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Pusha T Gives Praise To Lil Wayne For His “Drought” Mixtape

Pusha T Gives Praise To Lil Wayne For His Drought Mixtape

Who would have thought they would see the day of Pusha T giving praise to Lil Wayne in a new interview?

While recently talking to Vulture for their “Superlatives” series and to promote his new It’s Always Dry album, Pusha complimented Weezy‘s “Drought” project.

The Clipse rapper said Tunechi‘s “Drought” is “definitely fire” when talking about mixtapes he loved from the 2000s! My guess is that he is talking about Da Drought 3, but what do you think?

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Big Sean Plays “Drake vs. Lil Wayne”, Recalls Wayne Jumping On “Beware” + More [Video]

Big Sean Plays Drake vs Lil Wayne, Recalls Wayne Jumping On Beware + More

At the end of 2021, Big Sean sat down with N.O.R.E. aka Noreaga and DJ EFN for an interview on their “Drink Champs” podcast to discuss his career, life, Detroit, and much more.

From the 14:50 mark, Sean talked about growing up loving the mixtape era and recalled riding to school listening to Lil Wayne‘s Dedication 1 and Dedication 2 tapes.

Later on in their conversation at 1:02:15, N.O.R.E. asked Sean to pick from “Drake or Wayne” to which the Detroit rapper named Wayne solely for the reason if there was no Weezy, there would be no Drizzy.

Big Sean also talked about where he was at in life when he made his “Beware” single featuring Tunechi and Jhene Aiko at the 1:38:30 point of their convo. He remembers Tune hearing just 6 seconds of the song when he decided that this was going to be the record he jumps on!

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BRS Kash Says He Grew Up On “No Ceilings” & Is Grateful Lil Wayne Remixed “Throat Baby” [Video]

BRS Kash Says He Grew Up On No Ceilings & Is Grateful Lil Wayne Remixed Throat Baby

BRS Kash sits down with B. High for a one on one interview, which you can check out down below.

Around the 13:00 mark of their conversation, Kash talked about the success of his “Throat Baby” single and Lil Wayne remixing it for Side B of his No Ceilings 3 mixtape.

The Atlanta rapper joked that Wayne and Rich The Kid dropped their “Throat Baby” remix before he could release his own remix, as well as revealed he grew up on the No Ceilings project and is grateful that a “legend” remixed one of his songs!

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Antonio Brown Says Lil Wayne Inspired His New Rap Career

Antonio Brown Says Lil Wayne Inspired His New Rap Career

While in attendance at “The Future Brunch” that was hosted by Kanye West and Jason Lee for Black media outlets last month, HipHopDX caught up with Antonio Brown.

As he is now focused on a career in rap after being released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in American football, AB discussed being inspired by Lil Wayne and recalled listening to Wayne‘s older mixtapes:

“I remember bumping Lil Wayne’s [Da] Drought and Sqad Up mixtapes. That’s when Lil Wayne was showing you that his craft was for real. I had the same feeling [walking off the field in January].”

Do you think it could happen and would you like to see a collaboration between Antonio Brown and Weezy?


Lil Wayne’s Re-Release Of “Sorry 4 The Wait” Debuts at No. 60 On “Top 200” Chart

Lil Wayne Re-Release Of Sorry 4 The Wait Debuts at No 60 On Top 200 Chart

The official re-release of Lil Wayne‘s Sorry 4 The Wait project has debuted at No. 60 on Billboard’s “Top 200” album chart.

If you have been living under a rock, Weezy re-released his S4TW mixtape on January 14th with four brand new songs after originally dropping it on July 13th, 2011.

Tune‘s next plans with this project are to premiere a music video for “Cameras” featuring his Young Money artist Allan Cubas! Are you still bumping Sorry 4 The Wait on streaming platforms?