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BRS Kash Says He Grew Up On “No Ceilings” & Is Grateful Lil Wayne Remixed “Throat Baby” [Video]

BRS Kash Says He Grew Up On No Ceilings & Is Grateful Lil Wayne Remixed Throat Baby

BRS Kash sits down with B. High for a one on one interview, which you can check out down below.

Around the 13:00 mark of their conversation, Kash talked about the success of his “Throat Baby” single and Lil Wayne remixing it for Side B of his No Ceilings 3 mixtape.

The Atlanta rapper joked that Wayne and Rich The Kid dropped their “Throat Baby” remix before he could release his own remix, as well as revealed he grew up on the No Ceilings project and is grateful that a “legend” remixed one of his songs!

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Logic Speaks On His “Perfect” Remix Featuring Lil Wayne & A$AP Ferg, Praises Wayne’s Verse [Video]

Logic Speaks On His Perfect Remix Featuring Lil Wayne & ASAP Ferg, Praises Wayne Verse

Last month, we found out that Logic has an official remix to his “Perfect” song featuring Lil Wayne that will never be released, due to Def Jam not wanting to pay Wayne his fee.

While on a Twitch live-stream, Logic spoke on this situation and said his record label are “being fuck-boys about it”. The Maryland rapper also says that his and Weezy‘s “Perfect” remix, which also features A$AP Ferg, is “one of the craziest records ever” and “Lil Wayne snaps”.

After calling Tunechi a “legend”, Logic even mentioned that he is not going to leak the collaboration because it is not fair on Tune not receiving his money. However, a short snippet has surfaced online. Check out both the preview and explanation in a video after the jump below!

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DaBaby Has Lil Wayne Painted On His Studio Wall In His House [Videos & Pictures]

DaBaby Has Lil Wayne Painted On His Studio Wall In His House

DaBaby has took to social media to show what one of his recording studios at his house looks like.

The studio includes portraits of the North Carolina rapper’s idols Lil Wayne, Diddy, The Notorious B.I.G., Kanye West, Jay-Z, Tupac Shakur, Michael Jackson, Gucci Mane, 50 Cent, Jeezy, T.I., Snoop Dogg, and himself.

You can view some pictures and footage of how artist Patrick Hairston painted this masterpiece for DaBaby after the jump below! What do you think of it?

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Kash Doll Reveals How Lil Wayne Knows Her Music, Recites His Verse From “Kitten”, Calls Him A “Legend” & “GOAT” [Video]

Kash Doll Reveals How Lil Wayne Knows About Her Music, Recites His Verse From Kitten, Calls Him A Legend & GOAT

Kash Doll sits down with Naji for an interview with RapRadar’s “Cigar Talk” series, which you can watch in full below.

At the 14:50 mark of their interview, Kash explains how excited she was when Lil Wayne sent her his verse for “Kitten“, calls him a “legend” and a “GOAT”, and appreciates him for mentioning her in an interview when talking about females who can really rap.

The female rapper from Detroit also recited the intro of Tunechi‘s “Kitten” verse, discussed bringing his daughter Reginae Carter out during this year’s “Lil Weezyana Fest” set, and revealed Weezy knows all about her music from Nae Nae!

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Tyga Discusses How Lil Wayne Made Him Into The Person He Is Today, Being Mad He Wasn’t On “Every Girl” & More [Video]

Tyga Discusses How Lil Wayne Made Him Into The Person He Is Today, Being Mad He Wasnt On Every Girl & More

Tyga recently sat down with Ebro Darden for a one on one interview with Beats 1 radio to promote his latest album, Legendary.

During their conversation, which you can watch after the jump below, Ty revealed it was Lil Wayne who helped him grow into the person that he is today from his influence, as well as his work ethic.

“Wayne, he kinda like, he helped me grow into this person and really just inspired me and mentored me through the years. He signed me when I was 17. I was over there when he was doing Carter III so, that whole process, I had somebody to look [up] to as far as like, this is how I should do it. I should be in the studio every day. This person’s doing it. I should be doing shows… you know what I’m saying? I had guidance in a way. Just putting him on the beginning of the album is legendary. After all the drama, all the shit that he’s been through, label stuff, me, and still come out on top…”

T-Raww also mentioned that he put his Tune feature at the beginning of his Legendary album, because he is the actual legend. The former Young Money artist even explained how “Bed Rock” came together after first having hooks from Ne-Yo and Omarion, why you always have to be ready with verses when in the studio with Weezy, and being mad that he wasn’t on “Every Girl“!

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