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Lil Wayne Performs His “Old Town Road” Remix Live For The Very First Time [Video]

Lil Wayne Performs His Old Town Road Remix Live For The Very First Time

On July 25th, Lil Wayne and Blink-182‘s joint tour made a stop at the Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida.

During Weezy‘s set, he performed one of Lil Nas X’s upcoming “Old Town Road” remixes, which we have previously heard a snippet for, live for the very time.

You can check out some footage of Tune performing his “Old Town Road” verse live in the clips after the jump below. I am aware that unofficial versions of this remix have leaked online, but hopefully the official remix premieres soon!

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G-Eazy Reveals He Learned To Turn Up On Stage From Lil Wayne, Calls Him The “Best Performer”

G-Eazy Reveals He Learned To Turn Up On Stage From Lil Wayne, Calls Him The Best Performer

G-Eazy sat down with Elliott Wilson for an interview with his CRWN series on July 25th at the Gramercy Theatre.

During their conversation, Eazy explained that he learned to turn up on stage and perform a great show for fans from watching the likes of Lil Wayne, Drake and Curren$y.

Before the video ended, which you can check out below, G-Eazy also mentioned that “Wayne is the best performer” he has ever seen!

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On Set Of O.T. Genasis & Lil Wayne’s “Do It” Video Shoot In Los Angeles [Pictures]

On Set Of OT Genasis & Lil Wayne Do It Video Shoot In Los Angeles

Yesterday, O.T. Genasis and Lil Wayne shot a music video for their “Do It” collaboration that was released last month.

The video shoot took place at a mansion in Los Angeles, Calfiornia. You can view a few more photos from on set of “Do It” below, courtesy of William Oneal Smallwood!

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Bill O’Reilly Thinks Lil Wayne Plays A Big Part In Why Employment Is Low Among Black Males

During his Fox News show last night, Bill O’Reilly went on a “money, jobs and race” talking point to share his thoughts on why he thinks unemployment is high among black males in the United States of America.

The political commentator believes that the main reason for why many African Americans are not succeeding in finding a job is because in poor neighborhoods there is a lot of chaos, violence and very little discipline in public schools. He then went on to blame Lil Wayne‘s music too.

Before going on about Wayne getting dropped from Mountain Dew for his controversial lyric about Emmett Till, O’Reilly plays the leaked version of Tune‘s “Karate Chop” verse and then proceeds to call it “garbage” and “stupid rap”. He also starts to criticize Al Sharpton for doing a book deal with Cash Money Content, which to Bill, is a company that “markets vile stuff” and “harms black children”.

What is your thoughts about this Wayniacs ❓ Even though I am not from America and I am a white male, so I’m not too sure if my statement will count here, but Weezy F Baby‘s music has only ever motivated me to work hard and get what I want in life.