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Murda Mook & Loaded Lux Drive Around To Lil Wayne’s “No Ceilings 3” Mixtape [Video]

Murda Mook & Loaded Lux Drive Around To Lil Wayne No Ceilings 3 Mixtape

This is great to see! HipHopIsReal has captured footage of Murda Mook and Loaded Lux driving around in the car bumping Lil Wayne‘s music.

The two Harlem rappers were listening to “Peggy Bundy” and “Lamar” off Weezy‘s No Ceilings 3 (Side A) mixtape and enjoying the bars.

Murda Mook: “Stop playin’ with Wayne!!”

You can check out Mook and Lux‘s dope reaction to Tunechi‘s music after the jump below.

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JAG Speaks On Rapping In Front Of Lil Wayne & Seeing His Reaction [Video]

JAG Speaks On Rapping In Front Of Lil Wayne & Seeing His Reaction

JAG has shared a video online of him discussing the opportunity to get the chance to rap in front of Lil Wayne during episode 22 of the “I Am Athlete” podcast.

In the clip, Chubby Jag spoke about witnessing Tunechi‘s reaction to him rapping (Tune slamming the lighter down on an ash tray and the glass smashing).

The North Carolina battle rapper also mentioned that when he saw Weezy get up and walk off is what made him stop rapping and get up himself to walk off! Check it all out below.

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DJ Khaled Announces Lil Wayne Is Featured On His “God Did” Album

DJ Khaled Announces Lil Wayne Is Featured On His God Did Album

The Lil Wayne vocals are in! DJ Khaled has announced a new collaboration with Wayne on social media.

Taking to his Instagram page, Khaled revealed Tunechi will be featured on his upcoming God Did album, which is due to be released this summer.

Khaled also shared a reaction to him playing Weezy‘s verse, but of course the clip was muted. You can check out the announcement below! Are you looking forward to hearing the collab?

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Cordae Reveals How He First Reacted To Hearing Lil Wayne’s Vocals On “Sinister” [Video]

Cordae Reveals How He First Reacted To Hearing Lil Wayne Vocals On Sinister

Cordae sits down with Genius on their “Verified” series to talk all about his “Sinister” single featuring Lil Wayne that has been streamed over 14 million times to date on Spotify.

During their interview, which you can watch below, Cordae explained how the Tunechi feature on “Sinister” came about from Tune telling him to send him “something” as he has “got him”.

The North Carolina artist then mentioned Weezy sent his verse back over the Hit-Boy production in less than 12 hours and revealed how he reacted to first hearing the vocals, especially the lighter flick!

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Onhel Talks Unreleased Lil Wayne Music, “Side B*tch”, Wayne’s Reaction To Him First Putting Autotune On His Vocals & More

Onhel Speaks On Unreleased Lil Wayne Music, Side Bitch, Wayne Reaction To Him First Putting Autotune On His Vocals & More

Angel “Onhel” Aponte recently participated in a Q&A (question and answer) session with a Lil Wayne Discord server that you can read in full below.

During their conversation, Onhel discussed trying to get “Like A Man” on streaming platforms, having close to 50 unreleased songs with Wayne in the vault including one where he spits everything in reference to the letter “F”, No Ceilings 2, his very first Weezy leak being “Lisa Marie“, and recording Sorry 4 The Wait 2.

“First the most memorable moment for me will be. We were doing a song ‘Showtime’. He started his vs saying ‘ooouuuu it’s going down in this bitch’. I put a drop on it before he came back in the room. So I put auto tune on that one line. The first time he EVER had auto tune on his voice. The look he gave me, I thought I was about to get fired for the first time in my life. But the look was more he saw how much money he was about to make lol. The music industry changed from that ONE moment. Granted it was Wayne’s talent that everyone followed. But that would have never happened if I didn’t do that. So that will forever be a memorable moment.”

The New York producer and audio engineer also spoke about the DVLP-produced song “Side Bitch“, being in the studio with Tunechi when he first sent out the tweets expressing he was unhappy with Cash Money Records and Birdman back in 2014, being the very first person who put auto-tune on Tune‘s vocals, and much more!

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