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Tyga – On Me (Feat Lil Wayne) + Lightskin Lil Wayne

Tyga On Me Feat Lil Wayne

Former Young Money artist Tyga released his brand new album called Legendary on all music streaming services at midnight.

On the project is a Lil Wayne feature on a Jermaine Dupri-produced song called “On Me“, as well as also a Boi-1da-produced track that samples Wayne talking about new music artists’ work ethic from 2007 titled “Lightskin Lil Wayne“.

You can listen to both “On Me” and “Lightskin Lil Wayne” after the jump below! What are your thoughts on these two records?

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Feature Friday #108: Bow Wow – 4 Corners (Feat Lil Wayne, Jermaine Dupri, Pimp C, Short Dawg & Lil Scrappy)

Bow Wow 4 Corners Feat Lil Wayne, Jermaine Dupri, Pimp C, Short Dawg & Lil Scrappy

For this week’s “Feature Friday” installment, I have chosen Bow Wow‘s “4 Corners” song featuring Lil Wayne, Jermaine Dupri, Pimp C, Short Dawg, and Lil Scrappy.

The Jermaine Dupri-produced track can be found on Shad MossThe Price Of Fame album, which was released back in 2006.

“No homo, Young Louisiana; Hit you wit the .357 like MC Hammer; And money talks, so that’s my grammar; If it ain’t about money, you can step like a gamma”

You can listen to “4 Corners” below.

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Feature Friday #96: Zane, Lil Wayne, Sammie & Bow Wow – Hardball

Zane, Lil Wayne, Sammie & Bow Wow Hardball

I have chosen Zane, Lil Wayne, Sammie, and Bow Wow‘s “Hardball” collaboration for this week’s “Feature Friday” edition.

The Jermaine Dupri-produced single, which was released back in 2000, appears on the Hardball official film soundtrack that dropped in 2001.

“Too bad for TV, you won’t see me I’m right in the streets; I’m a hustler people, my life in the streets”

You can watch the official “Hardball” music video below.

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Feature Friday #88: Avant – You Know What (Feat Lil Wayne & Jermaine Dupri)

Avant You Know What Feat Lil Wayne & Jermaine Dupri

I have chosen Avant‘s “You Know What” single featuring Lil Wayne and Jermaine Dupri for this week’s “Feature Friday” installment.

The Jermaine Dupri-produced song, which was released in 2005, appears on Avant‘s fourth studio album that came out in 2006, Director.

“Nasty, it’s all in me; How he rap and got women like he R&B?”

You can watch the official “You Know What” music video below that was directed by Benny Boom.

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Birdman Says Lil Wayne Will “Definitely” Be Featured On His Last Solo Album

Birdman Says Lil Wayne Will Definitely Be Featured On His Last Solo Album

Episode 3 of BET’s “Music Moguls” reality television series starring Birdman, Snoop Dogg, Jermaine Dupri, and Dame Dash aired in the week. You can check out the full ep below.

During the episode at the 17:00 mark, Baby revealed that he will be doing one more solo album called Family or My Familia and when asked by his daughter Bria if Lil Wayne will be featured, he answered “definitely”.

Birdman also mentioned that he still wants to do a Like Father Like Son 2 album with Tunechi, as well as said Tune is his “son forever” and is someone he loves, raised and would die for!

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Jermaine Dupri Believes We Will Hear Some Of The Best Lil Wayne Music Ever Once He Sorts Out His Business Issues [Video]

Jermaine Dupri Believes We Will Hear Some Of The Best Lil Wayne Music Ever Once He Sorts His Business Issues Out

Jermaine Dupri recently visited on Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club” radio show in New York City to chat with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God for an interview, which you can check out below.

At the 10:30 mark of the conversation, JD revealed that he thinks we are going to “hear some of the best Lil Wayne music that we ever heard ever” once he sorts out his business problems, so he can go back to focusing on what his actual talent is – creating incredible music.

Jermaine also mentioned that we will see Birdman and Tunechi‘s relationship get better on his upcoming Moguls television show before stating that he believes what Tune is currently going through with his record label Cash Money Records is hurting him musically. Do you agree with JD?

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