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Yung Bleu Confirms Lil Wayne Is Featured On His Upcoming Album

Yung Bleu Confirms Lil Wayne Is Featured On His Upcoming Album

Yung Bleu has confirmed he has a feature from Lil Wayne on his upcoming album that he is calling “special” and “classic”.

The Alabama music artist and producer has revealed the collaboration will be at least 4 minutes long and include both of them rapping with no hook. He even mentioned this has fulfilled his childhood dream:

“I really fulfilled my child hood dream and rapped 4 minutes on a song with Wayne no hook straight bars … Never thought in my wildest dream I’ll be doing that . This album special 🙏 its a classic fasho”

Are you looking forward to hearing this new collab from Bleu and Wayne? The two of them last worked together on the “Bleu Snappin” song off the re-release of Sorry 4 The Wait!

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KSI Says Lil Wayne Was Only Supposed To Record A Chorus For “Lose” [Video]

KSI Says Lil Wayne Was Only Supposed To Record A Chorus For Lose

KSI chops it up with Cruz and Lechero from The Cruz Show for a virtual interview that you can check out in full below.

At the 9:15 mark of their conversation, JJ Olatunji talks all about his “Lose” single featuring Lil Wayne that appears on the deluxe edition of his All Over The Place album.

The British YouTuber, rapper and boxer revealed Wayne was only originally supposed to record a hook, but he ended up doing more than what he was meant to by sending over a verse too!

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Jim Jones Recalls A Crazy Story That Left Him Wanting To “F*ck Wayne Up” [Video]

Jim Jones Recalls A Crazy Story That Left Him Wanting To Fuck Wayne Up

For episode 413 of “The Joe Budden Podcast With Rory & Mal“, the three guys sat down with Jim Jones for an interview, which you can check out below.

At the 2:53:00 mark of their conversation, Jim recalled a crazy story that included the time when the late Stack Bundles begged him to get Lil Wayne featured on their “Weather Man” collaboration back in 2006 to which he was successful in doing so.

However, Jim Jones goes on to say that he “wanted to fuck Weezy up” after Wayne went and rapped a similar hook on Fat Joe‘s “Make It Rain” single. Even though he “loves Weezy to death”, Jones did mention he was ready to take it to next level after he saw Tunechi at a club before Juelz Santana stepped in and stopped anything from escalating. The Dipset rapper also revealed Tune gave him an explanation over the “Make It Rain” chorus and that was: “Yo, I be high”!

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2 Chainz Recalls Lil Wayne Giving Him The “Duffle Bag Boy” Chorus For Free & More [Video]

2 Chainz Recalls Lil Wayne Giving Him The Duffle Bag Boy Chorus For Free & More

2 Chainz was a recent guest on the 85 South Show podcast where he chopped it up with DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller and Chico Bean.

While on the show to promote his new So Help Me God album, Chainz spoke at the 35:45 mark about one of his very first singles with Playaz Circle, which was “Duffle Bag Boy” featuring Lil Wayne.

Tity Boi explained how he first met Weezy and Birdman, being thankful to Tunechi for giving him the “Duffle Bag Boy” chorus for free as it changed his life, how Tune used to perform all of the song on tour, and much more. Check out the full interview below!

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Lil Wayne Appears On “Car Test”, Reveals He Is Still Working On His “Velvet” Album [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears On Car Test, Reveals He Is Still Working On His Velvet Album

I previously posted plenty of pictures just under 3 weeks ago, and now the latest episode of Elliott Wilson and TIDAL‘s “Car Test” series with Lil Wayne is available on YouTube.

Throughout the episode, which you can check out after the jump below, Wayne can be seen chatting to Elliott while driving around Miami in a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 and listening to his brand new album, Funeral.

In their conversation, Weezy talked about wanting to keep his Rebirth album series going with the “Funeral” title, including songs that he recorded years ago on Funeral, why he still does intros, outros and skits on his projects, and confirmed he is still working on his forthcoming Velvet album.

Tunechi also spoke on learning how to create hooks after Mannie Fresh and Juvenile used to do them for him back in the day, trying to pay attention to new generation rappers, how his collaboration with The-Dream came about on “Sights And Silencers“, and much more!

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