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Lil Wayne Talks New “Green And Yellow” Song & Why He Took His Time Recording It On “Undisputed” [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks New Green And Yellow Song & Why He Took His Time Recording It On Undisputed

Before premiering his “Green And Yellow” song on January 15th, Lil Wayne made a virtual appearance on Fox Sports 1’s “Skip and Shannon: Undisputed” sports talk show.

During his interview, Weezy chatted to Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe about how his new Green Bay Packers theme song came about, why he took his time recording it, the Packers vs. Los Angeles Rams NFL game that took place yesterday, and more.

Of course, Skip also had to ask Tunechi to explain how he became a fan of the Packers while being from New Orleans for maybe the 50th time haha. You can check out Tune‘s convo on “Undisputed” below!

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Lil Wayne In The Studio Recording The Original Version Of “Hittas” & Playing It For Drake [Video]

Lil Wayne In The Studio Recording The Original Version Of Hittas & Playing It For Drake

Lil Wayne took to his Instagram page a few days ago to reveal some exclusive behind the scenes footage of him recording his “Hittas” song.

The clip shows Wayne recording the original version of Tha Carter V track before then playing it for Drake, who calls it an “anthem” and tells Tune that he needs to give him the session so he can record an alternative version to it.

It’s unknown if Drizzy did ever record another version or a remix of “Hittas“, but he does have one line on the 2018 version that we all heard: “Weezy, where you been? The people miss you”.

You can check out the behind the scenes video that was filmed by DJ Scoob Doo after the jump below! With the “To Be Continued” at the end, I wonder if we are about to get a C5 in the making documentary, or even the long-awaited The Nino Brown Story (Part 3)?

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Lil Wayne Talks “Funeral” Album, New Generation Rappers, Working With American Eagle & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks Funeral Album, New Generation Rappers, Working With American Eagle & More

Pierce Simpson from Complex sat down with Lil Wayne for a one on one interview to promote his new Young Money clothing line with American Eagle, which Cortez Bryant first told us about last month before we then saw a preview of the collection earlier this month.

During their conversation, which you can watch below, Wayne also spoke on what his favorite piece from his new fashion line is, being shocked that American Eagle wanted to work with him, new generation rappers, TRUKFIT, how the last 18 months of his life have been, his upcoming Funeral album, and more.

While discussing Funeral, Tunechi says Tez Poe has a release date for the project, but he doesn’t want to announce it as of right now and so it’s “coming soon”. Tune even explained that he never records music for a specific album; he just records a bunch of songs and lets Tez pick which ones will appear on the certain project. It is very “rare” Weezy is in the “I’m about to go record this album” mode as it has only ever happened once, which was when he was locked up in jail!

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Lil Wayne Recalls Working With Mac Miller On “The Question”, Explains The Difference Between “Hearing” & “Listening” [Video]

Lil Wayne Recalls Working With Mac Miller On The Question, Explains The Difference Between Hearing & Listening

A “Celebration Of Life” tribute concert was held for the late Mac Miller, who died from a drug overdose on September 7th, at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, California on October 31st.

During the benefit show that included performances from Action Bronson, Anderson.Paak, Chance The Rapper, Earl Sweatshirt, Miguel, ScHoolboy Q, SZA, Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign, Vince Staples, and more, there was a big screen that played messages for Mac from music artists that couldn’t make it.

One of these shout outs that played on the screen was from Lil Wayne at his TRUKSTOP skate park, who shared his memories of Miller and recalled doing their “The Question” collaboration together back in 2012. Wayne also went on to explain the difference between “listening” and “hearing”.

You can check out Tunechi‘s video message after the jump below. The concert allowed viewers to donate to The Mac Miller Circles Fund (TMMCF) to support youth arts and community-building programs in Mac Miller‘s memory. Rest In Peace!

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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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