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Lil Wayne Reveals His Top 5 Rappers, Why He Made “Best Rapper Alive”, Working On Old-School Hip-Hop Beats For His Next Project & More

Lil Wayne Reveals His Top 5 Rappers, Why He Made Best Rapper Alive, Working On Old School Hip-Hop Beats For His Next Project & More

Lil Wayne was the special guest on episode 1 of DJ Khaled‘s brand new podcast dubbed “The First One“, which premiered on Amazon Music.

During their 45-minute conversation, Weezy spoke on his very first rap group with B.G. called The B.G.z, going by the name Baby D, first meeting Birdman, his “Block Burner” song, being influenced by Missy Elliott in the Hot Boys days, and more.

Around the middle of the discussion, Tunechi revealed he has been sent 3 old-school hip-hop beats to spit over for his next project (presumably No Ceilings 3) and 2 of them are: “Ether” by Nas and “Takeover” by Jay Z. However, after a quick Google, Tune realized he already did a freestyle over “Ether” on SQ1.

Wayne also talked about his favorite verse, his top 5 rappers, his top 5 anthems, the “We Takin’ Over” verse, creating the “Best Rapper Alive” song off Tha Carter II album, his The Suffix mixtape that was hosted by Khaled, and confirmed there will be another album in Tha Carter series. You can check out the full episode after the jump below!

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YG – Blood Walk (Feat Lil Wayne & D3)

YG Blood Walk Feat Lil Wayne & D3

We first heard about this song last week, and now here is YG‘s “Blood Walk” featuring verses from Lil Wayne and D3szn.

The track, which was inspired by Tupac Shakur, appears on the Compton rapper’s new MY LIFE 4HUNNID album, due to drop at midnight tonight.

You can listen to “Blood Walk” that was co-produced by Lethal and Verrsaucy after the jump below! Do you agree with YG that Wayne‘s verse sounds like it could be from “2006, 2007 and 2008”?

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YG Announces New “Blood Walk” Collaboration With Lil Wayne

YG Announces New Blood Walk Collaboration With Lil Wayne

YG has announced he has a new collaboration with Lil Wayne on the way called “Blood Walk“.

In an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music yesterday, YG revealed the song was influenced by Tupac and that it will also feature his artist D3.

The Compton rapper also mentioned Wayne sounds like he did back in 2006, 2007 and 2008 with his verse. It will be released on YG‘s new album, MY LIFE 4HUNNID, due to drop next week (October 2nd)!

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Shanell Talks All About Lil Wayne’s “Rebirth” Album & How It Influenced The New Generation Rappers

Shanell Talks All About Lil Wayne Rebirth Album & How It Influenced The New Generation Rappers

The latest episode of Ben Barzilai‘s “The Skip Button” podcast, which is all about the music we love to hate, features Lil Wayne‘s Rebirth album.

During the episode, Ben chopped it up with Eddie Montilla (who worked on the songs “Da Da Da“, “Paradice“, “On Fire” and “I’ll Die For You“) about what it was like to work on Rebirth, if he was disappointed with the reviews and sales, and more.

Around the 28:00 mark of the podcast, which you can listen to below, new mother Shanell called in to share what it was like behind the scenes making Rebirth as she worked heavily on the project and share a story of what happened at the end of Weezy and Birdman‘s “Leather So Soft” music video.

SnL also spoke on the Bad Ass Grasshoppers group, hearing the Rebirth influence in these new rappers like Young Thug and Lil Uzi Vert etc, Tunechi not knowing who metal band Korn were before they appeared in his “Prom Queen” video, all of Tune‘s court cases and going to jail was a big part in him putting the guitar down and stepping away from it, and much more!

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Turk Explains How He Stopped The Beef Between Lil Wayne & Kodak Black [Video]

Turk Explains How He Stopped The Beef Between Lil Wayne & Kodak Black

We have previously seen two parts of Turk‘s interview with Mikey T The Movie Star from Report Card Radio, and now we can check out another part that is all about how he brought Lil Wayne and Kodak Black together.

Turk reveals that Kodak was always a big fan of the Hot Boys and he looked up to himself and Tunechi, as well as shares the story of when he reached out to Black after he said he wanted to fight Tune to prove he is the “best rapper alive”.

The YNT founder also discussed how Weezy didn’t have any problems with Kodak Black as he jumped on the Fuk How It Turn Out” g-mix even though he knew Kodak was already on it. However, Turk believes that he has been blackballed as how is he not supposed to win with a collaboration like that?

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