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Baby E Talks Unreleased “Girls From The Hills” Collab With Lil Wayne + How Wayne Doesn’t Move Without A Blunt & A Gun [Video]

Baby E Talks Unreleased Girls From The Hills Collab With Lil Wayne + How Wayne Doesnt Move Without A Blunt & A Gun

Earlier this year, Baby E chopped it up with TM NYC for a 1 hour and 30 minute virtual interview that you can watch in full below.

From the 33:10 mark, Baby E spoke about how he first linked up with Lil Wayne through a guy called Petey Lo and how he then got signed to Young Money. The Pensacola native was hesitant Petey really knew Wayne at first until the YM affiliate got Weezy on a Facetime call with E to say a quick message: “Is this real enough for you white boy?” LOL.

Baby E then discussed “Finessin’“, Tunechi‘s working process and witnessing him record more or less 20 songs every single day, Birdman, the best advice he ever received from Tune, his favorite collaboration with Mr. Carter being an unreleased song titled “Girls From The Hills“, and why and how he left Young Money. He also added: “it’s really sad to me we [himself and Lil Wayne] have so much great music that will never see the light of day”.

The former YM artist also confirmed he has wrote “a lot of stuff” for Lil Wayne and that Wayne does not move anywhere without a gun or blunt on him. Baby E then shared a story of how one time they were all on tour and they all threw away their drugs off the tour bus as they were arriving to a checkpoint, but left all of the machine guns!

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Cory Gunz Discusses Lil Wayne’s Work Ethic & Confirms He Never Ghostwrote For Wayne [Video]

Cory Gunz Discusses Lil Wayne Work Ethic & Confirms He Never Ghostwrote For Wayne

Cory Gunz sits down in From Tha Seoul‘s car to participate in a one on one interview with him, which you can check out below.

Around the 4:45 mark of their conversation, Cory confirms he is still signed to Young Money, reveals how he became signed to Lil Wayne – it goes back to when Gunz was signed to Def Jam and Wayne came through to give him a verse during his own album promo run, and much more.

The Gunna also spoke on Tunechi‘s work ethic by saying he never stops working, as well as how he built up a buzz in music before then getting caught with a gun and catching a case. He even confirmed he has never ghostwrote anything for Weezy as he has saw comments online saying he has done!

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Peter Gunz Opens Up About His Son Cory Gunz Signing To Lil Wayne & Young Money [Video]

Peter Gunz Opens Up About His Son Cory Gunz Signing To Lil Wayne & Young Money

Peter Gunz recently sat down with ChangeofplanZ for a one on one interview that you can watch below.

Around half way through the video, Peter confirmed his son Cory Gunz is still signed to Young Money, shared his thoughts on if he thinks that deal helped or hurt Cory‘s career, and revealed how the Gunna loves to be around Lil Wayne.

The rapper and reality star also opened up about what Wayne did for his son is something that can only happen once in a lifetime. He went on to say that as soon as Cory signed to Weezy, he ended up going to jail and when the Gunna went to see him inside Rikers Island, he was told he was up next. Tune kept that promise and featured him on one of the first singles he dropped when he was released from jail (“6 Foot, 7 Foot“), but Peter admits they were supposed to go on from there, however, they “dropped the ball”!

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Jae Millz Recalls Lil Wayne Giving Him A Recycled Verse For “Holla At A Playa” At First [Video]

Jae Millz Recalls Lil Wayne Giving Him A Recycled Verse For Holla At A Playa At First

On episode 28 of The Bootleg Kev Podcast, special guest Jae Millz discussed everything from first meeting Lil Wayne to being signed to Young Money Entertainment.

In a clip from their interview, Millzy told the story of how he hit up Tunechi to record a feature for his “Holla At A Playa” single back when he had no record label deal to which Tune replied back to Millz asking him to go to his studio.

After Lil Wayne recorded the verse that night and charged Jae nothing for it, the Harlem rapper’s brother noticed Wayne had rapped this verse on another song before. This is why Weezy rapped the “Millz had to tell me to stop recycling verses and since I don’t write it, I recite it in cursive” line when he recorded a new verse the following night.

Also during their conversation, Jae Millz revealed to Bootleg Kev that he signed to Young Mula not too long after the “Holla At A Playa” remix, as well as recalled his reaction to when Wayne played him the “Lollipop” song for the very first time. You can check out what Millzy said in the video below and be looking out for more parts from the interview to be posted on LilWayneHQ.com soon!

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NLE Choppa Explains How Lil Wayne & Kobe Bryant Have Inspired Him, Reveals His Favorite Wayne Mixtape & Song [Video]

NLE Choppa Explains How Lil Wayne & Kobe Bryant Have Inspired Him, Reveals His Favorite Wayne Mixtape & Song

NLE Choppa recently sat down for an interview with Jeremy Hecht from HipHopDX’s “Thought Box” series.

During their conversation, Choppa reveals how Lil Wayne and Kobe Bryant have both influenced him, he will only create a “Shotta Flow 6” song if he gets a Wayne feature for it, and his favorite mixtape and track from Weezy are: Dedication 5 and “A Milli“.

The Memphis rapper also mentions how he has been inspired by Tunechi to never be in a bad contract with his music career, what it was like first meeting Birdman, and how Tune once autographed a picture for him. You can check out their full convo in the video after the jump below!

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