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T-Pain Confirms A “T-Wayne II” Joint Album With Lil Wayne, Discusses The Rapper “T-Wayne” & More [Video]

T-Pain Confirms A T-Wayne 2 Joint Album With Lil Wayne, Discusses The Rapper T-Wayne & More

Earlier this year, both T-Pain and Lil Wayne hinted at another joint album together, and now Pain has confirmed a T-Wayne II project will be happening.

While promoting his new album 1UP, which also includes the Wayne-featured song “Goat Talk“, T-Pain spoke one on one with Ebro for an interview on Beats 1 radio about the rapper who goes by the name of “T-Wayne”, his relationship with Weezy, the T-Wayne II project, and more.

From the 8:05 mark in the conversation below, Pain revealed him and Tunechi will be recording a T-Wayne II collaboration album and that he already has hooks done which he is about to send to Tune. He also spoke about why he put out the first T-Wayne project for free in 2017!

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Swizz Beatz Reveals Lil Wayne’s “Uproar” Single Did Not Have A Chorus At First [Video]

Swizz Beatz Reveals Lil Wayne Uproar Single Did Not Have A Chorus At First

Swizz Beatz sat down with Nessa from HOT 97 last month for a one on one conversation to promote his latest album, Poison.

During their interview, Swizz spoke on if he knew Lil Wayne‘s “Uproar” single that he produced would take off like it did, as well as how the track didn’t have a chorus at first until he created one from Wayne‘s vocals.

The NYC producer and rapper also revealed that him and Weezy did a swap for swap song for each other’s album with “Pistol On My Side” on Poison and “Uproar” on Tha Carter V.

You can check out everything what Beatz said about Tunechi from the 8:20 mark in the video after the jump below! Are you still playing “P.O.M.S.” and “Uproar“?

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Damian Lillard Speaks On Lil Wayne’s Recording Process, “Run It Up” & More [Video]

Damian Lillard Speaks On Lil Wayne Recording Process, Run It Up & More

Damian Lillard aka Dame D.O.L.L.A. recently sat down with HotNewHipHop for a one on one interview to chat all about his new single “Run It Up” featuring Lil Wayne.

The NBA player and rapper revealed “Run It Up” is probably the best song he has released to date, as well as what he learned from being in the studio with Weezy.

Dame also spoke on Tunechi‘s recording process, Birdman clearing the feature, and told a story of Tune coming up with a hook idea while a beat played in the studio!

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2 Chainz Shares Stories Of Being Around Lil Wayne In The Studio + How Wayne Helped Him Rap Without The Usual Structure Of Bars & Hooks

2 Chainz Shares Stories Of Being Around Lil Wayne In The Studio & How Wayne Helped Him Rap Without The Usual Structure Of Bars & Hooks

2 Chainz was the special guest on episode 136 of Complex’s “Everyday Struggle” series, which you can check out below.

At the start of their conversation, Tity Boi spoke on how he never really cared about counting his bars when he first started rapping and how being around Lil Wayne made him not follow the usual structure of verses and hooks on a song. He even shared a funny story of Wayne rapping 40 bars with no hook.

Later on in the interview, Chainz revealed one of his biggest motivations of his music career was being next to Weezy in the studio working while he was being told he had just sold 1 million copies of his Tha Carter III album!

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Lil Wayne Talks “Gotta Lotta” Hook, Getting In Trouble With His Gang For “Blue C-Note” & Raps A CeeLo Green Verse

Lil Wayne Talks Gotta Lotta Hook, Getting In Trouble With His Gang For Blue C-Note & Raps A CeeLo Green Verse

In part 3 of Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz‘ interview with Rob Markman from Genius, the duo discussed ColleGrove tracks, being influenced by Goodie Mob, and Wayne also rapped CeeLo Green’s verse from “Goodie Bag” word for word.

Weezy even spoke on what Mannie Fresh production means to him, how he came up with the “Gotta Lotta” hook, getting in trouble with the Bloods for rapping on “Blue C-Note“, and his “I keep on switchin’ wifeys, you gotta Uncle Phil me” line off the song while backstage at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia after the “TIDAL X: ColleGrove” show on March 30th.

You can watch the conversation after the jump below. Click here to check out part 2 of the interview and here to check out part 1. Part 4 will be released tomorrow!

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Charlie Puth Speaks On “Nothing But Trouble” Collaboration With Lil Wayne & Shooting The Video In Miami

Charlie Puth Speaks On Nothing But Trouble Collaboration With Lil Wayne & Shooting The Video In Miami

Charlie Puth recently sat down with Tony Moras from Young Hollywood for an interview about working with Wiz Khalifa on “See You Again“, hanging out with Vin Diesel, his “Marvin Gaye” single, and working with Lil Wayne.

At the 6:20 mark of the conversation, which you can check out below, Charlie discussed how he came up with the chorus for his and Wayne‘s “Nothing But Trouble” collaboration, one year later Weezy wanting to jump on the song, and more.

Puth also spoke on him and Mr. Carter shooting the music video for “Nothing But Trouble” together in Miami and how it made him feel “like a G”, as well as “so much cooler”, because he was standing back to back with Tunechi and he could hear Tune rapping his parts!

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