Earlier this month on April 9th, Lil Wayne performed live at the University of Rhode Island in South Kingstown for a stop on his “Kampus Krash Tour“.
You can check out a recap of the concert in a video below, courtesy of Felipe Barbosa. Weezy also brought out his Young Money artists Mack Maine, HoodyBaby, Gudda Gudda, and Euro during the show.
Some of the songs that Tunechi performed live included: “Mr. Carter“, “Got Money“, “Believe Me“, “Go DJ“, “Mrs. Officer“, “Every Girl“, “Traphouse Blues“, “I’m Me“, “Drop The World“, “A Milli“, “No Worries“, and more!
MTV snagged some backstage footage of Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj goofing off backstage during the “I Am Still Music” tour in Rhode Island, offering a candid portrayal of the Young Money stars letting their hair down and enjoying a relaxing moment without the glare of the stage lights.
Erupting in laughter in the break room, Lil Wayne takes some playful jabs at Nicki Minaj and the props she used to open up her set – needless to say, the item in question can’t directly be printed in this space but if uses their imagination, just imagine if you will a pink, ahem, member. The jokes ensued when Lil Wayne asked who was going to retrieve the item from the set after Nicki was done and Weezy in top comedic form made certain that he had no intentions of doing the Barbie’s light work.
MTV News’ Sway and Nicki Minaj were in the midst of an interview when all of the jokes began flying about, with Sway and Nicki barely keeping a straight face. Sway asked Wayne if he was going to help his young starlet out with carrying the prop away, and walked off cracking a joke that he has enough, ahem, hard work to do of his own.
After the jump, you can watch some behind the scenes footage from the Porcelain Black “This Is What Rock N Roll Looks Like” video shoot featuring Tunechi Li:
“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!