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Lil Wayne Appears In Jay Jones’ “Late Nights, Early Mornings” Documentary [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears In Jay Jones Late Nights Early Mornings Documentary

Jay Jones has released a new documentary called “Late Nights, Early Mornings”, which was directed by Flot and shot by B Dragon.

At the beginning and middle of the mini film, which you can watch below, Lil Wayne appears on FaceTime with Jay‘s father Ronald “J-Dawg” Jones.

There are also appearances from Mack Maine, actor Jason Mitchell, PJ Morton, Nesby Phips, Fee Banks, Jay Jones’ grandma, and more.

During the documentary, Jones revealed it is a dream for him to record music with Tunechi that he has not yet woke up from, as well as spoke on how Tune goes to the studio for 26 hours straight and then heads to the skate park!

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Netsky Says It Was A “Childhood Dream” For Him & Bazzi To Work With Lil Wayne [Video]

Netsky Says It Was A Childhood Dream For Him & Bazzi To Work With Lil Wayne

Before premiering “I Don’t Even Know You Anymore“, Netsky spoke to Zane Lowe on Beats 1 Apple Music’s radio show all about his new collaboration with Lil Wayne and Bazzi.

The Belgium music producer discussed why he got Tunechi and Bazzi on his new single, revealed it had been in the works for a while, and added that it was a “childhood dream” for both himself and the Michigan singer-songwriter to work with Tune.

You can check out everything that Netsky had to say, including calling Weezy “an icon and legend”, in a video after the jump below!

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Reason Says Lil Wayne Is His “Favorite Rapper Of All Time” & Dream Collaboration

Reason Says Lil Wayne Is His Favorite Rapper Of All Time & Dream Collaboration

Reason, who is signed to the record label Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE), recently mentioned on his Instagram Story that his dream collaboration is with Lil Wayne.

The Carson, California rapper must really want to work with Mr. Carter as in his top 5 list he added “Wayne”, “Tunechi”, “Weezy”, and “Dwayne Carter”, with the last spot going to J. Cole.

In related news, Reason participated in an interview with Ambrosia For Heads last month and revealed that his “favorite rapper of all time” is Wayne, as well as also said that it was the Dedication 5 mixtape which inspired him to do music himself!

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Jacquees Says Lil Wayne Is The Reason He Signed To Cash Money Records

Jacquees Says Lil Wayne Is The Reason He Signed To Cash Money Records

Jacquees recently chopped it up with TIDAL to promote his debut studio album, 4275, available on all music platforms now.

The Cash Money Records artist revealed Lil Wayne is his favorite rapper and his dream collaboration, as well as that Birdman told him personally he will make the collabo happen.

Also during their interview, which you can read below, Jacquees spoke on growing up listening to the Hot Boys, looking up to Tunechi as a kid, and Tune being the reason that he signed to Cash Money!

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Trippie Redd Confirms He Has 2 New Songs With Lil Wayne, Calls Wayne His “Idol” & “Dream Collaboration”

Trippie Redd Confirms He Has 2 New Songs With Lil Wayne, Calls Wayne His Idol & Dream Collaboration

Earlier in the week on October 3rd, Trippie Redd sat down with HipHopDX for an interview backstage at his show inside the Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, California.

During his conversation, Trippie revealed how he got a cosign from Lil Wayne, confirmed he has 2 new songs with Wayne that also feature Lil Twist and HoodyBaby, and called Weezy his “idol”, as well his “dream collaboration”.

You can read everything what Redd had to say about Tunechi after the jump below. He even mentioned that we can expect his tracks with Tune to drop “soon”!

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Tyga Discusses Learning From Two “Geniuses” Lil Wayne & Kanye West [Video]

Tyga Discusses Learning From Two Geniuses Lil Wayne & Kanye West

Tyga recently sat down with HotNewHipHop at GOOD Studios in Los Angeles for a one on one interview that you can watch below.

During their conversation, T-Raww spoke on idolizing Lil Wayne, as well as recalled listening to Wayne‘s mixtapes in his bedroom when he was younger to wish one day he will be able to rap with him, which came true!

The former Young Money rapper also discussed the different lessons he has learned from being around 2 people he calls lyrical geniuses – Weezy and Kanye West.

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