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Lil Wayne Appears In The Trailer For “Mixtape: The Movie” Documentary [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears In The Trailer For Mixtape The Movie Documentary

A trailer has been released for the upcoming “Mixtape: The Movie” documentary, which will feature an appearance from Lil Wayne.

Mixtape: The Movie” will document everything around the mixtape culture and its importance in the hip-hop industry, so it is only right that “Mixtape Weezy” is included in this.

If you wish to attend the world premiere of “Mixtape: The Movie” at the United Palace in New York City on April 7th, click here to order your tickets online. Are you looking forward to seeing the film? Check out the trailer below!

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Lil Wayne Appears On “I Am Athlete”, Talks Longevity, Legacy, Creativity, Rap & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears On I Am Athlete, Talks Longevity, Legacy, Creativity, Rap & More

Lil Wayne was the recent special guest on episode 22 of “I Am Athlete“, which included him sitting down with former NFL players Brandon Marshall, Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson and Adam “Pac-Man” Jones, as well as Omar Kelly for an interview.

During their sit-down talk, Wayne spoke about everything from longevity, if he wants to leave a legacy, evolving in music, seeing the potential in Nicki Minaj and Drake, recording 10,000 Bars with DJ Raj Smoove, and the early parts of his career.

Weezy also discussed his creativity, where he thinks rap is going, the new artists he is currently listening to (Baby Keem and Young Dolph), his artist Euro, what he thinks Aaron Rodgers will do with the Green Bay Packers, why he is a Packers fan, and much more.

Also in their conversation, Ochocinco challenged Tunechi to a rap cypher that included the rappers Lil Dred, Jag, Gorditoflo, Euro, and more. You can check it all out in the video after the jump below!

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Project Pat Recalls Working With Lil Wayne In 1999 + More [Video]

Project Pat Recalls Working With Lil Wayne In 1999 + More

Project Pat sits down with Ya Boi Shad and G. Downs for an interview on their Bad Speakers TV podcast, which you can check out below.

In their conversation, Pat recalled working with Lil Wayne on his debut album, Ghetty Green, back in 1999 on his Ballers” remix.

The Memphis rapper also talked about how Cash Money Records is like a family to him and if he knew when he first met Wayne that he would turn into a monster in the hip-hop industry!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks Christmas, Stacey Dash, The Boondocks, Fame & Much More

Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks Christmas, Stacey Dash, The Boondocks, Fame & More

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, we can check out a Lil Wayne interview with 97.9 The Box radio station in Houston, Texas from back in 2007 around Christmas time.

In the conversation, Weezy talked about his passion for rap, his tattoos including getting Jay Z’s “Lucky Me” song title tattooed on his neck and lyrics from the verse on his leg (he used them at the end of “Mr. Carter” too), creating his “Gossip” track, what he wanted for Christmas, what presents he bought his daughter Reginae Carter for Christmas, and much more.

Tunechi also discussed being too famous and how that effects his privacy, the white cup, his relationship with Karrine Steffans aka Superhead, what New Year’s resolution he had, appearing on “The Boondocks“, Stacey Dash, his thoughts on the GRAMMY Awards, and revealed his favorite collaborations at that moment in time were Natasha Bedingfield’s “Love Like This” remix and Playaz Circle’s “Duffle Bag Boys” single. You can hear the full convo below that even includes Tune spitting a verse from “A Milli“!

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BFB Da Packman Says “Lil Wayne Wholeheartedly Saved Hip-Hop” & Recites “Cash Money Millionaires”

BFB Da Packman Says Lil Wayne Wholeheartedly Saved Hip Hop & Recites Cash Money Millionaires

BFB Da Packman sat down for an interview with HipHopDX on their “Thought Box” series last month.

In a clip from their conversation, which you can watch below, BFB speaks all about Lil Wayne‘s influence and how he “wholeheartedly saved hip-hop”, especially in the years 2006 – 2010.

The Michigan native also opened up about how he feels Wayne does not get the respect he deserves, as well as how he would never ever discredit or talk down on Weezy. He even recited the start of Tune‘s “Cash Money Millionaires” song off Tha Carter!

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