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Tyga Discusses Not Knowing Whether You Are Going To Get A “Lil Wayne Verse” Or “Mixtape Weezy” Verse For A Feature [Video]

Tyga Discusses Not Knowing Whether You Are Going To Get A Lil Wayne Verse Or Mixtape Weezy Verse For A Feature

Last month, Tyga was the special guest on TIDAL‘s “Car Test” video series to promote his latest album, Legendary.

While driving Elliott Wilson around Beverly Hills in his 2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan, Ty spoke on how he came up with the “Lightskin Lil Wayne” song and how you never know if you’re going to get a “Lil Wayne verse” or a “Mixtape Weezy” verse when you send him a beat for a feature.

T-Raww mentioned he has never been around a superstar until Wayne signed him as an artist to Young Money, he very much looks up to Tunechi, how Tune is committed to who he is, his message and lyrics, and how he was happy he got “Mixtape Weezy” on his “On Me” song.

Also during their conversation, Tyga recalled Weezy doing a show at a music venue that was 500 capacity and it being full to where people were standing on top of each other, to then performing at arenas a couple of months later. You can check it all out after the jump below. Enjoy!

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Juvenile Discusses The Lost Lil Wayne Notebook On Sale, Reveals Wayne Wrote A Verse For “Back That Azz Up” [Video]

Juvenile Discusses The Lost Lil Wayne Notebook On Sale, Reveals Wayne Wrote A Verse For Back That Azz Up

Juvenile recently sat down with Ebro Darden, Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez for an interview with Hot 97 on their “Ebro In The Morning” radio show to promote his and Birdman‘s joint album, Just Another Gangsta.

From the 14:35 mark of their conversation, which you can check out below, Juvie was asked about the lost handwritten Lil Wayne notebook from the Hot Boys days that is currently on sale for $250,000.00.

The New Orleans rapper confirmed that Wayne had numerous notepads full of lyrics back in the day, revealed Tunechi had a whole verse ready for “Back That Azz Up” that didn’t make the final version, and recalled saying Tune would be the future of music!

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Lil Skies Takes A Quiz On His Idol Lil Wayne [Video]

Lil Skies Takes A Quiz On His Idol Lil Wayne

Lil Skies recently appeared on Genius‘ “The Genius Test” series to take a quiz on one of his biggest influences in music – Lil Wayne, which you can watch below.

At the start of the video, the Pennsylvania-born rapper called Tunechi “the G.O.A.T.” and revealed how Tune influenced him to be himself in his music. If you recall back to last year, Skies paid homage to Wayne with his “A Milli“-inspired music video for “Welcome To The Rodeo“.

Some of the questions that Lil Skies got right included finishing the lyrics off from “6 Foot 7 Foot“, which artist is not signed to Young Money, how old Mr. Carter was when he first recorded under the name of Baby D, what was the title of the Destiny’s Child single that Weezy appeared on, and more.

Skies got a total of 76% on this quiz and some of the questions which he got wrong were: the title of Lil Wayne‘s debut studio album, which DJ hosted the Dedication mixtape series, what project Wayne released exclusively on TIDAL, and listing as many Weezy and Drake songs that he could in under 15 seconds!

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MSNBC Recite Lil Wayne Lyrics In Their “This Is Who We Are” Ad [Video]

MSNBC Recite Lil Wayne Lyrics In Their This Is Who We Are Ad

MSNBC have released a new “This Is Who We Are.” ad and it includes journalists Ali Velshi and Ari Melber reciting Lil Wayne lyrics.

The commercial for the American television network, which you can check out below, includes the journalists citing Weezy‘s “Krazy” and “Mrs. Officer” tracks.

This is not the first time that Ari has referenced Tunechi lyrics on TV as 2 years ago, he also quoted Tune to attack the President of the United States, Donald Trump, and his greed!

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Cool & Dre Rate “Album Lil Wayne” & “Mixtape Weezy” [Video]

Cool & Dre Rate Album Lil Wayne & Mixtape Weezy Video

Cool & Dre recently sat down with BET to appear on their “Rate The Bars: VS” series. This is where they rated lyrics from Lil Wayne‘s mixtapes and albums.

In the clip, the production duo rated lyrics from “Album Lil Wayne” and “Mixtape Weezy“, which included the songs: “Dedication 3“, “A Milli“, “Bank Account“, “I Am Not A Human Being“, “SportsCenter“, “Phone Home“, “Watch My Shoes“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Addictive“, and “Playing With Fire“.

You can check out Cool & Dre‘s ratings after the jump below! What do you personally prefer out of “Album Wayne” and “Mixtape Weezy“? Let me know in the comments section below!

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Iman Shumpert Rates The Bars From Lil Wayne’s “Off, Off, Off” Song [Video]

Iman Shumpert Rates The Bars From Lil Wayne Off, Off, Off

Iman Shumpert recently appeared on BET’s “Rate The Bars: NBA Edition” series to rate lyrics from artists such as Drake, Lil Uzi Vert, Machine Gun Kelly, Nicki Minaj, Lloyd Banks, Kobe Bryant, Lil B, and Lou Williams.

During the clip, which you can check out below, Iman rated the following lyrics from Lil Wayne‘s “Off, Off Off” song 5 out of 5 before then calling his beat selection and delivery “so crazy”:

“Tatted up like J.R Smith; What was that sound? That was swish; Shout out to Shumpert and Tris’; They got the rebounds and defense”

The professional basketball player for the Sacramento Kings also added that Tunechi is a good guy and a lot of music artists try and make that “soundtrack to a game” vibe, but Tune is one of the artists who is really great at it!

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