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Feature Friday #195: Gudda Gudda – Young Money Hospital (Feat Lil Wayne)

Gudda Gudda Young Money Hospital Feat Lil Wayne

For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have picked a song from Gudda Gudda called “Young Money Hospital” featuring his Young Mula boss Lil Wayne.

This track appears on Double G‘s Guddaville mixtape, which was released back in 2009.

“Hollygrove gangsta, mixtape mangler; Wheels on the Coupe, lips bigger than Tapanga’s; Two middle fingers, you don’t wan’ my anger; Better call the rangers, but you gon’ need the angels”

You can listen to “Young Money Hospital” below.

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Gudda Gudda & Lil Wayne – Demolition Freestyle Part 1 x Part 2 x Young Money Hostpital

Gudda Gudda & Lil Wayne - Demolition Freestyle Part 1 x Part 2 x Young Money Hostpital

Here are three songs which feature Lil Wayne from Gudda Gudda‘s Guddaville mixtape which dropped earlier today. One song is the full version to “Young Money Hospital” with less DJ, and the other two are “Demolition” freestyles. You can listen and download the songs below, and you can download the full Guddaville mixtape at YoungMoneyHQ.com.

Bonus: Here is a short snippet of a Lil Wayne Rebirth song called “Roller Coaster“:

Props to WeezyFan from the forums.

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Lil Wayne Wows ‘Em In The Rain At New York [Review + Pictures]

Lil Wayne Wows Em In The Rain At New York Pictures

A lot of rain actually.

It didn’t dampen attendance (or enthusiasm) one bit, as 17,000 demonstrative fans came out and were on their feet and dancing the entire night. Though the music reflected black culture, there were scant few African-Americans in the audience; it was mainly screaming, young, white girls.

New Orleans rapper Lil Wayne has been making waves with his melodic rock- infused rap, and though he’s not blazing any new ground, he is putting an unmistakable stamp on it.

From his long dreadlocks to his tattooed tears, Wayne is not your cliché rapper. At SPAC, in red cap, camouflage pants and toothy grin, Wayne walked out to adoring high-pitched screams unlike you’ve ever heard here. A slick set used a high-tech screen and pyro like a big rock band.

A Milli” was rap with a reggae lilt in the vocal delivery, albeit nasally and quite processed by electronic effects — there’s a fine line between coloring the tone, and helping prop up a vocal. “Go DJ” just roared, making the floor rattle and the hairs on your arm stand up and vibrate.

Even though Lil Wayne could do no wrong for this enamored crowd, the show wasn’t perfect. The giant video screen planted center stage was supposed to go up after the first few numbers, but remained stuck in place, obscuring the band, and limiting Wayne‘s movement.

The guitar-riff-driven “Prom Queen” was a slow grind whine about a heartbreaker, and the crowd went crazy. Soon rapper Birdman came out for some intense give and take; young Tyga got in his face as well.

For “Every Girl“, all the openers and guests were on stage for a wicked finale; by then even the video screen complied and rose up to its proper position.

Shouts to TimesUnion and if you would like to see more pictures from the concert, click the more tag below:

Also, in case you missed it, we had the chance to release the Gudda GuddaGuddaville” mixtape cover earlier, so you can check that out here and major shout outs to @Gudda1, @DeeJayIllWill and @RealDJRockstar!

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