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Big Sean Talks Lil Wayne’s “Big Inspiration” On Him, Reveals “Dedication 2” Is His Favorite Mixtape Of All Time

Big Sean Talks Lil Wayne Big Inspiration On Him, Reveals Dedication 2 Is His Favorite Mixtape Of All Time

Big Sean recently participated in a AMA (Ask My Anything) thread on the HipHopHeads Reddit page.

During the AMA thread, which you read in full here, Sean revealed that Lil Wayne‘s Dedication 2 is one of his favorite mixtapes of all time.

The Detroit rapper also opened up on how Tunechi is “big inspiration” and “big motivation” for him. You can read what he said about Weezy after the jump below!

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KenTheMan Reveals Why Her Favorite Rapper Is Lil Wayne & How He Has Influenced Her

KenTheMan Reveals Why Her Favorite Rapper Is Lil Wayne & How He Has Influenced Her

KenTheMan has revealed in a new interview with HipHopDX that her favorite rapper “was and still is” Lil Wayne.

The female rapper from Houston explained how she became a “super Wayne head” and how she has been sending him her freestyles in the DMs on Instagram.

She also recalled a story of how she wrote down all of the lyrics to Weezy‘s “Rollin’” freestyle off Sorry 4 The Wait in a letter and sent it to her boyfriend, who was currently in jail and couldn’t listen to the mixtape even though he was also a big fan!

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NLE Choppa Explains How Lil Wayne & Kobe Bryant Have Inspired Him, Reveals His Favorite Wayne Mixtape & Song [Video]

NLE Choppa Explains How Lil Wayne & Kobe Bryant Have Inspired Him, Reveals His Favorite Wayne Mixtape & Song

NLE Choppa recently sat down for an interview with Jeremy Hecht from HipHopDX’s “Thought Box” series.

During their conversation, Choppa reveals how Lil Wayne and Kobe Bryant have both influenced him, he will only create a “Shotta Flow 6” song if he gets a Wayne feature for it, and his favorite mixtape and track from Weezy are: Dedication 5 and “A Milli“.

The Memphis rapper also mentions how he has been inspired by Tunechi to never be in a bad contract with his music career, what it was like first meeting Birdman, and how Tune once autographed a picture for him. You can check out their full convo in the video after the jump below!

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Bijan Amir Speaks On What It Was Like Producing For Lil Wayne On “Funeral” [Video]

Bijan Amir Speaks On What It Was Like Producing For Lil Wayne On Funeral

Bijan Amir sat down with Splice earlier this month for an interview all about how he got started and production advice.

The producer revealed it was Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter III album that first got him into producing and inspired him to learn more about creating beats.

He also talked about how much of a “surreal” and “cool” moment it was to work with Wayne on Funeral by producing the “Bing James” beat featuring Jay Rock. Check out Bijan‘s full conversation below!

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Lil Wayne Chats To Kid Cudi, Gucci Mane, Rich The Kid, Bubba Wallace & Ashley Robinson For Episode 11 Of “Young Money Radio” [Videos]

Lil Wayne Chats To Kid Cudi, Gucci Mane, Rich The Kid, Bubba Wallace & Ashley Robinson For Episode 11 Of Young Money Radio

Episode 11 took place on Friday night (July 10th) of Lil Wayne‘s “Young Money Radio” show, which included special guests Kid Cudi, Gucci Mane, Rich The Kid, Bubba Wallace, and Ashley Robinson. You can check out videos of all of these conversations below!

During the show, Wayne chatted to Rich about his top 3 skaters before making a promise to attend his wedding with his wife, talked to Ashley about how it feels to be the first African American President of the Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association (FCS ADA), and spoke with Gucci about music, sending a new song over, his new book, sports and how he was supposed to go on a tour until COVID-19 happened.

Weezy also chopped it up with Bubba about how it was being half black and half white while growing up in Alabama, depression, and finding a noose in his garage. He also conversed with Cudi about how his new Eminem collaboration came about (started from Wayne and Em‘s previous interview), a new animated TV show with Kanye West, mental health, a new podcast, earning his first No. 1 on the “Hot 100”, how much of an influence Mr. Carter has been on him, and the Cleveland artist confirmed he would send Tunechi a new song to jump on which made Tune reply with: “Eminem effect when I send it back, just know.”

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