Here is the official music video for Jim Jones‘ “60 Rackz” remix featuring Lil Wayne and T.W.O. The visual, which was directed by Clifton Bell, was shot inside King Of Diamonds strip club and includes cameos from Birdman, DJ Stevie J and Juelz Santana.
Click here to download the “60 Rackz” remix also featuring a Cam’ron verse!
Young Money President, Mack Maine, recently spoke to MTV’s Rob Markman over the phone about Lil Wayne‘s new single “My Homies Still” featuring Big Sean and Wayne‘s beef with Pusha T. He confirms that “My Homies Still” is the first single from Weezy‘s upcoming I Am Not A Human Being II album and that the song was made way before the situation with Big Sean‘s G.O.O.D Music label-mate, Pusha T.
Mack also spoke on what made Tunechi finally respond back to Pusha with a track called “Goulish“. The reason was because Tune was getting fed up of Pusha sending little shots in his recent songs at his artist and friend, Drake. He then went on to compare Pusha T to a fly: “In a nutshell, if a gnat or a fly keep flyin’ around you, eventually you gonna swing and swat it, and just get it out the way. Sometimes you swat it and the gnat dies; sometimes it just go away. You can keep flyin’, just fly somewhere else though. We chillin'”. Macknupid made sure it was known that it is not crew beef between YMCMB vs. G.O.O.D Music too!
In other news, hit the jump to watch some NS4W footage of Lil Wayne at King Of Diamonds strip club in Miami last week for Memorial Day Weekend with DJ Khaled, Diddy, French Montana, Birdman, Gucci Mane, Jim Jones, Busta Rhymes and more.
After shooting his parts for his cameo in the “Take It To The Head” music video in L.A., Birdman spoke with Sway from MTV about Lil Wayne signing a new four-album deal with Cash Money Records and what Tunechi is to YMCMB. Baby says that the type of deal they agreed on has never been done in urban music before and it is probably the biggest deal ever in urban music! Even though the #1 Stunna wouldn’t confirm the exact figures in the new contract, rumors have circulated online that it was for around $150 million 😮
“YMCMB start and stop with Wayne; it ain’t no YMCMB without Wayne. The type of situation we did never been done in urban music; it’s probably the biggest deal ever in urban music. I’m blessed to even do that – whatever my son want, he can get. It’s all his anyway, so it don’t really matter to me. That’s one of our goals, and the move we just made was a big move to that, to make sure the pioneer of it, which is Wayne.”
After the jump, you can watch some more footage of 2 Chainz and Weezy performing at King Of Diamonds in Miami last week. They both performed “Duffle Bag Boy” and then Tune rocks out to Tity Boi performing his own records such as “Spend It“.
2 Chainz brought out Lil Wayne during his show at King Of Diamonds in Miami, Florida on April 26th to perform their hit single from 2007 – “Duffle Bag Boy“. You can check out their performance in the video above!
Just after Weezy walks off stage, 2 Chainz told the crowd that Tune will indeed be on his forthcoming Based On A T.R.U. Story album, which will be released in the summer.
In the video above, you can watch some footage that TMZ captured of Lil Wayne watching and judging a stripper fight at King Of Diamonds in Miami on Monday, January 2nd. At the end of the fight, Wayne also gave the winner a $1,000 tip. Weezy F Baby spent around 3 hours in the strip club and dropped around $30,000 in the time that he was there.