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Feature Friday #219: Project Pat – Ballers (Remix) (Feat Lil Wayne, Turk, Birdman, Juvenile, Juicy J & DJ Paul)

Project Pat Ballers Remix Feat Lil Wayne, Turk, Birdman, Juvenile, Juicy J & DJ Paul

For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have picked the official Cash Money remix of Project Pat‘s “Ballers” single featuring Lil Wayne, Turk, Birdman, Juvenile, Juicy J, and DJ Paul.

The Tear Da Club Up Thugs-produced song appears as the outro on Pat‘s debut studio album, Ghetty Green, which was released back in 1999.

“They call me quick draw 2 pistols Lil Wayne; Champagne took my brain, I don’t think, I just aim”

You can listen to “Ballers (Cash Money Remix)” below.

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Lil Wayne Appears On “Car Test”, Reveals He Is Still Working On His “Velvet” Album [Video]

Lil Wayne Appears On Car Test, Reveals He Is Still Working On His Velvet Album

I previously posted plenty of pictures just under 3 weeks ago, and now the latest episode of Elliott Wilson and TIDAL‘s “Car Test” series with Lil Wayne is available on YouTube.

Throughout the episode, which you can check out after the jump below, Wayne can be seen chatting to Elliott while driving around Miami in a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 and listening to his brand new album, Funeral.

In their conversation, Weezy talked about wanting to keep his Rebirth album series going with the “Funeral” title, including songs that he recorded years ago on Funeral, why he still does intros, outros and skits on his projects, and confirmed he is still working on his forthcoming Velvet album.

Tunechi also spoke on learning how to create hooks after Mannie Fresh and Juvenile used to do them for him back in the day, trying to pay attention to new generation rappers, how his collaboration with The-Dream came about on “Sights And Silencers“, and much more!

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Lil Wayne Performs “Dedicate”, “HYFR”, “Go DJ” & More Songs Live At Belly Up Aspen [Video]

Lil Wayne Performs Dedicate, HYFR, Go DJ & More Songs Live At Belly Up Aspen

Lil Wayne put on a live show at Belly Up Aspen music venue in Colorado at the end of last month on January 26th.

During the concert, Weezy performed “Mr. Carter“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, “Go DJ“, “Lollipop“, “Dedicate“, “The Motto“, “A Milli“, “HYFR“, “Uproar“, and more songs live.

You can check out some dope footage of Tunechi‘s live performance at Belly Up Aspen in the video after the jump below!

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T-Pain Announces New Collaboration With Lil Wayne, Both Hint At A “T-Wayne 2” Album

T-Pain Announces New Collaboration With Lil Wayne, Both Hint At A T-Wayne 2 Album

Yesterday, T-Pain took to Twitter to announce he has an upcoming collaboration with Lil Wayne after Wayne has sent him new vocals.

The Tallahassee music artist then took to Instagram to share a text message he sent to Weezy thanking him for the verse and telling him he “killed this shit”, as well as that he will be using it as the outro on his forthcoming album.

Pain also mentioned to Tunechi that the world wants a new T-Wayne collaboration project from the both of them to which Tune replied saying: “I’m with it whenever u ready! I’m here mane!! They need MUSIK”. Would you like to see and hear a T-Wayne II album?

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Lil Wayne Talks “Tha Carter V”, Attempting Suicide, Retirement, Young Money & More In Billboard 2018 Fall Issue

Lil Wayne Talks Tha Carter V, Attempting Suicide, Retirement, Young Money & More In Billboard 2018 Fall Issue

Lil Wayne graces the front cover of Billboard‘s Fall issue, which will be available on newsstands September 15th.

For his cover story, Weezy spoke on a lot of things including Tha Carter V, his children, tweeting, 2 Chainz’ wedding, seizures, features, Nicki Minaj, suicide, retirement, greatness, Drake, and more.

One interesting part from the story is that they reveal the outro on Tunechi‘s C5 album will be about attempting suicide and it will sample British R&B singer Sampha’s “Indecision” song:

“When he was 12, Wayne came across a gun in his mother’s house and shot himself in the chest, just missing his heart. In the past, he has called this an accident. But on the new verse he plays, Wayne admits this was a suicide attempt, undertaken after his mother told him he would no longer be allowed to rap. The track, which samples British R&B singer Sampha’s brooding but hopeful 2013 song ‘Indecision’ and will be the album’s outro, was on the original album tracklist, but Wayne added new lyrics this summer, following the suicides of designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain.’

Also during their conversation, we get confirmation that Young Money Entertainment now solely belongs to Tune, but their distribution deal with Republic Records remains in place. You can check out some excerpts from the interview and pics from the photo shoot below!

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