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DJ Drama Reveals The FBI Have Some Unreleased Lil Wayne Verses From A 2007 Raid [Video]

DJ Drama Reveals The FBI Have Some Unreleased Lil Wayne Verses From A 2007 Raid

DJ Drama was a recent guest on the 85 South Show podcast where he chopped it up with DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller and Chico Bean.

Throughout the show, Drama discussed his favorite Gangsta Grillz mixtapes and said Dedication 2 is one of his personal favorites, as well as recalled how they didn’t have a lot of time to create Dedication 1.

The Philadelphia DJ and record executive also reveals the FBI have some unreleased Lil Wayne verses that they took when they raided his studio back in 2007. You can check out their full conversation in the video after the jump below!

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Curren$y Recalls Creating “Grown Man” With Lil Wayne In The Studio [Video]

Currensy Recalls Creating Grown Man With Lil Wayne In The Studio

The latest episode of the 85 South Show podcast had special guest Curren$y on it where he sat down with Karlous Miller, DC Young Fly and Chico Bean for an interview.

Around the 26:00 mark of their conversation, Chico recited Lil Wayne‘s “Grown Man” song off Tha Carter II album while Spitta spoke on that time he was around Weezy and working with him in the studio.

You can check out Curren$y chat about the time he was around Tunechi during the early Young Money days in a video after the jump below. “Grown Man” is timeless!

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2 Chainz Recalls Lil Wayne Giving Him The “Duffle Bag Boy” Chorus For Free & More [Video]

2 Chainz Recalls Lil Wayne Giving Him The Duffle Bag Boy Chorus For Free & More

2 Chainz was a recent guest on the 85 South Show podcast where he chopped it up with DC Young Fly, Karlous Miller and Chico Bean.

While on the show to promote his new So Help Me God album, Chainz spoke at the 35:45 mark about one of his very first singles with Playaz Circle, which was “Duffle Bag Boy” featuring Lil Wayne.

Tity Boi explained how he first met Weezy and Birdman, being thankful to Tunechi for giving him the “Duffle Bag Boy” chorus for free as it changed his life, how Tune used to perform all of the song on tour, and much more. Check out the full interview below!

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