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Feature Friday #192: Freekey Zekey – This Girl (Feat Lil Wayne & Jim Jones)

Freekey Zekey This Girl Feat Lil Wayne & Jim Jones

It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” installment is a track from Freekey Zekey called “This Girl” featuring verses from Lil Wayne and Jim Jones.

This song was recorded at the end of 2008 for the former Dipset member’s L.I.E (Loyalty Is Everything) project, which never saw the light of day.

“It smell like potpourri, yeah that pussy great; And shawty body shaped like a figure 8; She ’bout to get ate – 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1; And I won’t stop until she cum; And I just mop up with my tongue”

You can listen to “This Girl” below.

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YFL Kelvin Calls Lil Wayne One Of His Biggest Influences, Says Wayne’s VH1 Documentary Made Him Want To Be A Rapper [Video]

YFL Kelvin Calls Lil Wayne One Of His Biggest Influences, Says His VH1 Documentary Made Him Want To Be A Rapper

YFL Kelvin recently sat down with 247HH for an interview that you can check out below.

During their conversation, Kelvin revealed that the rappers who inspired him the most are Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, 50 Cent and Dipset.

The Cleveland rapper then went into more detail about why Weezy is one of his biggest inspirations and that is because he came into the music industry hungry at a very young age.

Kelvin also recalled when Tunechi dropped his Da Drought mixtape around the same time that PSP (PlayStation Portable) came out and he used to play NBA 2K while listening to every Tune song. He even mentioned that watching Wayne‘s VH1 documentary about his life made him want to become a rapper!

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RSONIST Talks About First Working With Lil Wayne & “I Can’t Feel My Face” [Video]

RSONIST Talks About First Working With Lil Wayne & I Cant Feel My Face

RSONIST from hip-hop production duo The Heatmakerz recently visited Shade 45’s “Sway In The Morning” radio show to chat with Sway Calloway and Heather B.

At the 7:15 mark of their conversation, the multi-Platinum producer spoke on Remy Ma missing out on one of the beats from Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter II album (it would of either been “Tha Mobb” or “Receipt“).

Also during their interview (see below), RSONIST talked about when he first started working with Tunechi, which was around the days when he was chilling with Dipset, as well as revealed why he thinks Tune and Juelz Santana‘s joint I Can’t Feel My Face project never came out!

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Lil Wayne, Wu-Tang Clan, Dipset & More To Headline The 14th Annual A3C Music Festival

Lil Wayne, Wu-Tang Clan, Dipset & More To Headline The 14th Annual A3C Music Festival

Lil Wayne has been announced as a headliner for the upcoming 2018 A3C Music Festival & Conference, which will take place at the GA Freight Depot in Atlanta from October 6th – 7th.

As well as Weezy, there will also be live performances from Wu-Tang Clan (who will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut album Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers), The Diplomats aka Dipset, Curren$y, Young MA, PRhyme, Mannie Fresh, and plenty more at this year’s A3C Festival.

You can check out the full lineup and get more details about the music festival on the official flyer after the jump below! If you wish to attend the concert, click here to order your passes online! Will you be going?

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Joe Budden Says The Reason Southern Rappers Are Winning Right Now Is Because Of Cam’ron First Embracing Lil Wayne [Video]

Joe Budden Says The Reason Southern Rappers Are Winning Right Now Is Because Of Camron First Embracing Lil Wayne

In a recent episode of Complex’s “Everyday Struggle” series, Joe Budden explained why he thinks the South is winning in hip-hop right now and it is because of Cam’ron co-signing Lil Wayne.

Joe revealed that no one up North was messing with Southern music until Cam’ron first embraced Tunechi. He then mentioned that this is when Tune started claiming he was the Best Rapper Alive and proved it with his bars.

You can check out exactly what Budden said after the jump below! Do you think the reason for Southern rappers’ success in hip-hop today is all due to Dipset rocking with Weezy?

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