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Allan Cubas Talks Signing To Young Money, Lil Wayne Being His G.O.A.T. & More [Video]

Allan Cubas Talks Signing To Young Money, Lil Wayne Being His GOAT & More

Allan Cubas sat down with FluWop earlier this year for an interview inside Rich Mind Studios in New Orleans, Louisiana, which you can watch in full below.

During their conversation, Allan talks about officially signing to Young Money, why it is a “blessing” to sign with his childhood idol Lil Wayne, the deal coming from a phone call with Petey Lo, and much more.

The new Young Mula signee also called Tunechi the “greatest of all time in his opinion”, confirmed the whole YM roster has been working on something together that is “coming out soon”, and assured everyone that no one works harder than Weezy!

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Anuel AA Says Lil Wayne Was The Artist He Studied The Most Growing Up [Video]

Anuel AA Says Lil Wayne Was The Artist He Studied The Most Growing Up

Earlier this year, Anuel AA sat down with N.O.R.E. aka Noreaga and DJ EFN for an interview on their “Drink Champs” podcast to discuss his career, life, fame, and more.

At the 14:00 minute mark, the Puerto Rican rapper reveals he listened to a lot of English-speaking music growing up and the artist he studied the most was Lil Wayne. He went on to say he really took notice of Wayne around Tha Carter III and Tha Carter IV era, as well as when he introduced Drake and Nicki Minaj to the world.

Later on in their conversation at the 1:14:00 mark, Anuel references Tunechi‘s iconic deposition by answering “I don’t recall” to a question about which watch he was wearing when in jail. You can check out the full interview after the jump below. AA and Weezy previously collaborated on the song “Ferrari” a couple of years ago!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Opens Up About His “Role Model” Jay-Z [Video]

Lil Wayne Opens Up About His Role Model Jay-Z

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, we can watch a rare Lil Wayne interview with MTV News back in 2006 all about his “role model” Jay-Z.

In a conversation with Shaheem Reid (see below), Tunechi recalls Jay telling him he is “that dude” and that he see’s him, which Tune then says that acknowledgement is better than actually receiving a feature verse from his idol.

Wayne also opens up about how tough it was to not sign with Jay-Z when the opportunity was there, but he states he is a loyal dude and that is why he stayed with Cash Money Records. To date, even though Weezy and Jay have had a little beef in the past, it was actually the Roc Nation CEO who helped the Young Money CEO pay off his huge tax bill a few years ago!

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Skooly Recalls First Meeting His “Biggest Influence” Lil Wayne + More [Video]

Skooly Recalls First Meeting His Biggest Influence Lil Wayne + More

Skooly recently sat down with Ya Boi Shad and G. Downs for an interview on their Bad Speakers TV podcast, which you can check out below.

During their conversation, the Atlanta native discussed first meeting Lil Wayne and Drake, recall asking Wayne for a picture, and witnessing the skate ramp in Weezy‘s studio.

The T.R.U. artist also revealed his biggest influence is Tunechi and he is the reason why he decided to grow dreadlocks. Skooly even shared his thoughts on a Tune vs. JAY-Z VERZUZ rap battle!

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A Recap Of Drake’s Private 39th Birthday Bash For Lil Wayne [Pictures & Videos]

Recap Of Drake Private 39th Birthday Bash For Lil Wayne

Drake booked and paid for the evening at Swan restaurant in Miami, Florida on September 29th to host a private birthday celebration party for Lil Wayne, who turned 39 a couple of days prior.

Guests at the event other than Weezy and Drizzy included: Capito aka N.O. Capo, Marley G, Preme, Cortez Bryant, Niko, Chubbs, Fee Banks, Mellow Rackz, Gudda Gudda, T@, Quavo, Ray J, and many more. There were also customized bandanas at the party that the 6 God had made for Wayne.

You can check out a recap from the birthday bash after the jump below, courtesy of Ivan Eremin, as well as Young Angel‘s full 2-minute toast to Young Lion with Ciroc vodka shots that included Drizzy Drake admitting he still gets “nervous” speaking about his “mentor” and “idol” Tunechi!

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