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Cory Gunz Says Him & Lil Wayne Have So Much Unreleased Fire Music Together [Video]

Cory Gunz Says Him & Lil Wayne Have So Much Unreleased Fire Music Together

Cory Gunz recently sat down with DJ Thoro and Hynaken for an interview with ThisIs50 to promote his upcoming project called Kriminal Minded.

At the start of their conversation, the Gunna confirmed he is still signed to Young Money and revealed that him and Lil Wayne have so much unreleased “fire” music, which Wayne is saving, but he does not know when the songs will drop.

Before the interview wrapped up, the YM artist also spat a freestyle for the camera. You can check it all out in the video after the jump below! Are you ready to hear some new Cory and Weezy?

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Preview Lil Wayne’s “Old Town Road” Verse

Preview Lil Wayne Old Town Road Verse

A snippet of Lil Wayne rapping over Lil Nas X‘s “Old Town Road” single has surfaced online.

With Nas X releasing an official remix for this song a couple of days ago with Billy Ray Cyrus, Young Thug and Mason Ramsey (the Walmart yodeling kid), I wonder if Weezy was supposed to be on it too?

You can listen to a sneak peek of Tunechi‘s “Old Town Road” verse after the jump below! Why do you think Tune was left off the official remix? Could it maybe have something to do with not wanting to be on the same track as Thug?

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Lil Wayne – Mind Right (Freestyle)

Lil Wayne Mind Right Freestyle

After first hearing a snippet last year, here is the full version of Lil Wayne‘s freestyle over TK-N-Cash‘s “Mind Right” single.

There is no word of when this song was recorded, but I would guess it was either for Weezy‘s Sorry 4 The Wait 2 or No Ceilings 2 mixtapes in 2015 from the Cash Money shots and possible Young Thug diss.

“I take CMB off the YM, I’m just spell checking”

You can listen to Tunechi‘s “Mind Right” freestyle that was produced by Stoopid Beats below! Thoughts?

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Jody Breeze Discusses Having Unreleased Music With Lil Wayne [Video]

Jody Breeze Discusses Having Unreleased Music With Lil Wayne

Jody Breeze recently sat down with Ben Scarborough and Jake Kopanski for an interview with Atlanta based multimedia studio and record label Third Eye Collective to promote his new project, I Still Feel Like Rappin’.

Around the 15:00 mark of their conversation (see below), Jody revealed he has music with Lil Wayne that no one has heard yet as before Hurricane Katrina, they both sat in Wayne‘s crib along with Boo and recorded about 8 songs together.

If you didn’t already know, Breeze and Tunechi have previously collaborated together on “Catch Me If You Can” and “Lil’ Daddy“. Tune also referenced him on his “Dreams & Nightmares” freestyle off Sorry 4 The Wait 2: “Had that Snowman in the hood like Jody Breeze”!

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Lloyd Reveals What His Favorite Collaboration With Lil Wayne Is [Video]

Lloyd Reveals What His Favorite Collaboration From Himself & Lil Wayne Is

Lloyd recently sat down with LowKey from Apple Music’s Beats 1 Radio show to promote his new album, Tru, which includes the 2016 collaboration with Lil Wayne – “Holding“.

During their conversation, the R&B singer-songwriter chatted about his relationship with Tunechi and revealed that his favorite collabo from them is “The Bandits“, which was never released officially. He also added that Tune freestyled his whole verse after one of his concerts in Atlanta and kept on rapping even after the beat ended.

Carrying on with the story, the New Orleans native mentioned Weezy ended up going mad after him and his people were kicked out of the studio. You can check out everything what Lloyd had to say below, as well as also listen to an unfinished version of “The Bandits“!

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Lil Wayne Spits A New Freestyle Over “Best Rapper Alive” At Lil Weezyana Fest [Video]

Lil Wayne Spits A New Freestyle Over Best Rapper Alive At Lil Weezyana Fest

During this year’s “Lil Weezyana Fest” in New Orleans on August 25th, Lil Wayne spat a new freestyle over his “Best Rapper Alive” beat off Tha Carter II.

“I told my homie: ‘I know where to find him’; He said: ‘you late, we already got ’em; And by the way, it was an honor’; That made my day, I was so proud of him; I gave ’em something from my favorite designer, and a chihuahua”

You can watch Tunechi rap this new verse after the jump below. Click here to also see Birdman make a public apology to Tune at the 4th annual “Lil Weezyana Fest”!

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