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Mannie Fresh Expresses His Desire To Do One More Joint Album With Lil Wayne [Video]

Mannie Fresh Expresses His Desire To Do One More Joint Album With Lil Wayne

While on Instagram Live recently, Mannie Fresh expressed his desire to do one more joint project with Lil Wayne before he retires from music.

Mannie told his viewers that him and Weezy need to make history one more time with no other producers involved, as well as that the collaboration album doesn’t even need to be full of songs – just 8 or 9 will do.

It is not only Tunechi who Mannie Fresh wants to do joint albums with, he also wouldn’t mind producing full projects with Nas, JAY-Z and Jay Electronica. I don’t know what the hold up is, but Fresh and Tune need to go ahead and drop that Tha Carter/Fresh Files!

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Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj & Drake Make “Hot 100” History

Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj & Drake Make Hot 100 History

According to Chart Data, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Drake are officially the top 3 rappers with the most charting singles ever in Billboard “Hot 100” history!

To date on the “Hot 100” chart, Drizzy has had a total of 207 entries, Wayne has reached a total of 167 appearances, and Nicki has earned a total of 108 entries.

This is a crazy accomplishment for “The Big Three” and Young Money! Would you like to see all 3 of them work together more?

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Lil Wayne Is The First Artist In History To Debut Two Songs In The “Hot 100” Top 5 At The Same Time

Lil Wayne Is The First Artist In History To Debut Two Songs In The Hot 100 Top 5 At The Same Time

After Tha Carter V topped the Billboard 200 this week, Lil Wayne has become the first music artist in history to debut two songs simultaneously in the top 5 on Billboard’s “Hot 100” chart.

Just missing out to Maroon 5 and Cardi B’s “Girls Like You” at No. 1, Weezy‘s “Mona Lisa” featuring Kendrick Lamar debuts at No. 2 while his “Don’t Cry” track featuring XXXTentacion enters at No. 5.

The Young Money founder also joins his label-mate Drake as the only artists in history to debut four records in the top 10 on the “Hot 100” in a single week as “Uproar” debuted at No. 7 and “Let It Fly” featuring Travis Scott appeared at No. 10.

Tunechi is now tied with Eminem for male artists with the most “Hot 100” top 10 debuts as they both have 11 each and are 1 behind Drizzy, who is in the first place with 12. He has also surpassed JAY Z for the second most “Hot 100” top 10s among rappers with 24. Congratulations to Tune on all these achievements!

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Watch Lil Wayne’s Love Letter To His Hometown New Orleans

Lil Wayne Love Letter To His Hometown New Orleans

In this post, you can watch a new video presented by The FADER and Beats By Dre called “Lil Wayne’s Love Letter To New Orleans“.

During the video, we can see some new and old footage of Tunechi and the city of New Orleans along with Tune doing a voice-over.

Weezy talks about his love for NOLA and reveals he can’t go 2 months without visiting his hometown. He also mentions that he had to work very hard to be a part of N.O. history and all music from the city inspires him!

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Big Sean Says Lil Wayne Is “Going Down In Rap History For Sure” & Talks About “Deep”

Big Sean Says Lil Wayne Is Going Down In Rap History For Sure & Talks About Deep

German website HipHop.de recently caught up with Big Sean for an interview about his latest album, Dark Sky Paradise, and how the “Deep” collaboration with Lil Wayne came about.

Sean discusses how it felt listening to Tunechi‘s verse for the first time and why he appreciates it. He also revealed that he used to ride to school bumping Tha Carter and Dedication, as well as that Tune will be “going down in rap history for sure”.

You can check out the conversation in the video after the jump below. Be sure to skip to the 7:00 mark to go straight to the Weezy question!

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50 Cent Talks Relationship With Lil Wayne, Pusha T Calls “Dedication 5” Trash

In the clip above, you can listen to two recent interviews about Lil Wayne; one from 50 Cent with Funk Flex on Hot 97 and one from Pusha T with DJ Envy on Sirius XM’s Hip Hop Nation show.

50 talked about how Young Money overtook Cash Money, his relationship with Wayne, when they last chopped it up, working on business projects with Ronald “Slim” Williams, New Orleans, and more. Kidd Kidd also joined in the interview and mentioned that him and Tune have had some history in the past, appearing on Dedication 5, and confirms they have a collabo on Street Fame.

Pusha chatted about why he keeps sending shots to Weezy F Baby, who he says has fell off, and not responding to Jae Millz. He also thinks Tunechi‘s Dedication 5 mixtape is trash.

I’m sure everyone by now knows that Pusha is a joke and you can’t take anything he says seriously. Anyways, would you Wayniacs like to see a 50 Cent and Lil Wayne collaboration in the future ❓