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Lil Wayne Performs “Lollipop”, “How To Love”, “Money On My Mind” & More Live In Colorado

Lil Wayne Performs Lollipop, How To Love, Money On My Mind & More Live In Colorado

Weezy F Baby performed live at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado on September 10th for a stop on the “Drake vs. Lil Wayne” tour.

Below, you can watch some great quality footage of the two Young Money rappers performing “The Motto“, “Believe Me“, “HYFR“, “A Milli“, “Rich As Fuck“, “Lollipop“, “Bitches Love Me“, “How To Love“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Every Girl“, “Hold On, We’re Going Home“, “Go DJ“, “Pop Bottles“, “Leather So Soft“, “Drop The World“, “Make It Rain“, “Money On My Mind“, “Swag Surf“, “Wasted“, and “Ride For My Niggas“.

Also during the show, Tunechi can be seen calling Drake “Jimmy” after his character in Degrassi, playing the guitar, and confirming that his Tha Carter V album will be released on October 28th. Click here to view photos from the concert that ended in a tie!

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The Game Hits The Studio With Lil Wayne & His Guitar

The Game Hits The Studio With Lil Wayne & His Guitar

The Game has uploaded a photo to his Instagram page, which you can view above, of Lil Wayne in the studio strumming a guitar with the following caption:

In the studio wit Tunechi gettin that work in. bloodmoneylafamilia album in stores September 16th !!!!!!!! #BloodMoon #YearOfTheWolf

There is no word just yet on what project The Game and Weezy were working on, but most-likely it would of been one of Game‘s upcoming albums – Blood Moon: The Year Of The Wolf (due to drop on September 16th) or The Documentary 2 (due to drop in early 2015).

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Lil Wayne Talks Drugs, Love, Family, Cash Money, Fans & More In Unreleased Vibe Interview

Lil Wayne Talks Drugs, Love, Family, Cash Money, Fans & More In Unreleased Vibe Interview

Benjamin M. Ingram recently posted an interview he did with Lil Wayne back in early 2008 on the new Myspace to celebrate Tha Carter III reaching it’s fifth anniversary. This interview was done for Vibe magazine, but for some reason it was never published.

During the interview, Weezy F Baby spoke about his health, his creative process, planning to retire at 35, being in love, drugs, his family, why he works as hard as he does, playing the guitar, his relationship with Mannie Fresh, Tha Carter III, what motivates him, Cash Money Records, what he would be doing if he was not in the music industry, fans, legacy, if he would rather be Jay-Z or 50 Cent, and plenty more.

You can read the full interview after the jump below. It is a great read for any Tune fan!

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Video: Lil Wayne’s Public Service Announcement

This 30 minute video is a must watch for everyone! Lil Wayne gets deep and personal talking about Steve Jobs’ death, why he drank syrup, why he tattooed his whole body, why he bought a Bugatti, why he learned how to play a guitar and put out a rock album, and why he learned how to skateboard. Tune also shows us a little bit of his mansion, starts to skateboard on his roof, and tells us about how he was considered a “Chief Blood” in Rikers Island.

I think we can all agree that this is rare from Weezy and we don’t normally get anything like this from him, but hopefully Wayne will carry on releasing these vlogs for us.

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Video: Lil Wayne Says New Single “How To Love” Gives Him Goose Bumps x More

Above, Lil Wayne speaks about his new single “How To Love” with Sway when the two sat down after the taping of Weezy‘s upcoming Unplugged special.

“I can tell you that I’ve never had a single like it, and it’s an amazing song. It’s an amazing song. When I listen to it I get goose bumps,” Weezy said. “And I feel like the song is gonna take me somewhere that I’ve never been musically.”

Tunechi, who recently extended his I Am Still Music Tour through September, is looking to diversify his live show, and “How to Love” would help him do that. “You know that if you come to a Lil Wayne show two years from now, you already know that ‘I’m gonna get rap — some of the best rap — I’m gonna get some guitar, I’m gonna get some singin’, I’m gonna get some dancin’, I’m gonna get some old-school music, and I’m goin’ to a show tonight.’ And I think that’s where this song is directing me to.”

For Birdman Jr., rap just isn’t enough anymore. “I am a musician, and a few years back, I noticed that I wasn’t just a rapper. And I noticed that I didn’t want to do this just to rap,” he said before clarifying his point. “I do want to go down as one of the greatest rappers of all time, but I also want to go down as one of the greatest musicians of all time.

“When you think about it, Tupac is just known as a great rapper; Biggie is just known as a great rapper, Jay-Z — just known as a great rapper,” he continued. “I want to be known as that rapper that turned it all the way up and became the face of the music.”

Actually, Wayne looks to epitomize the word one day. “When they make a billboard and put whoever they gonna put up there to define the word ‘music,’ I wanna be there.” – MTV

After the jump, you can watch videos of Detail speak on producing “How To Love” (says Weezy recorded the song in November 2010), Rick Ross chat about his great relationship with Lil Wayne and the John” single, and Birdman talk about Tune‘s Tha Carter IV album (says he thinks it will be one of the best albums in history).

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