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G-Eazy – When You’re Gone (Feat Lil Wayne)

G-Eazy When Youre Gone Feat Lil Wayne

After first receiving word of this collaboration back in April, G-Eazy‘s “When You’re Gone” featuring a chorus and verse from Lil Wayne has now surfaced online.

The song was recorded for Eazy‘s upcoming album, These Things Happen Too, due to be released later on this year.

You can stream “When You’re Gone” after the jump below! Do you like this one more than “Order More“?

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G-Eazy Calls Lil Wayne One Of His Favorite Rappers, Reveals What Their Upcoming Collaboration Is About [Video]

G-Eazy Calls Lil Wayne One Of His Favorite Rappers, Reveals What Their Upcoming Collaboration Is About

We first heard about this upcoming song back in April, and now G-Eazy is teasing his collaboration with Lil Wayne even more in a brand new interview.

While sitting down with NME, the Bay Area rapper called Tunechi one of his “favorite rappers of all time” and revealed his forthcoming track with Tune will be about living in the moment and appreciating your heroes while they’re still alive.

You can watch Eazy confirm Weezy will be on his new album, which he says will be released “very soon”, and chat all about their collabo after the jump below. The two of them last worked together on “Order More“!

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G-Eazy’s “Order More” Featuring Lil Wayne, Yo Gotti & Starrah Is Now Certified Platinum

G-Eazy Order More Featuring Lil Wayne, Yo Gotti & Starrah Is Now Certified Platinum

After going Gold last year, G-Eazy‘s “Order More” single featuring Lil Wayne, Yo Gotti and Starrah reached Platinum status last month (March 13th).

According to the RIAA, the DJ Spinz, Southside, and GSP-co-produced collaboration has been purchased and streamed over 1 million times since it was officially released on April 1st, 2016.

Congratulations to everyone involved with the “Order More” song! Click here to read the lyrics.

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G-Eazy Announces New Collaboration With Lil Wayne

G-Eazy Announces New Collaboration With Lil Wayne

G-Eazy has took to Twitter to announce he has an new collaboration with Lil Wayne on the way:

“Lil Wayne vocals just came in !!! Albums gonna be historic”

The song will appear on Eazy‘s upcoming album, which is currently untitled and has no release date, but hopefully it drops soon.

Young Gerald and Wayne have previously worked together on the “Order More (Remix)” and the “I Like Tuh (Remix)“! Are you looking forward to hearing their new collabo?

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Lil Wayne To Headline Soundset 2019 Over Memorial Day Weekend

Lil Wayne To Headline Soundset 2019 Over Memorial Day Weekend

Lil Wayne has been announced as a headliner for the 12th annual Soundset Music Festival, which will be taking place at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in Minneapolis, Minnesota over Memorial Day Weekend on May 26th.

This will be Tunechi‘s very first appearance at Soundset and if you wish to attend this year’s music festival, click here to order your tickets online that start at a price of $109.00 for general-admission and $240.00 for VIP.

As well as Weezy, there will also be live performances from DMX, Lil Uzi Vert, G-Eazy, SZA, Trippie Redd, Taylor Bennett, Run The Jewels, Flatbush Zombies, Tech N9ne, Royce Da 5’9″, Bas, YBN Cordae, and plenty more. You can check out the full lineup below!

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DJ Khaled, Dave East, Asian Doll, G-Eazy, T.I., Trippie Redd, Vic Mensa & 26 More Rappers Reveal Their Favorite Lil Wayne Projects

DJ Khaled, Dave East, Asian Doll, G-Eazy, TI, Trippie Redd, Vic Mensa & 26 More Rappers Reveal Their Favorite Lil Wayne Projects

Over 30 hip-hop artists (33 to be exact) have revealed to XXL what their favorite project in Lil Wayne‘s discography is.

Included in the list of 33 rappers are: Ace Hood, Asian Doll, Curren$y, Dave East, DJ Khaled, G-Herbo, G-Eazy, Juicy J, King Los, Lil Durk, Problem, Royce Da 5’9″, Swizz Beatz, T.I., Trippie Redd, Tyga, Vic Mensa, and more.

The answers that some of them chose, which you can see below, vary from the Sqad Up mixtapes to the Hot Boys albums, to the Dedication mixtapes, to the Da Drought mixtapes, to the No Ceilings mixtapes, to the Sorry 4 The Wait mixtapes, to The Suffix, to Tha Block Is Hot, to Tha Carter albums, and to Like Father Like Son!

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