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Euro Speaks On Being Featured On “No Ceilings 3”, Advice He Received From Lil Wayne & More [Video]

Euro Speaks On Being Featured On No Ceilings 3, Advice He Received From Lil Wayne & More

Euro recently chopped it up with Hot 106 radio station for a virtual “Hot Morning” interview that you can watch below.

During their conversation, Euro spoke on working through the pandemic, Providence, his new single “Summer Flings“, the new Young Money artists that Lil Wayne is calling the “Fab Five”, and more.

The YM rapper revealed he was very surprised, but very happy that he was featured on Wayne‘s No Ceilings 3 mixtape as the first No Ceilings is one of his favorite projects in Weezy‘s whole catalog.

Euro also explained how “Ring Ring” came about, shared advice he has received from Tunechi, mentioned what it is like to have him as a mentor, and disclosed him and Tune have more unreleased music in the vault!

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Chris Brown, Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes’ “Look At Me Now” Goes Octuple Platinum

Chris Brown, Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes Look At Me Now Goes Octuple Platinum

2 years after going septuple Platinum, Chris Brown‘s “Look At Me Now” collaboration with Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes was certified octuple Platinum at the beginning of this month.

According to the Recording Industry Association Of America (RIAA), the Free School, Diplo and Afrojack-co-produced single that appears on Breezy‘s fourth studio album, F.A.M.E., has surpassed 8,000,000 in sales and streams since it was first released back in early 2011.

Congratulations to everyone involved in “Look At Me Now” on this amazing accomplishment! Do you still play the song and how long do you think it will be before it goes Diamond (10 million)?

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Lil Wayne Releases An Old But Unheard Single Called “Ya Dig”

Lil Wayne Releases An Old But Unheard Single Called Ya Dig

We first heard about “Ya Dig” a couple of weeks ago when it was supposed to drop on September 24th, however, it was then postponed until today to not hinder the release of Lil Wayne and Rich The Kid’s Trust Fund Babies joint album.

There are not too many other details about this Weezy single, especially the question as to why something that was recorded in either late 2007 or early 2008 has been released (not that any of us will be complaining as it is extremely dope).

You can stream “Ya Dig” that was co-produced by STREETRUNNER and Tarik Azzouz below. The record samples the same song as what Tunechi‘s “Gossip” track does – Margie Joseph’s “Stop, In The Name Of Love“. Why do you think this Tune single has now been released?

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Lil Wayne & Rich The Kid – Feelin’ Like Tunechi [Music Video]

Lil Wayne & Rich The Kid Feelin Like Tunechi Music Video

Here is the official music video for Lil Wayne and Rich The Kid‘s new single called “Feelin’ Like Tunechi“.

The TheLabCook-produced collaboration appears on Wayne and Rich‘s joint album, Trust Fund Babies, available on digital streaming platforms now.

You can check out the “Feelin’ Like Tunechi” visual that was directed by Arrad below. Click here to view some behind the scenes photos from the video shoot!

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New Lil Wayne Music To Be Released This Friday (September 24th)

New Lil Wayne Music To Be Released This Friday - September 24th

Later this week on Friday, September 24th, we are about to hear some “new” Lil Wayne music. I put “new” in quotes as it’s possible we may have already heard the music previously.

The first thing Wayne will release officially is something called “Ya Dig“. This could either be a brand new single from I Am Not A Human Being III, or it could be similar to those 4-song playlist EPs we received last year.

Next up is G-Eazy‘s “When You’re Gone” featuring a verse and hook from Weezy; Even though this collaboration leaked at the end of 2019, Eazy is about to release his These Things Happen Too album on Friday, so we should be hearing it in CDQ form.

Lastly, Logic has announced he will be releasing the official “Perfect” remix featuring Tunechi and A$AP Ferg on September 24th. Again, this previously leaked last year and Logic also called his record label Def Jam “f*ck-boys” over this track for not wanting to pay Tune!

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