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Lil Wayne Talks About New Orleans Hosting The Super Bowl XLVII & More [Video]

While taking a break between plays and before the cameraman situation at DIRECTV’s 7th Annual Celebrity Beach Bowl game, Lil Wayne speaks to Nikki Novak from Young Hollywood for a quick interview.

They talked about Weezy F Baby‘s strategy to to beat his friend Snoop Lion (formerly known as Snoop Dogg), performing at Electronic Arts’ Madden Bowl XIX party, how it feels to see his hometown New Orleans host the 2013 Super Bowl, and more.

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Lil Wayne Performs At The EA Sports “Madden Bowl XIX” Party In New Orleans [Pictures]

Lil Wayne Performs At EA Sports Madden Bowl XIX Party In New Orleans

Last night, Lil Wayne performed live at Electronic Arts‘ “Madden Bowl XIX” party at the Bud Light Hotel in his hometown New Orleans, Louisiana. Weezy F Baby, who was rocking apparel from his TRUKFIT clothing line and a pair of sneakers from his SUPRA Chimera shoe line, performed songs off his Tha Carter IV album, such as “She Will” and “John“.

Tune also had a band-aid on his cheek, which he explained to the crowd that it was from a recent skateboarding accident. You can view more photos of Wayne performing at the EA Sports party below.

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Lil Wayne & Big Boi Announced As Performers At EA Sports’ “Madden Bowl XIX” Party

Lil Wayne & Big Boi Announced As Performers At EA Sports Madden Bowl XIX Party

Before performing at GQ magazine’s 2013 Super Bowl party on February 2nd, Lil Wayne will also be performing live at Electronic Arts‘ “Madden Bowl XIX” party at the Bud Light Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana on January 31st.

Other music artists who will also be performing at the EA Sports event is Big Boi and Vintage Trouble, as well as Mick Boogie playing DJ for the night.

“Madden Bowl is a cool bookend to the Madden NFL 13 season,” said Anthony Stevenson, senior director of marketing for EA Sports. “What’s unique about Madden is that athletes want to be entertainers, and entertainers want to be athletes. Lil Wayne raps about Madden all the time, and he’s done stuff with the soundtrack. Madden Bowl allows these two groups get together and share a common interest of Madden and gaming. Last year, Drew Brees was on the railing going crazy for Snoop Dogg at Madden Bowl XVIII.”

Via The Hollywood Reporter

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