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Myles William Explains How “Let It All Work Out” Came Together, Calls Lil Wayne His “Favorite Artist Of All Time”

Myles William Explains How Let It All Work Out Came Together, Calls Lil Wayne His Favorite Artist Of All Time

One of the co-producers from Lil Wayne‘s “Let It All Work Out” song, Myles William, spoke to DJ Booth all about the outro track off Tha Carter V album.

Myles talked about how he first got the beat to Weezy, how he never lost hope of it being released even with the long lawsuit, when exactly he found out that it would be appearing on C5, and plenty more.

You can check out everything what William had to say about “Let It All Work Out” after the jump below. The producer also called Tunechi his “favorite artist of all time”!

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Every Song Minus The Intro From Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album Has Charted In The “Hot 100”, Ties A Drake Record

Every Song Minus The Intro From Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Album Has Charted In The Hot 100, Ties A Drake Record

Every song from Lil Wayne‘s latest album, Tha Carter V, except for the Intro message from Wayne‘s mother Jacida Carter called “I Love You Dwayne“, has debuted in the Billboard “Hot 100” chart.

This is an amazing achievement and it also means that Weezy has tied with his Young Money artist Drake for the most simultaneous “Hot 100” debuts in a single week with 22 each.

You can see where all 22 tracks from C5 have debuted on the Billboard chart after the jump below. Congratz to Tunechi!

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Full 40-Minute Interview: Lil Wayne & Odell Beckham Talk Tattoos, “Tha Carter V”, New York Giants, Birdman, Eli Manning & More [Video]

Lil Wayne & Odell Beckham Talk Tattoos, Tha Carter V, New York Giants, Birdman, Eli Manning & More

After seeing Lil Wayne respond to the negative feedback about this interview in the week, we can now watch Odell Beckham Jr. and Wayne sit down with journalist Josina Anderson to discuss all things about music, sports, their careers, relationship, achievements, and more.

During the 40-minute conversation, which ESPN released today, Weezy talked about the first thing that comes to mind when you mention OBJ, the most important tattoo he has on his body, what his darkest hour has been, “Can’t Be Broken“, the New York Giants, and says the situation with Birdman was just “straight confusion”.

Tunechi also opened up about the thought process behind the outro on his Tha Carter V album, “Let It All Work Out“, in which he says it was recorded 4 years ago. Odell speaks on what the first thing that comes to his mind when you mention Lil Wayne, why he got a tattoo of Tune on his leg, his own darkest hour of this year, the New York Giants, Eli Manning, and plenty more!

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