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Young Thug Raps Along To Lil Wayne’s “Hollywood Divorce” Verse While Throwing Up Gang Signs [Video]

Young Thug Raps Along To Lil Wayne Hollywood Divorce Verse While Throwing Up Gang Signs

Young Thug recently shared a video of himself listening and rapping along to Lil Wayne‘s classic verse on OutKast’s “Hollywood Divorce” single.

With a snippet of an unreleased collaboration from the two surfacing online a few days ago, do you think that they could be putting their past beef behind them?

You can watch Thugger bumping “Hollywood Divorce” while throwing up gang signs, as well as showing off his sneakers and jewellery in the 43-second clip after the jump below!

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Watch Lil Wayne’s Full Live Performance At The Ayva Center In Houston For His Pre-Super Bowl 51 Party

Lil Wayne Full Live Performance At The Ayva Center In Houston For His Pre Super Bowl 51 Party

On February 4th, Lil Wayne hosted a 2017 Pre-Super Bowl 51 party and put on a live show at the Ayva Center in Houston, Texas.

During the event, Weezy performed “A Milli“, “Rick As Fuck“, “Bitches Love Me“, “HYFR (Hell Ya Fuckin’ Right)“, “Rollin’“, “The Motto“, “Loyal“, “No Problem“, “Steady Mobbin’“, and “No Worries” live.

Hit the jump to check out all of Tunechi‘s live performance. You can also hear Tune say “YMROC boy” instead of “YMCMB boy” on his “Rollin’” freestyle!

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Andre 3000 Mentions Lil Wayne & Young Thug While Talking About Influence At Phife Dawg’s Funeral [Video]

Andre 3000 Mentions Lil Wayne & Young Thug While Talking About Influence At Phife Dawg Funeral

Andre 3000 was one of music artists that paid tribute to Phife Dawg at his memorial service, which took place at the Apollo Theater in New York City on Tuesday (April 5th) for 4 hours.

While at the funeral, Andre spoke on how Phife Dawg and A Tribe Called Quest influenced him and Big Boi to rap and create Outkast. He also went on to say how artists like Lil Wayne was then inspired by Outkast and then artists like Young Thug are being inspired by Wayne.

3 Stacks doesn’t want to see older music artists hating on the younger artists and says influence will always keep them all connected. You can read exactly what Dre said about Weezy in his tribute speech at the memorial service after the jump below, as well as watch a video of it too!

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Feature Friday #27: Outkast – Hollywood Divorce (Feat Lil Wayne & Snoop Dogg)

Outkast Hollywood Divorce Feat Lil Wayne & Snoop Dogg

The “Feature Friday” installment for this week is Outkast‘s “Hollywood Divorce” single featuring Lil Wayne and Snoop Dogg.

This Andre 3000-produced track appears on Outkast‘s sixth studio album, Idlewild, which was released back in 2006.

“Hold up, your grill’s glistenin’; Spent a hundred thousand on mine to feel different; What’s the real sense of it? Uh, bling bling; I know, and did you know I’m the creator of the term? I just straightened the perm; Ain’t let it sit too long, they just makin’ it burn”

You can listen to “Hollywood Divorce” below and read the lyrics here.

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Lil Wayne Appears On The Front Cover Of XXL Magazine’s Final Issue Of 2013

Lil Wayne Appears On The Front Cover Of XXL Magazine Final Issue Of 2013

To honor hip-hop’s 40-year-anniversary, XXL magazine are celebrating the achievement by releasing collector’s edition covers starring some of the biggest rappers including Lil Wayne.

Other rappers who XXL have chosen to feature on the cover for their last issue of 2013 are: Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg, Outkast, and LL Cool J. The issue will hit newsstands all over the world on December 31st.

You can view the XXL magazine cover for the four decades of hip-hop special edition issue that has Weezy F Baby on the front above!


Find Out What Drake’s Favorite Lil Wayne Verse Of All Time Is…

Before watching the video above to find out Drake‘s answer, here is a line from the verse to see if you can guess it: “I listen to her heart beat, because it plays my favorite song”.

Drake talks and recites his favorite Lil Wayne verse of all time and explains why he chose it. Drizzy also says one of his favorite rap songs of all time is Outkast’s “Hollywood Divorce” featuring Weezy and Snoop Dogg. Did you expect this choice from Drizzy Drake