After seeing interviews with Poppy H and Lil Twist this week, here is a Euro interview with DJ Demi Lobo for Dash Radio.
In this 30-minute conversation, Euro revealed how he first met his “mentor” Lil Wayne at the skate park, how Wayne is a perfectionist, what their relationship is like, and how he always shows love to the people around him.
The Young Money artist also talked about his latest project Don’t Expect Nothing, where his name “Euro” comes from, currently quarantining in Providence, Rhode Island, the genre RnB, his first language being Spanish, he has a new project on the way, and much more. Check it out below!
Euro recently paid a visit to Hot 106.3 radio station in Rhode Island to chop it up with Bekah and Mike, which you can listen to below.
During their conversation, Euro spoke about being born in Dominican Republic and moving to Providence at a young age, how he got involved with Lil Wayne, performing live at Lil Weezyana Fest, and how his brother sent the Young Money camp his music which resulted in him receiving a call from Wayne after he had just heard 1 verse.
The Young Mula artist also discussed meeting Tunechi for the very first time, only having 100 followers on Twitter before he was featured on Dedication 5, owning the social media handles “@Euro” thanks to Justin Bieber, being good friends with Cristiano Ronaldo, wanting to work with JAY-Z, how close Drake is to YM, and more!
“This my first time on stage in over a year. I swear to god, I was in a place a few months ago, I couldn’t even imagine this shit. But now that I’m here… its better than I could of ever imagined.”
We just posted some pictures from Lil Wayne‘s first stop on the “I Am Still Music II” tour that took place at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island last night (March 16), and now we have some footage from the show!
Here is Tunechi‘s setlist at the show: “I’m Goin’ In“, “Ice Cream“, “Swag Surf“, “Wasted“, “Look At Me Now“, “Right Above It“, “Bed Rock“, “Prostitute“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Prom Queen“, “Go DJ“, “Bill Gates“, “I’m Single“, “Got Money“, “A Milli“, “Green And Yellow“, “Steady Mobbin’“, “Fire Flame Remix“, “Money To Blow“, “Every Girl“, “Phone Home“, “Ride For My Niggas“, “On Fire“, “Popular“, “Da Da Da“, “I Am Not A Human Being“, “Drop The World“, “Fireman“, “Ms. Parker“, “Oh Let’s Do It“, “I’m Me“, “Lollipop“, “Hustle Hard Remix“, “Welcome To My Hood“, “6 Foot, 7 Foot“, and a freestyle.
Shouts to Ben Jallow for Tune‘s entrance in the video above, and you can view more footage from Weezy‘s set after the jump below. If anyone else has any pics or videos that they took last night and would like them posted on this site, then please send them to me. Wayne‘s next show will be in Buffalo, New York tomorrow night (March 18).
UPDATE: Added some footage of Lil Wayne performing “6 Foot, 7 Foot” with Cory Gunz, “Phone Home” and “I Am Not A Human Being” at the bottom of this post!