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Trippie Redd Explains Why Lil Wayne Is His Idol, Names His 3 Favorite Wayne Songs [Video]

Trippie Redd Explains Why Lil Wayne Is His Idol, Names His 3 Favorite Wayne Songs

Last week, Trippie Redd sat down with Rendez Vous for a one on one interview while he was in Paris, France.

During their conversation at the 4:05 mark, the host told Trippie that he reminds him of Lil Wayne and asked the Ohio rapper what does Wayne mean to him. Redd then called Wayne his idol, said he looks up to him, and revealed he has listened to all of Weezy‘s albums to see his growth from the beginning to now.

Also in the interview, which you can watch below, Lil 14 mentioned Tunechi is “so inspiring” and all of his music is “meaningful” with him always saying “deep shit”. He even added that Tune is the founder of diamond teeth, face tattoos, dreads, and the rock crossover with hip-hop thanks to his Rebirth album.

Before the conversation changed to another subject, Trippie Redd explained what it was like meeting Mr. Carter and named “Comfortable“, “Nightmares Of The Bottom” and “I Feel Like Dying” as his top 3 favorite Lil Wayne songs!

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Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz Speak On The Difference Between Southern MCs & East Coast MCs, Sqad Up, Hot Boys & “I Feel Like Dying” [Video]

Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz Speak On The Difference Between Southern MCs & East Coast MCs, Sqad Up, Hot Boys & I Feel Like Dying

And here is the final part of Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz‘ 5-part interview with Rob Markman from Genius that took place 2 weeks ago on March 30th backstage at the “TIDAL X: ColleGrove” show in Atlanta.

In part 5, which you can see after the jump below, Weezy and Tity Boi chat about the “I Feel Like Dying” song, the difference between rappers from New York to Southern MCs by saying one has a reality of hip-hop and one has a reality of trap, and more.

Tunechi also told a few Hot Boys and Sqad Up stories from back in the day, such as Juvenile telling him to keep on rapping and Birdman not liking how he dressed.

Click here to check out part 4, here to watch part 3, here to check out part 2, and here to watch part 1. The ColleGrove album is available to purchase now if you haven’t already copped it!

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Lil Wayne Attends & Performs Live At GILT Nightclub In Orlando [Pictures & Video]

Lil Wayne Attends & Performs Live At GILT Nightclub In Orlando

On March 22nd, Lil Wayne hosted a party at GILT Nightclub in Orlando, Florida for a stop on his current “Release Partiez” tour. He was joined at the club by Mack Maine, Hood, Marley G, DJ Nasty, Lil Twist, and others.

You can view more photos and check out a recap of Weezy chilling, as well as performing “Coco“, “Fingers Hurting“, and “Truffle Butter” live at GILT Nightclub below. The DJ also went throwback and played “I Feel Like Dying” and “Fuck Tha World“, which was cool to see!

Tunechi will next be making an appearance and performing live on his “Release Partiez” tour at Aqua Nightclub in Jacksonville, Florida on April 2nd.

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Jim Jonsin Sues Lil Wayne For $500,000

Jim Jonsin Sues Lil Wayne For 500000

Last year, Lil Wayne got hit with a lawsuit for one of his tracks that leaked called “I Feel Like Dying“, because of a sample clearance problem. Then in April last year, Wayne sued Jim Jonsin who was the producer of the beat saying that it was his job to make sure they had the rights to use the sample.

Now, Jim Jonsin has filed a $500,000 lawsuit against Weezy over his hit single – “Lollipop“. Jim, who is the producer of “Lollipop” and helped write the track is saying that Wayne hasn’t paid anything in royalties for his work on the song that went to number one in the USA.

I really don’t know why Jim Jonsin is only just filing this lawsuit though… like why has it took him so long ❓ Also, it looks like Lil Wayne is getting sued for most of Tha Carter III album singles. First it was “Mrs. Officer“, then “Got Money“, and now “Lollipop“. Plus we all know Weezy is currently in jail, so I’m guessing Birdman will help sort this problem out, because the last thing Wayne needs is more legal trouble!

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Lil Wayne Catches Legal Break As Judge Postpones Trial

Lil Wayne Catches Legal Break As Judge Postpones Trial

Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne has reportedly been granted additional time by a federal judge who has postponed his upcoming copyright lawsuit.

The decision was reportedly made in court yesterday (August 11) afternoon.

A federal judge has agreed to postpone a trial for a lawsuit that accuses rapper Lil Wayne of sampling another artist’s work without permission. U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman didn’t immediately set a new date for the trial that was scheduled to start October 26. The copyright infringement suit claims Lil Wayne failed to secure permission to sample folk singer Karma-Ann Swanepoel’s song “Once” on his track “I Feel Like Dying.”

His record label reportedly requested a delay earlier this summer.

Universal Music Group also is named as a defendant in the suit because the company allegedly had a hand in posting Lil Wayne’s song on a MySpace.com page where millions of fans downloaded it for free. Universal had asked Feldman for more time to prepare for a trial.

Weezy filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against the “I Feel Like Dying” producer who, he said, was responsible for clearing the original song’s sample.

A lawsuit by the rapper’s lawyers says Rebel Rock Productions Inc., of Coconut Creek, Fla., produced “I Feel Like Dying” and was responsible for obtaining any necessary licensing agreements. Rebel Rock hasn’t responded to Lil Wayne’s claims and doesn’t have a lawyer named in court records. A telephone number listed for the company has been disconnected.

He was originally sued over the track in May 2008.

A lawsuit filed last year against Lil Wayne accuses him of copyright infringement for failing to get permission to sample folk singer Karma-Ann Swanepoel’s song “Once” in his track “I Feel Like Dying.” The song isn’t a track on any of Lil Wayne’s records, but he allegedly sings it in concert and has allowed fans to download it for free on his Web site.

Via: SOHH

PS: This is a completely different lawsuit to what we posted earlier 😉

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