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Trippie Redd Explains Why Lil Wayne Is His Idol, Names His 3 Favorite Wayne Songs [Video]

Trippie Redd Explains Why Lil Wayne Is His Idol, Names His 3 Favorite Wayne Songs

Last week, Trippie Redd sat down with Rendez Vous for a one on one interview while he was in Paris, France.

During their conversation at the 4:05 mark, the host told Trippie that he reminds him of Lil Wayne and asked the Ohio rapper what does Wayne mean to him. Redd then called Wayne his idol, said he looks up to him, and revealed he has listened to all of Weezy‘s albums to see his growth from the beginning to now.

Also in the interview, which you can watch below, Lil 14 mentioned Tunechi is “so inspiring” and all of his music is “meaningful” with him always saying “deep shit”. He even added that Tune is the founder of diamond teeth, face tattoos, dreads, and the rock crossover with hip-hop thanks to his Rebirth album.

Before the conversation changed to another subject, Trippie Redd explained what it was like meeting Mr. Carter and named “Comfortable“, “Nightmares Of The Bottom” and “I Feel Like Dying” as his top 3 favorite Lil Wayne songs!

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Tyga Pays Tribute To Lil Wayne In His “Lightskin Lil Wayne” Music Video

Tyga Pays Tribute In His Lightskin Lil Wayne Music Video

Tyga and video director Arrad have paid tribute to Lil Wayne with a music video for “Lightskin Lil Wayne“, which was produced by Boi-1da and appears on the Legendary album.

The video starts with “A Tribute To The GOAT” message before we see Ty recreate scenes from Weezy‘s “A Milli“, “Fireman“, “Lollipop“, “Go DJ“, and “Money On My Mind” music videos.

You can watch Tygaman pay homage to Tunechi with his “Lightskin Lil Wayne” visual after the jump below! How dope is this?

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Trilla Kid Explains How Lil Wayne’s “Pussy Monster” Song Made Him Want To Be A Rapper [Video]

Trilla Kid Explains How Lil Wayne Pussy Monster Song Made Him Want To Be A Rapper

Trilla Kid recently sat down with The Next Up team for an interview about his music, life and future, which you can watch below.

During their conversation at the 8:10 mark, Trilla mentioned that it was Lil Wayne who first got him into rap back when he was 13-years-old in the 8th Grade.

The Atlanta music artist revealed it was hearing “Pussy Monster” by Wayne for the very first time and watching a video of him performing it live (on The Carter Documentary) that made him want to be a rapper!

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G-Eazy Calls Lil Wayne One Of His Favorite Rappers, Reveals What Their Upcoming Collaboration Is About [Video]

G-Eazy Calls Lil Wayne One Of His Favorite Rappers, Reveals What Their Upcoming Collaboration Is About

We first heard about this upcoming song back in April, and now G-Eazy is teasing his collaboration with Lil Wayne even more in a brand new interview.

While sitting down with NME, the Bay Area rapper called Tunechi one of his “favorite rappers of all time” and revealed his forthcoming track with Tune will be about living in the moment and appreciating your heroes while they’re still alive.

You can watch Eazy confirm Weezy will be on his new album, which he says will be released “very soon”, and chat all about their collabo after the jump below. The two of them last worked together on “Order More“!

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Tyga Names His Favorite Lil Wayne Album & Explains Why

Tyga Names His Favorite Lil Wayne Album & Explains Why

Not long after dropping his Legendary album on June 7th, Tyga chopped it up with Variety for an interview.

During their conversation, T-Raww mentioned he put the Phantom on his Legendary project artwork to pay homage to Lil Wayne.

Also in the interview, which you can read below, Ty revealed that his favorite Wayne album is Tha Carter II and explained his reasons why!

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Fat Joe & Dre – Pullin (Feat Lil Wayne) [Music Video]

Fat Joe, Lil Wayne & Dre Pullin Music Video

Here is the official music video for Fat Joe and Dre‘s “Pullin’” single featuring Lil Wayne.

The visual, which was directed by Eif Rivera, was shot in Miami, Florida back in May. Joe also had the following to say to Billboard about working with Wayne on this song:

“Wayne went bonkers on that track like he always does. I’m a huge Lil Wayne fan, so any time I get to work with him is great. He’s one of the realest people I’ve ever met in hip-hop. He’s loyal, and I love him for that. It’s an honor to be Lil Wayne’s friend. If you ever get to know him, you’re blessed.”

Are you a fan of this Cool & Dre-produced collaboration that will appear on Joey Crack and Dre‘s upcoming Family Ties album?!

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