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Lil Wayne’s Lost Handwritten Lyrics From 1999 On Sale For $250,000

Lil Wayne Lost Handwritten Lyrics From 1999 On Sale For $250,000

According to TMZ, a notebook containing some of Lil Wayne‘s raps from the Hot Boys era is on the market for $250,000.00

As any Tunechi fan should know, Tune does not write any of his verses down anymore since he recorded all of his written work on 10,000 Bars aka SQ7.

The person who owns the book, which includes lyrics from “I Feel” and “We On Fire“, came across it in 1999 (when Weezy was 17-years-old) from inside a car that used to belong to Cash Money Records.

You can view some pictures of this rare collection after the jump below. You will notice the notepad has a bit of water damage – this is because it was close to being destroyed during Hurricane Katrina back in 2005.

I must also add that reading this news reminds me exactly of the time when Wayne sold his Bugatti but forgot to take out the original version of his Tha Carter V album which then ended up being sold to Martin Shkreli!

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LeBron James Gets Tipsy & Jams Out To Old Lil Wayne Songs [Video]

LeBron James Gets Tipsy & Jams Out To Old Lil Wayne Songs

LeBron James took to his Instagram Story in the week to show himself drinking expensive bottles of red wine while jamming out to old Lil Wayne songs.

Looking a bit tipsy, LeBron can be seen listening and rapping along to Tunechi‘s verses off Big Tymers’ “Millionaire Dream” and “Tear It Up“, as well as Tune‘s own “I Miss My Dawgs“.

You can check out the professional basketball player drinking wine and jamming out to old Weezy music on social media after the jump below!

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Jacquees Says Lil Wayne Is The Reason He Signed To Cash Money Records

Jacquees Says Lil Wayne Is The Reason He Signed To Cash Money Records

Jacquees recently chopped it up with TIDAL to promote his debut studio album, 4275, available on all music platforms now.

The Cash Money Records artist revealed Lil Wayne is his favorite rapper and his dream collaboration, as well as that Birdman told him personally he will make the collabo happen.

Also during their interview, which you can read below, Jacquees spoke on growing up listening to the Hot Boys, looking up to Tunechi as a kid, and Tune being the reason that he signed to Cash Money!

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Comedians Theo Von & Chris D’Elia Speak On Lil Wayne [Video]

Comedians Theo Von & Chris DElia Speak On Lil Wayne

Theo Von had fellow comedian Christopher D’Elia appear on episode 104 of his “This Past Weekend” podcast a few days ago that you can check out below.

At the 13:40 mark of their conversation, Theo asked Chris if he has ever met Lil Wayne before then telling a story about a New Orleans Saints after-party he went to about 15-years ago, which had other celebrities there such as the Kardashians, and watching Wayne perform live with Mannie Fresh in an astronaut suit.

D’Elia revealed he would love to meet Tunechi and that he thinks a lot of people look like Tune from New Orleans. Theo, who grew up in Louisiana, also added that he has heard so many interesting stories from back in the Hot Boys days about Weezy and B.G.!

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Feature Friday #130: Juvenile – 4 Minutes (Feat Lil Wayne, B.G. & Turk)

Juvenile 4 Minutes Feat Lil Wayne, B.G. & Turk

For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have chosen Juvenile‘s “4 Minutes” track featuring verses from his fellow Hot Boys members Lil Wayne, B.G., and Turk.

The Mannie Fresh-produced song appears on Juvie‘s fifth studio album, Project English, which was released back in 2001 on Cash Money Records and Universal.

“My grill, platinum; Necklace, platinum; Rolex, platinum; Hot Boy, ask ’em; Blunts, we pass ’em; Guns, we have ’em; We do not flash ’em unless we gon’ blast ’em”

You can listen to “4 Minutes” below.

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Watch Boosie Badazz Bumping Old Lil Wayne Music From The ’90s [Videos]

Watch Boosie Badazz Bumping Old Lil Wayne Music From The 90s

Boosie Badazz took to his Instagram page at the end of 2017 to show him bumping old Lil Wayne music from the 1990s.

In the clips, we can see Lil Boosie playing and rapping Hot Boys‘ “Blood Thicker” song off the 1997 album, Get It How U Live!!, Tunechi‘s “Lights Off” song off his 1999 album, Tha Block Is Hot, and Tune‘s verse off Big Tymers’ “Top Of Tha Line Nigga” song off their 1998 album, How You Luv That Volume 2.

You can check out the 3 videos of Boosie bumping old Weezy tracks after the jump below! Do you still play old Wayne music from the ’90s?

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