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Fat Joe, Lil Wayne & Dre Shoot A New Music Video In Miami

Fat Joe, Lil Wayne & Dre Shoot A New Music Video In Miami

Last night, Fat Joe and Lil Wayne shot a new music video together in Miami, Florida.

As you can see from the picture above with Dre on set, the upcoming song was more than likely produced by Cool & Dre, or Dre handles the hook.

Are you looking forward to this new Wayne visual that is being directed by Eif Rivera?!

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Feature Friday #167: Fat Joe – Make It Rain (Feat Lil Wayne)

Fat Joe Make It Rain Feat Lil Wayne

It’s that time of the week again! This week’s “Feature Friday” installment is a Fat Joe single called “Make It Rain” featuring a chorus from Lil Wayne.

This Scott Storch-produced song appears on Joey Crack‘s album, Me, Myself & I, which was released back in 2006.

“Yeah, I’m in this bitch with the Terror; Got a hand full of stacks, better grab an umbrella; I make it rain, I make it rain, I’m in this bitch with the Terror; Got a handful of stacks, better grab an umbrella; I make it rain, I make it rain, make it rain on them hoes”

You can watch the “Make It Rain” music video that was directed by Chris Robinson below. Click here to also check out a visual for the official remix featuring a verse from Wayne!

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Jennifer Lopez Reveals Lil Wayne Is In Her Top 5 Rappers Of All Time List

Jennifer Lopez Reveals Lil Wayne Is In Her Top 5 Rappers Of All Time List

Jennifer Lopez sat down for an interview with TIDAL’s “CRWN” series at the Manhattan Center in New York City on April 9th.

During her conversation, J. Lo revealed who her top 5 rappers of all time are to which she named: Nas, Big Pun, Fat Joe, The Notorious B.I.G., and Lil Wayne.

“Nas is one of my favorite rappers of all time. He might be my number one. I don’t think I’ve heard anybody who raps, who hits me in the same way. He sounds like the guys I grew up with, but he’s also so intelligent. I always felt he was so smart. I just love that, I love his style. I would say I’d have to rep for Pun and [Fat] Joe. Biggie. I would definitely say Lil Wayne as well. He did call me Miss Lopez on a song like I was a teacher. So cute.

If you didn’t already know, Wayne and Lopez worked together on her “I’m Into You” single back in 2011!

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Fat Joe Praises Lil Wayne, Says There “Might Not Be A Better Guy In Hip-Hop” [Video]

Fat Joe Praises Lil Wayne, Says There Might Not Be A Better Guy In Hip Hip

Fat Joe took to social media on the Wednesday before the Friday that Tha Carter V dropped on to praise Lil Wayne.

The Bronx rapper had plenty of compliments for his “brother” and “heart” Weezy, as well as revealed that he was so excited to hear C5:

“I can’t wait for that Carter V… I love Lil Wayne… might not be a better guy in hip-hop. I know you see tattoos and whatever the fuck you wanna see… sweetest guy, best guy on the planet earth. I’mma support him till I die, he got Joey Crack on his team forever, I’mma support Lil Wayne. He’s one of the greatest rappers of all time, not only that, he’s my brother, he’s my heart. I’m glad his music is coming out, I’m supporting that one million percent… not that he needs my support, because Lil Wayne is that nigga.”

You can check out everything Joey Crack had to say about Tunechi while drive in a video after the jump below!

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Fat Joe Praises Lil Wayne While Discussing His Top 5 G.O.A.T. List [Video]

Fat Joe Praises Lil Wayne While Discussing His Top 5 GOAT List

Fat Joe recently sat down with Funkmaster Flex on Hot 97 for an interview were he spoke about some of his all-time favorite rappers.

While naming JAY Z, The Notorious B.I.G., Nas, Eminem, and Big Pun in his top 5 G.O.A.T. list, Joey Crack then remembered Lil Wayne and had the following to say about him:

“Lil Wayne is in that. Lil Wayne would be the king of that era. I’ll just say it early, Lil Wayne would be the king. His pen was phenomenal. He was running circles on niggas. Remember when he did that JAY Z shit over? We couldn’t even believe a nigga could rap like that.”

You can watch a clip of Joe discussing the best MCs after the jump below! Do you agree with his top 5 list?

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“Tha Carter III” Collaborators Discuss Lil Wayne’s Iconic Album

Tha Carter III Collaborators Discuss Lil Wayne Iconic Album

For the tenth anniversary of Tha Carter III on June 10th, Billboard asked a few of the people involved with the classic Lil Wayne album to speak all about it.

Producers Bangladesh, Play-N-Skillz, Dre from Cool & Dre, and David Banner, as well as singer Bobby V discussed how the C3 songs came together and what the album’s legacy is looking like.

You can check out everything what they all had to say below. My favorite story has to be Banner revealing how he originally created “La La” for the film Shrek, but Wayne was like: “Fuck Shrek! I want that!”

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