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Yung Bleu Has 5 – 6 Unreleased Songs With Lil Wayne & Confirms They Shot A “Soul Child” Music Video

Yung Bleu Has 5-6 Unreleased Songs With Lil Wayne & Confirms They Shot A Soul Child Music Video

Yung Bleu chops it up with Ebro Darden, Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez for an interview on HOT 97’s “Ebro In The Morning” radio show that you can watch below.

At the 11:25 mark of their conversation, Bleu spoke about his “Soul Child” collaboration with Lil Wayne and how he knew he wanted Wayne on that certain song while they recorded it in the studio together.

The Alabama artist also revealed he has 5 – 6 unreleased collabs with Tunechi “in the stash”, confirmed Tune is his “G.O.A.T. fasho”, explained why Weezy is a “selfless artist”, and mentioned the two of them have shot an in-studio-performance video for “Soul Child“!

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Lil Wayne – Green And Yellow [Music Video]

Lil Wayne Green And Yellow Music Video

As promised, here is the music video for Lil Wayne‘s new version of his “Green And Yellow” song that serves as the hype song for Wayne‘s favorite NFL team Green Bay Packers.

The visual, which you can check out below, includes an in-studio performance from Tunechi with footage of various Packers highlights from over the years.

Don’t forget, Weezy will also be making an appearance at the Buccaneers vs. Packers game today and if the Packers win, he will go on IG Live!

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Watch Lil Wayne In The Studio, Laughing While He Works

Lil Wayne is always so focused and serious about his work in the vocal booth — it’s amazing to watch, if you are ever lucky enough to be able to witness him putting the tracks together. It’s not the stern face you get — Wayne smiles and laughs, because he’s enjoying himself and he loves what he does.

“Hold on, man, hold on, man,” Wayne says to his engineer after cracking up in a Miami studio. It’s 7 a.m. and while most everyone is asleep, Wayne is in the booth composing lines as the beat plays. His goal is to rap 60 bars straight — no hook — over N.O.R.E.’s classic Swizz Beatz-produced track for “Banned From TV,” for last year’s No Ceilings mixtape. While in the booth, a line that came into his head is bold and crass and causes Weezy to chuckle.

“I’m a beast, I’m a pit bull, I get my ass kissed.” In this exclusive clip from DJ Scoob Doo’s “The Nino Brown Story, Pt. 2,” you see Wayne putting the rhymes together. Even though he has fun, he also makes sure that the rap is perfect before he leaves.

“Wayne is my favorite rapper of the new age,” Noreaga told us Monday. “Although in rap years, he’s just as old as me. But that’s my favorite rapper for the new age. For him to not only do the joint, but it appear on Mixtape Daily video … that’s an honor. My kids love Lil Wayne. Do ‘Super Thug’ next, Wayne — keep my legacy alive. … I’m trying to do Special Ed’s ‘I Got It Made’ and a few other classics over. It’s only to give respect to the people. If Wayne is a real MC like I know he is, he was doing it to show love and respect to the joint and what it meant to him. I’m speechless.”

“That dude is the epitome of workaholic,” Scoob Doo said about Wayne. “He doesn’t even sit down in the studio. He could be in the studio for nine hours and he’s not even sitting down. Everybody is nodding off, sleeping on the couch ’cause it’s a $3 million studio, and he decides not to sit down. That gives you an idea where his mental is at.”

“The Nino Brown Story, Pt. 2” is in stores on January 22, but you can purchase it now on DJ Scoob Doo’s Web site.