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Lonzo Ball Explains Why Lil Wayne Is His Favorite Rapper & Needs Him To Be Free So He Can Drop “Tha Carter V”

Lonzo Ball Explains Why Lil Wayne Is His Favorite Rapper & Needs Him To Be Free So He Can Drop Tha Carter 5

American professional basketball player Lonzo Ball recently spoke to XXL about who he grew up listening to and who his favorite rapper is.

The Los Angeles Lakers player revealed Lil Wayne has always been his favorite rapper and explained the reasons why.

You can read exactly what Lonzo said below. Earlier this year, Ball also called Wayne an influence!

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CyHi The Prynce Talks Upcoming Tour With Lil Wayne & What He Learned From Watching Wayne Growing Up [Video]

CyHi The Prynce Talks Upcoming Tour With Lil Wayne & What He Learned From Watching Him Growing Up

CyHi The Prynce recently sat down with Jinx from Pigeons And Planes during SXSW for a one on one interview.

During their conversation, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper spoke on his upcoming “Kampus Krash Tour” with Lil Wayne, what he learned from watching Wayne growing up, and how he made the skating influence in hip-hop popular.

You can check out the full interview in a video after the jump below!

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Tyga Discusses Learning From Two “Geniuses” Lil Wayne & Kanye West [Video]

Tyga Discusses Learning From Two Geniuses Lil Wayne & Kanye West

Tyga recently sat down with HotNewHipHop at GOOD Studios in Los Angeles for a one on one interview that you can watch below.

During their conversation, T-Raww spoke on idolizing Lil Wayne, as well as recalled listening to Wayne‘s mixtapes in his bedroom when he was younger to wish one day he will be able to rap with him, which came true!

The former Young Money rapper also discussed the different lessons he has learned from being around 2 people he calls lyrical geniuses – Weezy and Kanye West.

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Lil B Says Lil Wayne Is “Better” Than 2Pac, Eminem, Jay Z & Biggie + “Up There” With Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson & The Beatles

Lil B Explains Why Lil Wayne Is Better Than 2Pac, Eminem, Jay Z & Biggie + Up There With Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson & The Beatles

Lil B recently chatted to Paper Mag for an interview about the music artist that influenced the BasedGod to be as #Based as he is, which is Lil Wayne.

The Berkeley rapper explained why he thinks Tunechi is the “best rapper ever to live” and “the best rapper to ever come on earth”, as well as called Tune lyrically better then 2Pac, Eminem, Jay Z, and The Notorious B.I.G..

He also said that he thinks Weezy is “up there” with Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson and The Beatles. You can read everything Lil B said about Wayne below. Salute to the BasedGod for this!

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Lil Wayne Calls I Am Not A Human Being 2 “One Of The Best Lyrical Albums Yet”

Lil Wayne Calls I Am Not A Human Being 2 One Of The Best Lyrical Albums Yet

Lil Wayne went on Twitter earlier today to share his opinion on his I Am Not A Human Being 2 album, which was released just over 3 years ago.

This is a pretty rare thing from Tunechi, because Tune doesn’t really use social media at all and especially to share his thoughts on his own music.

The tweet read: “ain’t smellin myself but IANAHB2 is seriously STILL one of the best lyrikal albums yet”. So it seems like Weezy has had a change of heart after previously calling it a “bum-ass album”.

What do you Wayniacs think about this and do you agree with Wayne? My personal opinion is that IANAHB2 is a good album, but there may be one too many filler songs, as well as not needed features!

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Tech N9ne Says “Tha Carter IV” Boosted His Appeal To African Americans, Calls Lil Wayne A “Lyricist”

Tech N9ne Says Tha Carter 4 Boosted His Appeal To African Americans, Calls Lil Wayne A Lyricist

J. Bachelor from Only Hip Hop Facts recently sat down with Tech N9ne for a one on one interview, which you can check out after the jump below.

During their conversation at the 3:15 mark, Tech mentioned that him appearing on Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter IV album boosted his appeal to African Americans as he saw more turn up to his shows. He also thanked Weezy for recognizing a lyricist:

“Thank you to Wayne for making that happen, I love you brother. Thank you man for even recognizing a lyricist, as well, because he’s a lyricist, I don’t care what nobody says, fuck ’em, that nigga can rap!”

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