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Young Thug Speaks On Current Relationship With Lil Wayne & Teases A Joint Album [Video]

Young Thug Speaks On Current Relationship With Lil Wayne & Teases A Joint Album

Young Thug was a recent guest on Power 105.1 FM’s “The Breakfast Club” show to chop it up with Angela Yee and Charlamagne The God, and to promote his new album, Punk.

At the 57:35 mark of their conversation, Thug speaks on his current relationship with Lil Wayne and how all of their past issues was a misunderstanding as he never meant for it to look like he was trolling Wayne, due to him being his idol.

Thugger also mentions him and Tunechi have been to the studio a few times and have a few songs completed together. He even says they were supposed to be working on a collaboration album and he doesn’t mind if Tune wants the whole project for himself! Would you like to see a Thug and Weezy joint album?

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Young Thug: “Lil Wayne Made Me Want To Be Like Him When I Rap”

Young Thug - Lil Wayne Made Me Want To Be Like Him When I Rap

Young Thug recently chopped it up with Eric Skelton inside his recording studio for an interview with Complex.

In their convo, Thug spoke on how he always wanted to be like Lil Wayne when he first heard him rap as a youngster.

You can check out Thugger break down the difference between influencing someone and actually making them want to rap below!

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Euro Speaks On Being Featured On “No Ceilings 3”, Advice He Received From Lil Wayne & More [Video]

Euro Speaks On Being Featured On No Ceilings 3, Advice He Received From Lil Wayne & More

Euro recently chopped it up with Hot 106 radio station for a virtual “Hot Morning” interview that you can watch below.

During their conversation, Euro spoke on working through the pandemic, Providence, his new single “Summer Flings“, the new Young Money artists that Lil Wayne is calling the “Fab Five”, and more.

The YM rapper revealed he was very surprised, but very happy that he was featured on Wayne‘s No Ceilings 3 mixtape as the first No Ceilings is one of his favorite projects in Weezy‘s whole catalog.

Euro also explained how “Ring Ring” came about, shared advice he has received from Tunechi, mentioned what it is like to have him as a mentor, and disclosed him and Tune have more unreleased music in the vault!

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Lil Wayne Talks How “Trust Fund Babies” Came Together, Young Money Radio, I Am Not A Human Being 3 & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks How Trust Fund Babies Came Together, Young Money Radio, I Am Not A Human Being 3 & More

To promote their brand new Trust Fund Babies collaboration album, Lil Wayne and Rich The Kid participated in a virtual interview with Zane Lowe for his Apple Music 1 “New Music Daily” show.

In their conversation, Rich spoke on how Wayne‘s mixtapes inspired him through life (Tunechi says his own songs got him through certain points in his own life too), what he has learned from Tune, and much more.

Weezy also discusses when “Young Money Radio” will be back, his favorite moments from doing the radio show, opening up about his mental health issues with Emmanuel Acho, how Trust Fund Babies came together, and currently working on the I Am Not A Human Being 3 album!

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Mack Maine Talks About The Length Of Lil Wayne’s Albums & How It Has Evolved

Mack Maine Talks About The Length Of Lil Wayne's Albums & How It Has Evolved

Lil Wayne‘s long-time friend and the Young Money President, Mack Maine, recently spoke with Adam Aziz for his article on The Undefeated about rap album lengths.

Mack talked about how the music industry has evolved from when him and Wayne first started way before digital streaming was a thing and confirmed Weezy has a project coming out that will be 10 or 11 songs only (it’s possible that this could be Trust Fund Babies)!

“Wayne had never released an album in the streaming era [until Tha Carter V]. Everybody was like: ‘Yo, you gotta put more tracks on there because that’ll get the streams up.'”

“Wayne’s thinking process, from what he and I spoke about, was we look at our albums as feeding the people like food, so he always wanted to make sure the consumer was full after they listen to the album. We have a project coming out soon that will only be 10 or 11 joints.”

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