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Hurricane Chris Recalls Originally Being On “A Milli” & Lil Wayne Thinking The Sample Was Saying “I’m Illy” [Video]

Hurricane Chris Recalls Originally Being On A Milli & Lil Wayne Thinking The Sample Was Saying Im Illy

Hurricane Chris recently sat down with B. High in Atlanta for a one on one interview, which you can watch below.

During their conversation, Chris recalls Lil Wayne first calling him up, as well as Birdman asking Wayne to ask Chris if he is a Blood.

The Louisiana rapper also shares the story of how he was originally on “A Milli” (with Cory Gunz and Tyga), and how Weezy originally thought the sample was saying “I’m illy” on the beat!

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“Tha Carter III” Collaborators Discuss Lil Wayne’s Iconic Album

Tha Carter III Collaborators Discuss Lil Wayne Iconic Album

For the tenth anniversary of Tha Carter III on June 10th, Billboard asked a few of the people involved with the classic Lil Wayne album to speak all about it.

Producers Bangladesh, Play-N-Skillz, Dre from Cool & Dre, and David Banner, as well as singer Bobby V discussed how the C3 songs came together and what the album’s legacy is looking like.

You can check out everything what they all had to say below. My favorite story has to be Banner revealing how he originally created “La La” for the film Shrek, but Wayne was like: “Fuck Shrek! I want that!”

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Hurricane Chris Responds To Kodak Black Saying He Wants To Fight Lil Wayne To Prove He’s The “Best Rapper Alive” [Video]

Hurricane Chris Responds To Kodak Black Saying He Wants To Fight Lil Wayne To Prove He Is The Best Rapper Alive

Hurricane Chris has recorded a video of himself responding to Kodak Black saying he wants to fight and knock out Lil Wayne to prove he is the best rapper alive. If you haven’t already seen the corny video of Kodak, I suggest not to bother wasting your bandwidth on watching it.

In the video, which you can watch below, the Louisiana rapper calls out Kodak Black by saying if you want to play with Tunechi then you’re going to have to fuck with him first, as well as threatens to break his jaw. Hurricane also mentions that Tune has much more bigger problems than with Black and is too busy counting millions, but he has the time himself.

Chris and Weezy are good friends in the music industry and were even spotted working on new music in the studio in 2015. They have previously collaborated on “Louisianimal” and the “Getting Money” remix!

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Recap Of Lil Wayne’s Appearance & Performance At Kokopellis In Shreveport, Louisiana [Video]

Recap Of Lil Wayne Appearance & Live Performance At Kokopellis In Shreveport

Back on May 25th, Lil Wayne made an appearance and also did a live performance at Kokopellis in Shreveport, Louisiana. Weezy was joined at the nightclub by Hurricane Chris, Hood, Mack Maine, 3 Feet, and DJ Bay Bay.

During his 15-minute set, Tunechi performed Chedda Da Connect’s “Flicka Da Wrist” track, as well as his own songs “Sh!t“, “Coco“, “Rollin’“, “Ride For My Niggas“, “Truffle Butter“, and “Steady Mobbin’” live.

You can watch a full recap of Mr. Carter‘s appearance at Kokopellis after the jump below. Click here to view a few pictures from the evening!

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Lil Wayne Hits Up The Studio With Freeway To Work On New Music

Lil Wayne Hits Up The Studio With Freeway To Work On New Music

The following day after hitting up the studio with Hurricane Chris, Lil Wayne had another studio session with Chris, but this time they were joined by Freeway and Mack Maine.

There is currently no details about what upcoming project they were working on, but it could possibly be the Philadelphia rapper’s forthcoming Free Will project as he posted the above photo on his Instagram page with the caption: “#FreeWill coming soon”!

Freeway and Tunechi have previously collaborated on the songsCannon (Remix)“, “It’s A Problem“, “Run (Remix)“, and “Step Back“. Who is looking forward to hearing a new collaboration from them?