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Fabian Marasciullo Explains How A Lot Of Lil Wayne’s Songs Leaked In The Past

Fabian Marasciullo Reveals How A Lot Of Lil Wayne Songs Leaked In The Past

Fabian Marasciullo recently chopped it up with REVOLT for an interview for their “Studios Sessions” series, which you can read below.

During their conversation, Fabian revealed what he remembers about Tha Carter album studio sessions, how Lil Wayne became a “studio rat” after C1, what the making of Da Drought 3 was like, what his personal favorite mix that he created for Weezy is, and more.

The mixing engineer also explained how lots of Tunechi music, such as the songs from Tha Carter III Sessions, leaked “in the most frustrating and heartbreaking way”!

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YFN Lucci Ranks Lil Wayne’s “Da Drought 3” & “No Ceilings” Mixtapes [Video]

YFN Lucci Ranks Lil Wayne Da Drought 3 & No Ceilings Mixtapes

YFN Lucci recently sat down with REVOLT TV to appear on their “On Clout 9” series, which is where music artists rank certain topics on a scale of 1 to 9.

During their conversation, YFN was asked to rank Lil Wayne‘s Da Drought 3 and No Ceilings mixtapes to which he gave them both a high ranking of 9.

He also called DD3 “one of his favorites” and revealed his favorite songs from both projects are “Ride For My Niggas (Sky Is The Limit)” and “Run This Town“.

You can check out Lucci‘s interview with REVOLT after the jump below. If you didn’t already know, he is currently dating Wayne‘s daughter Reginae Carter!

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2 Chainz Discusses His “Very Competitive” Friendship With Lil Wayne [Video]

2 Chainz Discusses His Very Competitive Friendship With Lil Wayne

2 Chainz recently sat down with REVOLT TV for an interview to speak on the respect for his “very competitive” friendship with Lil Wayne.

During the conversation, Tity Boi revealed Weezy is one of his favorite rappers in the game, he has learned a lot from him, and they have 15-years of friendship.

He even explained they every time he is with Tunechi, they are always trying to come up with a new hook or verse. You can see everything Chainz said about Tune after the jump below!

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Mack Maine Reveals Lil Wayne Will Drop A New Album Called “Velvet” This Year While On Set Of “Chico”

Mack Maine Reveals Lil Wayne Will Drop A New Album Called Velvet This Year While On Set Of Chico

While on set of Roy Demeo and Lil Wayne‘s “Chico” video shoot in Miami last week, Mack Maine chopped it up with REVOLT for a little interview about the upcoming projects from Young Money.

The YM President revealed Wayne will be dropping 3 albums this year – the L.A.T collaboration project with Gudda Gudda and HoodyBaby, the long-delayed Tha Carter V, and a new project called Velvet.

Mack also mentioned that Drake and Nicki Minaj will be releasing new projects in 2017, as well as solo mixtapes from Gudda and Hood. You can read exactly what he said after the jump below!

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Nas Mentions Lil Wayne As One Of His Favorite “New Generation” Rappers

Nas Mentions Lil Wayne As One Of His Favorite New Generation Rappers

Nas recently sat down with REVOLT‘s vice chairman Andre Harrell for an interview about hip-hop, politics, racism, and more.

During their conversation, Nas was asked who are his favorite MCs of the “new generation” to which he replied: “J. Cole, Kendrick, Drake, Wayne, Rick Ross”.

You can watch Nas name his top 5 favorite rappers after the jump below. I’m happy he named Lil Wayne in his top 5 list, but I wouldn’t classify him as a “new generation” rapper, would you?

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Master P Says: “Lil Wayne Is Worth So Much Money With The Right Coach” & “With The Wrong Coach His Career Might Be Over”

Master P Says Lil Wayne Is Worth So Much Money With The Right Coach & With The Wrong Coach His Career Might Be Over

In an interview with Revolt, which you can see below, Master P shared his thoughts on the current Lil Wayne/Young Money vs. Birdman/Cash Money feud.

The No Limit Records founder compared the situation to going through a divorce, as well as when he signed Snoop Dogg back in 1998 while Death Row was falling apart.

P also explained that he thinks Wayne “is worth so much money with the right coach”, but with the wrong coach he thinks “his career might be over”. He even mentioned that if he was starting a record label over from scratch, he would sign Weezy to it!

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