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Anuel AA Speaks On Lil Wayne Inspiration & Wanting To Be The Spanish Rap Version Of Wayne [Video]

Anuel AA Speaks On Lil Wayne Inspiration & Wanting To Be The Spanish Rap Version Of Wayne

Anuel AA sat down with Big Boy for an interview at the end of last year on his Neighborhood show, which you can check out down below.

From the 11:40 mark of their conversation, Anuel recalls watching and learning from Lil Wayne as the best artist in the world to try and be the best artist himself that raps in Spanish. Even though Tunechi was huge in Puerto Rico, AA wanted to replicate everything Tune did but in Spanish.

The Puerto Rican music artist also reflects on Weezy being the number one rapper in the world, putting on the likes of Drake and Nicki Minaj, and taking inspiration from the Young Money CEO: “He was the number one in the world, nobody can tell me nothing else. He was looking untouchable.” Click here to listen to Anuel AA and Wayne‘s “Ferrari” collaboration!

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G Herbo Chats About His Favorite Rapper Lil Wayne & Witnessing His Run In Rap [Video]

G Herbo Chats About His Favorite Rapper Lil Wayne & Witnessing His Run In Rap

G Herbo sits down with host Yung Miami for Revolt’s “Caresha Please” show to talk about music, past trauma, legacy, and much more.

At the 8:20 mark of their interview (watch below), Herbo discussed his favorite rappers Lil Wayne and JAY-Z, as well as witnessing Wayne‘s run in hip-hop.

The Chicago rapper says Tunechi went on a run that he has never seen before “on some rap sh*t” and growing up on Tune‘s music was “raw”. Click here to check out Herb pay homage to Weezy with a song sampling “Gossip“!

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Tyga Talks Learning From Lil Wayne, Touring With Wayne, Young Money Reunion & More [Video]

Tyga Talks Learning From Lil Wayne, Touring With Wayne, Young Money Reunion & More

Tyga was the latest guest on Mike Tyson‘s “Hotboxin’” series were he chopped it up with the heavyweight boxing legend himself and DJ Whoo Kid to promote his new album, It’s Too Loud I Can’t Hear You, due to be released on November 18th.

At the start of their conversation (watch below), T-Raww chatted about first getting his big chance in the music industry when Lil Wayne signed him at 17-years-old, which was during Tha Carter III era. He discussed Wayne taking him on tour, as well as how being around Weezy at that time was his “artist development”.

Later on in their interview, Ty spoke on getting his hustle and work ethic from Lil Wayne, how Wayne does not talk much, working with Young Money back in the day, being a big fan of Tunechi plus how Tune and “prime Eminem” are his favorite rappers, planning to be at the YM reunion show in Toronto before Drake caught COVID-19, Lil Twist, riding around New Orleans with Birdman in his Bugatti, and much more!

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Hollywood Cole Talks Lil Wayne + Producing “B.B. King Freestyle”

Hollywood Cole Talks Lil Wayne + Producing BB King Freestyle For Him & Drake

Hollywood Cole recently chopped it up with HotNewHipHop for an interview on their “On The Come Up” series, which you can watch below.

In their conversation, Cole talked about producing the beat for Lil Wayne and Drake‘s “B.B. King Freestyle” that can be found on Side A of the No Ceilings 3 mixtape.

The producer also revealed Weezy‘s mixtapes were a big part of him first getting into music and that he would get Tune to spit a verse on his dream song! Do you still listen to “B.B. King Freestyle“?

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Yung Bleu Talks Having Great Chemistry With Lil Wayne, Unreleased Music Together & More [Video]

Yung Bleu Talks Having Great Chemistry With Lil Wayne, Unreleased Music Together & More

Yung Bleu stopped by Hot 97 a couple of months ago to chat with Nessa on her “Nessa On Air” radio show, which you can watch below.

Around the 10:00 mark of their conversation, Bleu talked about having great chemistry with Lil Wayne, how Wayne is selfless and he will genuinely do anything to see you win, having 5 to 6 unreleased collaborations with him, and how he can see why Drake and Nicki Minaj have got to where they’re at from being under Weezy.

The Alabama music artist also mentioned Tunechi is not a disappointment to meet when asked about the “never meet your idols” saying, if he ever thought he would be close to Tune when listening to him while growing up, and much more!

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