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Fabian Marasciullo Reveals What Equipment Lil Wayne Uses To Record & Having To Hire 3 Engineers To Travel With Wayne Everywhere

Fabian Marasciullo Reveals What Equipment Lil Wayne Uses To Record & Having To Hire 3 Engineers To Travel With Wayne Everywhere

Lil Wayne‘s Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum mixing engineer, Fabian Marasciullo, recently chopped it up with Reverb News to share insights into Wayne‘s recording process.

Fabian discussed working with Michael Jackson back in the day, what equipment he uses to mix Tunechi‘s vocals, what microphone Tune uses to record, hiring three engineers to travel with Mr. Carter everywhere he goes, learning to record him on his private plane, and more!

You can check out everything Marasciullo had to say about Weezy after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Talks Recording Process, Female Rappers, Hooks & Reveals “Funeral” Is Not His Last Album

Lil Wayne Talks Recording Process, Female Rappers, Hooks & Reveals Funeral Is Not His Last Album

To help promote his brand new Funeral album, Lil Wayne chopped it up with Entertainment Weekly over the phone for an interview.

During their conversation, Weezy revealed he had recorded at least 72 songs for Funeral, explained why he named the album what he did, and confirmed if he died tomorrow this would not be his last project.

Tunechi also discussed his recording process, Sinead O’Connor, hooks, the features on Funeral, female rappers, shared advice for young rappers, and much more. You can read everything what Tune had to say after the jump below!

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Chance The Rapper Says Lil Wayne Has The Most Fascinating Recording Process In A Studio [Video]

Chance The Rapper Says Lil Wayne Has The Most Fascinating Recording Process In A Studio

Chance The Rapper recently sat down with Sean Evans for an appearance on the “Hot Ones” series, which is where celebrities answer questions while eating spicy food.

At the 17:15 mark of their conversation, Chance was asked who has the most fascinating recording process in the studio out of people he has worked with including Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, Ed Sheeran, and Justin Bieber.

The Chicago artist ate some spicy chicken wings and answered Wayne by revealing that he just stood behind him very quietly in a corner during their previous studio sessions! You can check out this interview after the jump below!

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Full 40-Minute Interview: Lil Wayne & Odell Beckham Talk Tattoos, “Tha Carter V”, New York Giants, Birdman, Eli Manning & More [Video]

Lil Wayne & Odell Beckham Talk Tattoos, Tha Carter V, New York Giants, Birdman, Eli Manning & More

After seeing Lil Wayne respond to the negative feedback about this interview in the week, we can now watch Odell Beckham Jr. and Wayne sit down with journalist Josina Anderson to discuss all things about music, sports, their careers, relationship, achievements, and more.

During the 40-minute conversation, which ESPN released today, Weezy talked about the first thing that comes to mind when you mention OBJ, the most important tattoo he has on his body, what his darkest hour has been, “Can’t Be Broken“, the New York Giants, and says the situation with Birdman was just “straight confusion”.

Tunechi also opened up about the thought process behind the outro on his Tha Carter V album, “Let It All Work Out“, in which he says it was recorded 4 years ago. Odell speaks on what the first thing that comes to his mind when you mention Lil Wayne, why he got a tattoo of Tune on his leg, his own darkest hour of this year, the New York Giants, Eli Manning, and plenty more!

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Throwback Thursday: Watch The Full Uncut & Uncensored Lil Wayne Movie By Jordan Tower

Full Uncut & Uncensored Lil Wayne Movie By Jordan Tower

Today for #ThrowbackThursday, you can watch a raw, uncut and uncensored 1 hour and 30 minute movie on Lil Wayne that was recently released in full by Jordan Tower. As well as Weezy, there are appearances in the film by Cortez Bryant, Marley G, Fee Banks, Mr. G, and Nicki Minaj.

During the movie, we can see footage of Weezy doing a couple of interviews talking about how he first met Birdman and Slim to sign with Cash Money records, his discography, recording process, business ventures, what an average day is like for him, working, performing “Hello Brooklyn” live with JAY Z in New York, acting, why he hates NY, if he would ever do a reality TV show, and so much more.

In the film that was shot before Tha Carter III came out, we can also watch behind the scenes footage from Tunechi‘s “Money On My Mind” video shoot in Miami plus Tune recording “Higher Than A Kite” and “Young Money Ballaz” for Nicki’s Sucka Free mixtape. So grab some popcorn, sit back and enjoy all of this classic footage that has been merged together in one for you!

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