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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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Lil Wayne Talks “Tha Carter V” & Not Writing His Songs Down + Performs “Dedicate” Live On Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” [Videos]

Lil Wayne Talks Tha Carter V & Not Writing His Songs Down + Performs Dedicate Live On Jimmy Fallon Tonight Show

Last night, Lil Wayne made an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” to promote his new album, Tha Carter V.

During his sit-down interview, Weezy chatted to Jimmy Fallon about the nearly 5-year-long wait for C5‘s release, how he got into skateboarding, and studying his lyrics for his new songs as he doesn’t write them down.

Tunechi also performed “Dedicate” live for the very first time with The Roots for the “Tonight Show audience. You can check out videos of his conversation and live performance after the jump below. Enjoy!

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Lil Wayne Spits A New Freestyle Over “Best Rapper Alive” At Lil Weezyana Fest [Video]

Lil Wayne Spits A New Freestyle Over Best Rapper Alive At Lil Weezyana Fest

During this year’s “Lil Weezyana Fest” in New Orleans on August 25th, Lil Wayne spat a new freestyle over his “Best Rapper Alive” beat off Tha Carter II.

“I told my homie: ‘I know where to find him’; He said: ‘you late, we already got ’em; And by the way, it was an honor’; That made my day, I was so proud of him; I gave ’em something from my favorite designer, and a chihuahua”

You can watch Tunechi rap this new verse after the jump below. Click here to also see Birdman make a public apology to Tune at the 4th annual “Lil Weezyana Fest”!

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A New Lil Wayne Snippet Surfaces Online

A New Lil Wayne Snippet Surfaces Online

Out of nowhere, a short new snippet of an unreleased Lil Wayne song has surfaced online and it’s possible it could be the “Quasimodo” song.

“When it comes to money trees we got a jungle; Lord, I was born there like Tarzan, go hard man”

There are currently no details as of right now on which project this track will appear on, but I’ll keep you updated when there is.

You can listen to the sneak peek after the jump below! Are you liking the sound of it so far?

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Rich Homie Quan Talks About Wanting To Be Lil Wayne From A Young Age, Calls Him “The G.O.A.T.” [Video]

Rich Homie Quan Talks About Wanting To Be Lil Wayne From A Young Age, Calls Him The GOAT

Rich Homie Quan recently sat down with Rap-Up for an interview and to promote his debut album, Rich As In Spirit, which is available to stream and buy now.

When asked about his unreleased collaboration with Tunechi, the Atlanta rapper spoke on how he always wanted to be exactly like Tune while growing up:

“I’m from Atlanta, him being from New Orleans, we both from down south, the baggy clothes, the bandanas… what he did to the hip-hop culture, who didn’t wanna be Wayne? At some point, I was growing braids trying to look exactly like Wayne. And this was before I could even understand what he was saying, I was so lost in his image… I want my pants to sag, I want braids. Then when I realized how talented he was, it was over with. He already had me going from the look, then when I was old enough to understand what he could say… when I could just read lyrics… I felt like it was relatable to the story I was going through… Wayne’s the G.O.A.T.”

You can check out Quan speaking about Weezy and call him the G.O.A.T. in a video after the jump below!

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