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Papoose Praises Lil Wayne & Explains How “Thought I Was Gonna Stop” Came About [Video]

Papoose Praises Lil Wayne & Explains How Thought I Was Gonna Stop Came About

Papoose recently sat down with Vlad TV for an interview about his new Thought I Was Gonna Stop” single featuring Lil Wayne that you can check out below.

In their conversation, Pap revealed how the collaboration came together including how he reached out to both Tunechi for the verse and to Timbaland for the beat, which he says they both showed love to him.

While talking about the Thought I Was Gonna Stop” music video, the New York rapper also mentioned he has a “whole new respect for” Weezy for doing everything that he said he would do by pointing out how rare that is in the music industry today: “Big salute to Lil Wayne the G.O.A.T.”!

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MonstaBeatz Say They Have Sent Lil Wayne Over 4,000 Beats Since 2014 [Video]

MonstaBeatz Say They Have Sent Lil Wayne Over 4000 Beats Since 2014

DeeLow Diamond Man and Jean Lephare of MonstaBeatz sit down with Jay from R3D’s View for a virtual interview, which you can check out below.

From the 8:50 mark of their convo, MonstaBeatz revealed how they first linked up with Lil Wayne and also mentioned that they have sent Wayne over 4,000 beats since 2014.

The production duo from New Orleans also discussed working on Weezy and Rich The Kid‘s collaboration album, Trust Fund Babies, as they are the producers behind the “Bleedin’” instrumental!

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MonstaBeatz Talk Producing Lil Wayne’s “I’m Good”, “442”, “Holy”, “Vizine”, “Bleedin” & More [Video]

MonstaBeatz Talk Producing Lil Wayne Im Good, 442, Holy, Vizine, Bleedin & More

DeeLow Diamond Man and Jean Lephare of MonstaBeatz recently sat down with DGB for an “Off The Porch” interview, which you can watch below.

Around the 12:00 mark of their conversation, MonstaBeatz discussed when they first had the opportunity to work with Lil Wayne and it was on the No Ceilings mixtape with the “I’m Good” song featuring Lucci Lou. If you didn’t already know, this was one of the two original beats on that project.

The New Orleans production duo also spoke on producing Curren$y‘s “442” featuring Wayne and Birdman, how the “Vizine” track came about, the record “Holy” off Tha Carter V deluxe edition, producing the Major League Baseball intro, their “Bleedin’” beat on Weezy and Rich The Kid‘s Trust Fund Babies joint album, and much more!

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Hurricane Chris Recalls Originally Being On “A Milli” & Lil Wayne Thinking The Sample Was Saying “I’m Illy” [Video]

Hurricane Chris Recalls Originally Being On A Milli & Lil Wayne Thinking The Sample Was Saying Im Illy

Hurricane Chris recently sat down with B. High in Atlanta for a one on one interview, which you can watch below.

During their conversation, Chris recalls Lil Wayne first calling him up, as well as Birdman asking Wayne to ask Chris if he is a Blood.

The Louisiana rapper also shares the story of how he was originally on “A Milli” (with Cory Gunz and Tyga), and how Weezy originally thought the sample was saying “I’m illy” on the beat!

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Tyler, The Creator Insists Lil Wayne Is Still Getting Better At Rapping [Video]

Tyler The Creator Insists Lil Wayne Is Still Getting Better At Rapping

Tyler, The Creator recently stopped by HOT 97 to appear on their “Ebro In The Morning” radio show and chop it up with Ebro Darden, Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez, which you can check out below.

Around the 1:30:00 mark, Tyler was asked what does it mean to have Lil Wayne featured on his Call Me If You Get Lost album to which he went on to praise Wayne by saying he loves him and insist he keeps on getting better and better.

Going into more detail about what he means, the Ladera Heights native thinks people may not realize Weezy is getting better, due to his beat selection. However, Tyler claims in his opinion that Mr. Carter is getting technically better at rapping unlike Eminem.

The Odd Future co-founder also added he loves watching one of the greats keep on getting better, he loves working with Tunechi because he can choose what beats to hear him spit on, and he would consider producing a solo Tune project if he was ever asked!

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