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Lloyd Recalls Lil Wayne Picking Him Up In His Stretch Hummer Limousine & How “You” Came Together [Video]

Lloyd Recalls Lil Wayne Picking Him Up In His Stretch Hummer Limousine & How You Came Together

Lloyd sat down with VIBE last month to appear on their “Then And Now” series and break down the stories behind his biggest hits, which you can watch below.

At the 3:15 mark, the New Orleans-born artist discusses Lil Wayne picking him up after one of his concerts at Mama’s Prime Time in Atlanta in his stretch Hummer limousine and singing his “I’m A G” song word for word to his face, as well as letting him know that this was his favorite song at the current time.

The R&B singer-songwriter also revealed how his “You” single featuring Weezy came about in 2007 after originally having Tango Redd on the song. This involved Hurricane Katrina and Lloyd spending his own money to promote the collaboration on radio stations. He even mentioned Tune sent him his verses for “You” back on the same day that he reached out to him for the feature!

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Lloyd Raps A Lil Wayne Track During ELLE’s “Song Association” Series [Video]

Lloyd Raps A Lil Wayne Track During ELLE Song Association Series

Lloyd recently stopped by ELLE to participate in a game of their “Song Association” series.

The aim of the challenge is to sing a record which includes the word that is given to them in under 10 seconds.

However, the New Orleans-born artist changed the rules a little bit when the word “Hot” came up as he proceeded to rap Lil Wayne‘s “Tha Block Is Hot” single.

You can check out Lloyd rap a bit of Wayne music in season 3 episode 4 of ELLE‘s “Song Association” series after the jump below. Enjoy!

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Feature Friday #161: Lloyd – Get It Shawty (Remix) (Feat Lil Wayne, Big Boi & Chamillionaire)

Lloyd Get It Shawty Remix Feat Lil Wayne, Big Boi & Chamillionaire

I have chosen the remix for Lloyd‘s “Get It Shawty” single featuring verses from Lil Wayne, Big Boi and Chamillionaire for this week’s “Feature Friday” installment.

The original version of this James “J. Lack” Lackey-produced song appears on Lloyd‘s Street Love album, which was released back in 2007.

“Car black, car big, car fast, Car-ter; Can I stick my pencil in your sharpener? Beat it up like it’s a drum, call me Travis Barker”

You can listen to “Get It Shawty” remix below. Click here to read the lyrics for the track!

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Lloyd Discusses How Lil Wayne Can Get On Any Song & Rap Your Own Story Better Than You [Video]

Lloyd Discusses How Lil Wayne Can Get On Any Song & Rap Your Own Story Better Than You

Lloyd recently stopped by Hot 107.9 radio station in Atlanta to chop it up with Stuey Rock and DJ Kash from The Durtty Boyz in a video that you can check out below.

Before their interview began, Lloyd and The Durtty Boyz chopped it up backstage and discussed various subjects. One of these things included the R&B singer-songwriter revealing how he ended up on Young Money‘s “BedRock” single instead of Omarion after Lil Wayne had fell out with him.

Later on in their conversation while talking about Wayne‘s “Uproar” record, Lloyd mentioned that he would love to do exactly what Swizz Beatz did to Tunechi, which was send him every beat/song he has ever worked on because he just wants Tune on his music.

The New Orleans-born music artist even said that Lil Wayne can kill any song with any subject matter. For an example, he used a song that was about his little sister who died at a young age by saying Wayne could kill that song too. Lloyd also added that Weezy could get on any track and rap your own story better than you!

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Lloyd Reveals What His Favorite Collaboration With Lil Wayne Is [Video]

Lloyd Reveals What His Favorite Collaboration From Himself & Lil Wayne Is

Lloyd recently sat down with LowKey from Apple Music’s Beats 1 Radio show to promote his new album, Tru, which includes the 2016 collaboration with Lil Wayne – “Holding“.

During their conversation, the R&B singer-songwriter chatted about his relationship with Tunechi and revealed that his favorite collabo from them is “The Bandits“, which was never released officially. He also added that Tune freestyled his whole verse after one of his concerts in Atlanta and kept on rapping even after the beat ended.

Carrying on with the story, the New Orleans native mentioned Weezy ended up going mad after him and his people were kicked out of the studio. You can check out everything what Lloyd had to say below, as well as also listen to an unfinished version of “The Bandits“!

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Tyga Recalls The Making Of Young Money’s “Bed Rock” Music Video, Signing To Lil Wayne & More

Tyga Recalls The Making Of Young Money Bed Rock Music Video, How He Signed To Lil Wayne & More

Tyga recently sat down with Billboard to appear on their new “Chart Rewind” series and to take a look back at Young Money‘s Bed Rock” music video featuring Lloyd after not seeing it for a couple of years.

While watching back the video from 2009, T-Raww discussed the making of the visual, “Bed Rock” being his first hit, how he became involved with Lil Wayne and YM, being in the studio with Wayne as he recorded “A Milli“, and more.

The former Young Mula artist also revealed his first impressions of seeing Nicki Minaj, first meeting Drake, being shocked after hearing it was Drizzy rapping with Weezy on “Ransom“, and how there were other versions of “Bed Rock” with Omarion and Ne-Yo!

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