks About “Deep”

Big Sean Says Lil Wayne Is Going Down In Rap History For Sure & Talks About Deep

German website HipHop.de recently caught up with Big Sean for an interview about his latest album, Dark Sky Paradise, and how the “Deep” collaboration with Lil Wayne came about.

Sean discusses how it felt listening to Tunechi‘s verse for the first time and why he appreciates it. He also revealed that he used to ride to school bumping Tha Carter and Dedication, as well as that Tune will be “going down in rap history for sure”.

You can check out the conversation in the video after the jump below. Be sure to skip to the 7:00 mark to go straight to the Weezy question!

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