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Lil Wayne Performs “Problems”, “Mona Lisa”, “Don’t Cry” & More At 2018 Rolling Loud In L.A. [Videos]

Lil Wayne Performs Problems, Mona Lisa, Dont Cry & More At 2018 Rolling Loud In Los Angeles

First thing’s first, I know I am late with this news, but I was on vacation for the whole of December and there are a few Lil Wayne shows that I need to catch up on which I missed.

One of these concerts was the 2018 Rolling Loud music festival at the Banc Of California Stadium (Los Angeles FC’s home ground) in L.A. on December 14th.

Wayne headlined the festival by performing “Mr. Carter“, “I’m Goin’ In“, “Pistol On My Side“, “Let It Fly“, “Problems“, “Mona Lisa“, “Mrs. Officer“, “John“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “Lollipop“, “Uproar“, “Go DJ“, “The Motto“, “A Milli“, “Don’t Cry“, and more songs live.

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Every Song Minus The Intro From Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album Has Charted In The “Hot 100”, Ties A Drake Record

Every Song Minus The Intro From Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Album Has Charted In The Hot 100, Ties A Drake Record

Every song from Lil Wayne‘s latest album, Tha Carter V, except for the Intro message from Wayne‘s mother Jacida Carter called “I Love You Dwayne“, has debuted in the Billboard “Hot 100” chart.

This is an amazing achievement and it also means that Weezy has tied with his Young Money artist Drake for the most simultaneous “Hot 100” debuts in a single week with 22 each.

You can see where all 22 tracks from C5 have debuted on the Billboard chart after the jump below. Congratz to Tunechi!

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Currensy Says Lil Wayne Will Be A “Monster” Now He Is An Independent Artist [Video]

Currensy Says Lil Wayne Will Be A Monster Now He Is An Independent Artist

Curren$y appeared on one of the latest episodes of Complex’s “Everyday Struggle” series to chop it up with DJ Akademiks and Nadeska.

During their conversation, Spitta revealed that he felt terrible seeing Lil Wayne go through his record label problems and because he is an independent artist himself, he knew how much of a “monster” Wayne could of been these past 4 years.

“From somebody who’s independent… I know how much of a monster he could be if he was doing it himself.”

The former Young Money artist also added that Tunechi has “gave his life” to skateboarding, mentioned Tune stays in the studio until 10:00AM, and answered “that’s all we do” when asked if they will ever work together again. Check out everything he said below!

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STREETRUNNER Explains How Lil Wayne’s Label Situation Has Hurt The Culture, Shares An Interesting Story About “Gossip” & More [Video]

STREETRUNNER Explains How Lil Wayne Label Situation Has Hurt The Culture, Shares An Interesting Story About Gossip & More

STREETRUNNER recently visited the Producergrind office and sat down with Dylan C and The Letter L Beats for an interview on their podcast.

Just before the 41 minute mark, the Miami producer revealed an interesting story about Lil Wayne‘s “Gossip” song that was recorded at the end of 2006 and how it escaped all of the leaks.

Carrying on with the subject of Tunechi, the producer then explained how Tune‘s situation with Cash Money Records has hurt the culture and how we have probably missed 2 – 3 albums because of this. Watch the full podcast below!

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Birdman Speaks On Lil Wayne “Deserving” To Get What He Wants From Their Reunion [Video]

Birdman Speaks On Lil Wayne Deserving To Get What He Wants From Their Reunion

We previously saw a snippet of Birdman‘s interview with Ebro for Beats 1 radio in February, and now we can watch the full part of him talking about his relationship with Lil Wayne.

In the conversation, Baby says him and Tunechi have a “weird relationship”, but he is going to make sure they sort out their problems and get back to how they were. He even added that it has been affecting their kids and he ain’t worried about benefiting from a reunion himself, but Tune “deserves” to get what he wants.

You can check out the video after the jump below! Since this interview took place, the #1 Stunna and Weezy have been spotted five different times together at nightclubs, so that’s got to be a good sign right?

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Fat Joe Talks Witnessing Lil Wayne Come Up With His Verse On DJ Khaled’s “We Takin’ Over” & Says All New Rappers Owe Wayne A Favor [Video]

Fat Joe Talks Witnessing Lil Wayne Come Up With His Verse On DJ Khaled We Takin Over & Says All New Rappers Owe Wayne A Favor

For episode 253 of Complex’s “Everyday Struggle” series, special guest Fat Joe sat down with DJ Akademiks and Nadeska to speak on various subjects that you can check out below.

At the 46:30 mark of their conversation, Joey Crack discussed Lil Wayne killing him on DJ Khaled’s “We Takin’ Over” single, called Wayne the “best rapper on earth at that time”, and told a story of what Weezy‘s recording process was like for his verse on “We Takin’ Over“, which included him standing in front of some big speakers at The Hit Factory and coming up with “I am the beast, feed me rappers or feed me beats” line.

Joe also mentioned that he owes Tunechi so much for teaching him how to work as rappers in his era don’t work as hard as the new millennium rappers and said that he used to always think he had to keep on working himself as he knew Tune would be somewhere working.

Later on in the interview at the 51:30 mark, Fat Joe shared his thoughts on Lil Wayne‘s current situation with Birdman, as well as pointed out that all these new rappers owe Wayne a favor as they all rap exactly like him, but not as good.

Joey Crack even revealed that he loves Mr. Carter as a person, called him a true friend (which is rare in the music industry), and says Weezy is very intelligent, plus misunderstood as people will look at him and see the dreads and tattoos, but that’s not who he truly is!

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