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TBT: Lil Wayne & Birdman Talk “Like Father, Like Son” Album, Their Infamous Kiss, Lloyd’s “You”, Solange & More

Throwback - Lil Wayne & Birdman Talk Like Father Like Son Album, Infamous Kiss, Lloyd You, Solange & More

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare interview Lil Wayne and Birdman did with Angie Martinez on her Hot 97 show back on October 30th, 2006 to promote their Like Father, Like Son collaboration album.

In their radio interview on “Afternoons with Angie”, Weezy and Baby discussed their joint project LFLS, the infamous kiss picture and why it’s a black mob/black mafia gesture, how their father and son relationship started, recording Lloyd‘s “You” feature 3 years prior to when it was released for a mixtape, Solange relationship rumors, and more.

You can listen to the #TBT conversation after the jump below! Do you still play Like Father, Like Son and do you wish a sequel was released?

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Rich The Kid Speaks On How “Trust Fund Babies” With Lil Wayne Came About [Video]

Rich The Kid Speaks On How Trust Fund Babies With Lil Wayne Came About

Rich The Kid recently sat down for a one on one interview with DJ Superstar Jay on his “VIP Saturdays” Shade 45 radio show.

At the 4 minute mark of their conversation (watch below), RTK discussed his Trust Fund Babies collaboration project with Lil Wayne and how it all came about.

The Rich Forever Music CEO says Trust Fund Babies all started from a FaceTime call with Tune, who told him he wants to do an album together. He also added that he would send Weezy a track and it would be returned back to him with a verse after just 30 minutes – 1 hour!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks Inspiration, Rebirth Album, GRAMMYs, Tattoos & More With “Soundcheck” [Video]

Throwback - Lil Wayne Talks Inspiration, Rebirth Album, GRAMMYs, Tattoos & More With Soundcheck

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is Lil Wayne‘s 2009 interview with “Soundcheck”, which is a series of musical performances and interviews hosted by Walmart.

In their sit-down conversation, Tunechi spoke on what fans could be expecting from his Rebirth album, the influence behind the project, who he gets his musical inspiration from, and going from rap to rock.

Also in their interview, which you can watch below, Weezy discussed his GRAMMYs experience (winning four awards and performing live), what his tattoos mean, feeling like a genius, how the Internet has helped his career, “Prom Queen“, and more!

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Cory Gunz Talks New Music With Lil Wayne & Young Money, Gun Charge, Depression & More [Video]

Cory Gunz Talks New Music With Lil Wayne & Young Money, Gun Charge, Depression & More

Cory Gunz sits down with Queenflip and DJ G Money for episode 211 of their Flip Da Script podcast that went on for longer than 2 hours. You can watch the full episode in the video below.

In their interview, Cory talked about being an introvert, growing up, his father Peter Gunz, skateboarding, his gun charge, still being signed to Young Money, why he has not yet released an album on YM, depression, his twin daughters, being a big brother to his pops’ 11 kids, Kriminal Minded EP, Rick Ross taking his “God Forgives I Don’t” album title, the “Son Of A Gun” show, and upcoming projects.

The Young Mula Gunna also recalled Lil Wayne pulling up to his studio to record their “I Got Cha” collaboration for free while he was under contract with JAY-Z, confirmed he has new music with Tunechi and YM coming out, discussed his forthcoming joint project with Euro, and shared how the “6 Foot, 7 Foot” and “A Milli” collabs with Weezy came about!

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Juelz Santana Speaks About His Work On Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter III” & Why “I Can’t Feel My Face” Never Got Released [Video]

Juelz Santana Speaks About His Work On Lil Wayne Tha Carter III & Why I Cant Feel My Face Never Got Released

Juelz Santana sits down with Vlad TV to discuss his contributions to Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter III album and reveal what happened with I Can’t Feel My Face.

In their interview, which you can watch below, Juelz talks about needing a plaque for his work on C3, as well as confirms him and Tunechi did have a joint project together completed that got leaked online.

The Harlem rapper explains that the collaboration album did not get an official release, because of “too much politics”, and then goes on to say the same thing happened with Weezy and T-Pain‘s T-Wayne project. He also pointed out what their full plan with ICFMF was within the music industry!

“Politics-wise, we didn’t get to put the album out on a major label because there was too much politics at the time. You had Def Jam, Universal, Cash Money, and Diplomats, you know what I’m saying.”

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