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Lil Wayne Pays Tribute To Kobe Bryant + Performs “Don’t Cry”, “Uproar” & More Songs Live With 2 Chainz At Delano Beach Club [Video]

Lil Wayne Pays Tribute To Kobe Bryant + Performs Dont Cry, Uproar & More Songs Live With 2 Chainz At Delano Beach Club

We saw pictures yesterday, and now here is some footage of Lil Wayne performing live at Delano Beach Club in Miami, Florida during 2020 Big Game Weekend.

During the concert, Weezy performed “John“, “6 Foot 7 Foot“, “Don’t Cry“, “How To Love“, “Go DJ“, “Lollipop“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Uproar” with 2 Chainz on stage with him, and more songs live for everyone in attendance.

Tunechi also paid tribute to Kobe Bryant at the start of the TIDAL and sbe Collection-co-hosted show, as well as accidentally performed his “6 Foot 7 Foot” verse to the “I’m Goin’ In” beat. Check out footage after the jump below!

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Kidd Kidd Reveals 2 Chainz Was Supposed To Be Featured On Lil Wayne’s “Mrs. Officer” Instead Of Himself

Kidd Kidd Reveals 2 Chainz Was Supposed To Be Featured On Lil Wayne Mrs Officer Instead Of Himself

We received part 1 last week, and now here is the second part of Kidd Kidd‘s interview with Maloney for Breaking Wreckords Radio.

In this section of their conversation (listen below), Kidd explained the process of how Lil Wayne‘s “Mrs. Officer” single featuring himself and Bobby V off Tha Carter III album came about.

The New Orleans rapper says he was not originally supposed to appear on “Mrs. Officer” and instead he replaced 2 Chainz on it. He also added it’s a perfect example of being in the right place at the right time!

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Kidd Kidd Explains His Fall Out With Lil Wayne, The “Mrs. Officer” Music Video & Leaving Young Money

Kidd Kidd Explains His Fall Out With Lil Wayne, The Mrs Officer Music Video & Leaving Young Money

Kidd Kidd recently participated in an interview with Maloney for Breaking Wreckords Radio, which you can check out below.

During their conversation, Kidd explained exactly what happened with the fall out with Lil Wayne and deciding to leave the Young Money Entertainment record label.

The New Orleans rapper also mentioned he never received any money from his deal with YM and told the story of how he was left out of the “Mrs. Officer” music video that in the end was one big miscommunication!

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2 Chainz Reveals He Was Almost On Lil Wayne’s “Mrs. Officer” & “Steady Mobbin” Singles [Video]

2 Chainz Talks Being Around Young Money + Reveals He Was Almost On Lil Wayne Mrs Officer & Steady Mobbin Singles

2 Chainz and his roster of artists from his The Real University (T.R.U.) record label recently appeared on Genius’ “For The Record” series to chop it up with Rob Markman.

Around the 8:45 mark of their conversation, Tity Boi revealed he learned about “patience” the most while being around Young Money Entertainment for a very long time.

He also mentioned that he was originally on a few Lil Wayne songs that people don’t know about, such as “Mrs. Officer” and “Steady Mobbin’“. Check it all out below!

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Lil Wayne Performs Live At The Diriyah Music Festival In Saudi Arabia, Calls Out Riyadh After Issues Of Getting In The Country [Videos]

Lil Wayne Performs Live At The Diriyah Music Festival In Saudi Arabia, Calls Out Riyadh After Issues Of Getting In The Country

On November 30th, Lil Wayne headlined the 2019 Diriyah Music Festival in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. You can view plenty of footage of Wayne‘s set that included an auto-tune microphone below.

Throughout the concert, Weezy performed “6 Foot 7 Foot“, “No Worries“, “John“, “Bitches Love Me“, “Rich As Fuck“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Can’t Be Broken“, “Go DJ“, “Got Money“, “Old Town Road (Remix)“, “No Problem“, “Pop That“, “The Motto“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “Uproar“, “Lollipop“, and more songs live for the crowd.

Also during the show, Tunechi told everyone in attendance that he “had some problems getting in the country”, which is also the reason why he went on Twitter afterwards to say: “Never going to Riyadh again!!!” The issue comes from Tune wanting to smoke weed in Saudi Arabia and that is completely illegal in the country!

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Lil Wayne & Blink-182 Kick Off Their Joint Tour In Hartford, Watch Wayne’s Full Set & View The Setlist [Video]

Lil Wayne & Blink 182 Kick Off Their Joint Tour In Hartford, Watch Wayne Full Set & View The Setlist

Over the weekend on June 29th, Lil Wayne and Blink-182 kicked off their joint North American tour at the XFINITY Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut.

For the concert on Saturday, Wayne brought out Gudda Gudda and even performed Tha Carter V bonus song, “In This House“, live for the very first time in his music career. If you are wondering what other tracks Weezy performs on this tour, his full setlist is as follows:

6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Don’t Cry“, “The Motto“, “Hustler Musik“, “No Worries“, “John“, “Got Money“, “Rich As Fuck“, “I’m Me“, “Drop The World“, “Lollipop“, “Mrs. Officer“, “She Will“, “Every Girl“, “BedRock” with Gudda Gudda, “Can’t Be Broken“, “Fireman“, “Money On My Mind“, “Go DJ“, “Swag Surfin’“, “Rollin’“, “Wasted“, “Ride For My Niggas“, “HYFR“, “No Problem“, “Pop That“, “Let It Fly“, “Mona Lisa“, “In This House“, “Right Above It“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “A Milli“, and “Uproar“.

You can watch Tunechi‘s full set after the jump below, courtesy of Neudys Jimenez. The next stop on this Tune and Blink-182 tour will be taking place at the Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana tomorrow evening (July 3rd)! What are your thoughts on the first show?

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