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Steve EQ The Great Recalls Recording Lil Wayne In 2005 & Reveals How “I Can’t Feel My Face” Leaked [Video]

Steve EQ The Great Recalls Recording Lil Wayne & Reveals How I Cant Feel My Face Leaked

A few months ago, Steven Vargas aka EQ The Great aka Steve The Engineer sat down with GRLA Hebrew and Tazadaq Sicarii to explain how he was done wrong by Juelz Santana.

Around the 1:45 mark of the clip below, Steve revealed how he first got started to become Juelz‘s recording engineer, which was back in 2005, and one of the first projects he worked on was I Can’t Feel My Face. He even recalled recording Lil Wayne in his brother’s closet in New Jersey.

The former Dipset engineer also spoke about why Juelz Santana and Wayne decided they wanted to release ICFMF as an album instead of a mixtape (money involved), as well as mentioned it was Santana‘s artist from Philadelphia, Jay Bezel, who leaked the project online by leaving a copy of the CD in a car!

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Cam’ron Talks About Lil Wayne’s Work Ethic & Why He Was Not In The “Touch It Or Not” Music Video

Camron Talks About Lil Wayne Work Ethic & Why He Was Not In The Touch It Or Not Music Video

Earlier this month, Cam’ron sat down with N.O.R.E. aka Noreaga and DJ EFN for an interview on their “Drink Champs” podcast.

During their conversation, Cam was asked why was Lil Wayne not in the music video for their “Suck It Or Not” collaboration to which he ends up revealing Boosie Badazz and Webbie were originally featured on the song.

The Dipset rapper also praised Wayne and talked a little bit about Weezy‘s work ethic by saying he works fast and he will always send a verse back before the sun goes down. Check it out below!

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Chubbie Baby Recalls Working With Lil Wayne On “I Can’t Feel My Face”, Keri Hilson’s “Turnin Me On” & Ester Dean’s “Drop It Low” Remix [Video]

Chubbie Baby Recalls Working With Lil Wayne On I Cant Feel My Face, Keri Hilson Turnin Me On & Ester Dean Drop It Low Remix

Chubbie Baby recently chopped it up with DGB for an “Off The Porch” interview, which you can check out below.

During their conversation, Chubbie spoke on having production on the unreleased Lil Wayne and Juelz Santana collaboration album, I Can’t Feel My Face, including the “Bad Side” song. He also shared the story of how “Leanin’ Low” with himself, Wayne and Juelz came about.

The CEO of AweSomLife Entertainment then explained how he ended up getting a Tunechi feature on Keri Hilson‘s “Turnin’ Me On” single for producer Polow Da Don straight away. Chubbie mentioned that instead of receiving money from Polow, he instead asked for a job at Zone 4 and got it. While working at the Zone 4 record label, he was the reason behind Tune jumping on Ester Dean‘s “Drop It Low” remix!

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Un Kasa Reveals Juelz Santana & Lil Wayne Are Planning To Release A Whole New Version Of “I Can’t Feel My Face” [Video]

Un Kasa Reveals Juelz Santana & Lil Wayne Are Planning To Release A New Version Of I Cant Feel My Face

In a brand new interview with Mikey T The Movie Star from Report Card Radio, Dipset’s very own Un Kasa revealed Juelz Santana and Lil Wayne have a whole new joint album together that they plan to release.

At the 4:45 mark of their conversation, Un Kasa shared stories of witnessing the recording process for the original I Can’t Feel My Face project by saying Juelz and Wayne recorded a few collaborations together in the studio, but the majority of it was sent back and forth via e-mail.

The Diplomats associate goes on to recall how Santana would e-mail a song to Tunechi and then 30 minutes later, Tune would e-mail him back with the verse done. Un Kasa also spoke on how Weezy recorded 2 songs for Skull Gang (Juelz’s hip-hop group) on the day that he found out he went Platinum in the first week with Tha Carter III that are still unreleased to this day.

You can check out the interview in a video after the jump below. Even though Un Kasa reveals the OG version of ICFMF never dropped because neither Juelz Santana or Lil Wayne could figure out the business side of it, are you looking forward to hearing the new version of their long-awaited collab album?

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Jim Jones Recalls A Crazy Story That Left Him Wanting To “F*ck Wayne Up” [Video]

Jim Jones Recalls A Crazy Story That Left Him Wanting To Fuck Wayne Up

For episode 413 of “The Joe Budden Podcast With Rory & Mal“, the three guys sat down with Jim Jones for an interview, which you can check out below.

At the 2:53:00 mark of their conversation, Jim recalled a crazy story that included the time when the late Stack Bundles begged him to get Lil Wayne featured on their “Weather Man” collaboration back in 2006 to which he was successful in doing so.

However, Jim Jones goes on to say that he “wanted to fuck Weezy up” after Wayne went and rapped a similar hook on Fat Joe‘s “Make It Rain” single. Even though he “loves Weezy to death”, Jones did mention he was ready to take it to next level after he saw Tunechi at a club before Juelz Santana stepped in and stopped anything from escalating. The Dipset rapper also revealed Tune gave him an explanation over the “Make It Rain” chorus and that was: “Yo, I be high”!

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