Above, is part one of the interview that Sway from MTV held with Lil Wayne during the shooting of the “6 Foot 7 Foot” music video. Weezy and Sway discuss his first day out of prison, “6 Foot 7 Foot“, his collaboration album with Drake, the I Am Still Music tour, behind behind bars and the fan mail he got, The Nino Brown Story Part 3, Tha Carter IV, and much more. You can view the rest of the interview (there are 14 parts total) after the jump and leave your thoughts on the interview in the comments box.
Check out the official music video for Lil Wayne‘s “Pop That” aka “No Ceilings” record featuring Birdman above. This song appeared on Weezy‘s No Ceilings mixtape last year, and DJ Scoob Doo directed the video. I should also point out that this video is NS4W, and it will be included on The Nino Brown Story Part 3.
We were going to include this video into another post on LilWayneHQ, but when we read what MTV put in their article, we just had to make a post for it. You can read the article below and watch the video above were a couple of Young Money artists and Hip Hop experts speak on “The Nino Brown Story Part 3“.
One of the film’s highlights is Wayne‘s reaction to Drake when he hears a verse from “Over” for the first time. In the scene, the two are freestyling in front of a green screen on the set of Drizzy’s “Miss Me” video.
“‘Bout to go Thriller, Mike Jackson on these niggas,” Drake raps. “All I need’s a fucking red jacket with some zippers/ Super good smiddoke, a package of the swishers.”
“Stop,” Wayne yells in admiration, as if to say Drake’s line was too good.
“I did it overnight, it couldn’t happen any quicker,” Drake continues. “Y’all know them? Well, fuck it, me either/ But point the biggest skeptic out, I’ll make him a believer/ It wouldn’t’ be the first time I done it/ Throwin’ hundreds when I should be throwin’ ones.”
Wayne, with a smile on his face yells, “Stop! You should be throwing ones, man.”
In the above video DJ Scoob Doo speaks on his upcoming DVD “Entourage: Fetti Holmes Edition” which features Lil Wayne, Drake, Gucci Mane, Birdman, and many more. This DVD will give an inside view on the hip-hop world and will include personal footage from Drizzy and Weezy. It will also show clips of Gucci shooting his parts for the “Steady Mobbin’” music video. There is still no set date for “The Nino Brown Story Part 3“, but the “Entourage: Fetti Holmes Edition” will be released later this week! You can read more on what Scoob had to say below and be on the look out for this upcoming DVD.
“I chose the title of ‘Entourage‘ because this is — in my opinion — the heavy hitters of the game. It happens that I have personal relationships with them. It made sense not to sit on the footage, not to sit on the exclusive content. A lot of people are waiting for that ‘Nino Brown Story’ with Lil Wayne. But this is something you can watch to keep you in suspense and satisfy that hunger.”
In the video above, Lil Wayne calls DJ Scoob Doo from prison! They speak on life, the “Steady Mobbin’” music video (tryna get Gucci to shoot his parts), and getting caught with an iPod in his cell. Scoob Doo also tells us that the release date for The Nino Brown Story Part 3 will drop in June instead of May 21st, and also parts from The Nino Brown Story Part 4 and Part 5 will be included in the Part 3 DVD.