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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks Inspiration, Rebirth Album, GRAMMYs, Tattoos & More With “Soundcheck” [Video]

Throwback - Lil Wayne Talks Inspiration, Rebirth Album, GRAMMYs, Tattoos & More With Soundcheck

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is Lil Wayne‘s 2009 interview with “Soundcheck”, which is a series of musical performances and interviews hosted by Walmart.

In their sit-down conversation, Tunechi spoke on what fans could be expecting from his Rebirth album, the influence behind the project, who he gets his musical inspiration from, and going from rap to rock.

Also in their interview, which you can watch below, Weezy discussed his GRAMMYs experience (winning four awards and performing live), what his tattoos mean, feeling like a genius, how the Internet has helped his career, “Prom Queen“, and more!

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Cordae Reveals How He First Reacted To Hearing Lil Wayne’s Vocals On “Sinister” [Video]

Cordae Reveals How He First Reacted To Hearing Lil Wayne Vocals On Sinister

Cordae sits down with Genius on their “Verified” series to talk all about his “Sinister” single featuring Lil Wayne that has been streamed over 14 million times to date on Spotify.

During their interview, which you can watch below, Cordae explained how the Tunechi feature on “Sinister” came about from Tune telling him to send him “something” as he has “got him”.

The North Carolina artist then mentioned Weezy sent his verse back over the Hit-Boy production in less than 12 hours and revealed how he reacted to first hearing the vocals, especially the lighter flick!

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Mannie Fresh Discusses Lil Wayne’s Genius, Talent & Career With Talib Kweli [Video]

Mannie Fresh Discusses Lil Wayne Genius, Talent & Career

In the latest episode of “People’s Party With Talib Kweli“, special guest Mannie Fresh made an appearance to chat with Kweli himself and co-host Jasmin Leigh.

During his conversation, Fresh spoke all about Lil Wayne‘s genius, talent, and career by revealing how Wayne is “super creative”, how he was always the first one to arrive to the studio and the last one to leave, and his competitive spirit.

Mannie also chatted to Talib and Jasmin about how Tunechi didn’t start cursing in his music until the “Fuck The World” song, what it was like working on Tha Carter album, wanting to still get their Tha Carter/Fresh Files joint project out, and much more. You can check out the interview below!

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Blac Chyna Breaks Down Her Reference On Lil Wayne’s “Ball Hard” Song [Video]

Blac Chyna Breaks Down Her Reference On Lil Wayne Ball Hard Song

Blac Chyna sits down with Genius to appear on their “Between The Lines” series, which you can watch below.

During the 3:30 mark, Chyna explains Lil Wayne‘s reference to her on his “Ball Hard” song off the Funeral album.

“Taylor Swift, tailor-made, made in China, Blac Chyna, Black Mamba, baby mama, Lady Gaga; Wait, Rihanna, ball hard, Sinead O’Connor”

The former stripper also reveals that she has never ever danced for Wayne even though there has been a fake image circulating the net!

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2 Chainz Reveals He Was Almost On Lil Wayne’s “Mrs. Officer” & “Steady Mobbin” Singles [Video]

2 Chainz Talks Being Around Young Money + Reveals He Was Almost On Lil Wayne Mrs Officer & Steady Mobbin Singles

2 Chainz and his roster of artists from his The Real University (T.R.U.) record label recently appeared on Genius’ “For The Record” series to chop it up with Rob Markman.

Around the 8:45 mark of their conversation, Tity Boi revealed he learned about “patience” the most while being around Young Money Entertainment for a very long time.

He also mentioned that he was originally on a few Lil Wayne songs that people don’t know about, such as “Mrs. Officer” and “Steady Mobbin’“. Check it all out below!

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