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Lil Wayne To Release A Brand New Album For His Tour With Blink-182

Lil Wayne To Release A Brand New Album For His Tour With Blink 182

It looks like Lil Wayne is getting close to releasing a brand new album!

Whether it’s Funeral or another project, Weezy will be dropping a new CD for when his joint tour with Blink-182 begins, which means it could drop anytime from now to the first date of the tour (June 27th).

Thanks to Retro, who took a screenshot after purchasing a ticket for the upcoming tour, Ticketmaster sent out a message that read:

“Your ticket comes with a physical CD per order with your choice of Blink-182’s or Lil Wayne’s forthcoming album. Approximately 24-48 hours after purchase, you will receive an additional email with instruction on how to redeem your album. US/Canadian residents only. One CD per online order. Not valid for Fan to Fan Resale.”

You can view the screenshot after the jump below! Do you think the upcoming album from Tunechi will be Funeral?

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Drake & Lil Wayne’s “Successful”, “Ignorant Shit”, “Unstoppable Remix” & “Uptown” Are Now Available On All Streaming Platforms

Drake & Lil Wayne Successful, Ignorant Shit, Unstoppable Remix & Uptown Are Now Available On All Streaming Platforms

Last night at midnight, Drake released his So Far Gone project to all streaming platforms to celebrate it’s 10-year anniversary on February 13th.

As you should already know, the project includes four dope collaborations with his Young Money boss Lil Wayne – “Successful” (also with Trey Songz), “Ignorant Shit“, “Unstoppable Remix” (also with Santigold aka Santogold), and “Uptown” (also with Bun B).

However, for a currently unknown reason, Tunechi does not appear on the outro of “Congratulations” anymore. Drizzy also praised Tune during his SFG thank you post on Instagram by writing: “a decade ago you took me out of Toronto and gave me the biggest blessing anybody has ever given me”.

You can find the four 6 God and Weezy collabos off So Far Gone on all music streaming services after the jump below! Do you still play these frequently?

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Lil Wayne Teases A “Drake vs. Lil Wayne” Part 2 Tour [Video]

Lil Wayne Teases A Drake vs Lil Wayne Part 2 Tour

Back in 2014, Lil Wayne and Drake went on a joint tour across the United States of America and funnily enough, it ended in a tie at 17-17 each, and so they always said that they would do a sequel of the tour to find a winner once and for all.

On the final stop of Drizzy‘s “Aubrey And The Three Migos” tour last week, a video of Tunechi congratulating his Young Mula artist played on the big screen for everyone in attendance and during his message, Tune hinted at another “Drake vs. Lil Wayne” tour:

“Champagne, wassup man? Congratulations on your tour… you a bad motherfucker. Much success, much love… much credit, all due, all well deserved, you earned it all bro. I can’t wait to get back on that stage and we do our own tour again. “Drake vs. Tune, Wayne”… whatever you wanna call it. You will never win, you never do. Congratulations!”

You can watch Weezy‘s message for the 6 God after the jump below. I wonder if this could be anything to do with the upcoming musical collection from the Young Money and OVO family?!

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Lil Wayne Recalls Working With Mac Miller On “The Question”, Explains The Difference Between “Hearing” & “Listening” [Video]

Lil Wayne Recalls Working With Mac Miller On The Question, Explains The Difference Between Hearing & Listening

A “Celebration Of Life” tribute concert was held for the late Mac Miller, who died from a drug overdose on September 7th, at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, California on October 31st.

During the benefit show that included performances from Action Bronson, Anderson.Paak, Chance The Rapper, Earl Sweatshirt, Miguel, ScHoolboy Q, SZA, Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign, Vince Staples, and more, there was a big screen that played messages for Mac from music artists that couldn’t make it.

One of these shout outs that played on the screen was from Lil Wayne at his TRUKSTOP skate park, who shared his memories of Miller and recalled doing their “The Question” collaboration together back in 2012. Wayne also went on to explain the difference between “listening” and “hearing”.

You can check out Tunechi‘s video message after the jump below. The concert allowed viewers to donate to The Mac Miller Circles Fund (TMMCF) to support youth arts and community-building programs in Mac Miller‘s memory. Rest In Peace!

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Birdman & Young Thug Could Be Charged With Trying To Kill Lil Wayne After New Evidence Surfaces

Birdman & Young Thug Could Be Charged With Trying To Kill Lil Wayne After New Evidence Surfaces In The Case

3 years ago, Jimmy Carlton Winfrey aka Peewee Roscoe was found guilty of shooting at Lil Wayne‘s tour bus in Atlanta, Georgia and was served with a 20-year sentence (10 years in prison and 10 years on probation).

Now the Cobb County State Court is about to reopen the case after new evidence has surfaced, which could expose Birdman and Young Thug for having something to do with trying to kill Wayne. 12 minutes before the shooting took place, Thug had called Winfrey a total of 8 times and while Winfrey was in jail, Baby had called him to to say the following:

“Time for you to come out here and get this money nephew. You did everything you could do boss… it’s a eye-opener bruh, ya heard me. Strictly business, man.”

Before we find out in the next few weeks, you can watch footage detailing this latest update and hear the audio of Birdman‘s phone call, courtesy of WSB-TV, after the jump below. Do you think Baby and Thugger will be charged from this new evidence?

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DJ Khaled Shows Love To Lil Wayne At “Lil Weezyana Fest”, Calls Him The “Greatest Rapper Alive” [Video]

DJ Khaled Shows Love To Lil Wayne At Lil Weezyana Fest, Calls Him The Greatest Rapper Alive

On August 25th, the 4th annual “Lil Weezyana Fest” took place in Lil Wayne‘s hometown New Orleans, Louisiana at Champions Square’s Bold Sphere Music.

During the show, a video message popped up from DJ Khaled showing love to his “brother” Tunechi and asking him to perform “Mr. Carter” off Tha Carter III:

“Wassup? I go by the name of DJ Khaled and I want to show love to my brother Lil Wayne, my brother for life, day one, that’s family. That’s the greatest rapper alive, matter of fact, one of the greatest to ever did it, don’t ever play yourself, don’t ever play yourself. Ayo Wayne, you know we all waiting for that C5, that Carter V, and I know it’s more fire, more classics, you know what I’m saying? But right now, I think we should tap in to that Carter III, sometimes you know we need to tap in, you know what I mean? If it’s good with you, I would like to see you perform ‘Mr Carter’, another one.”

Weezy replied with: “I got you” and proceeded to perform the C3 song live for everyone in attendance. You can watch Khaled‘s video message after the jump below!

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