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Feature Friday #250: P. Town Moe – I Ain’t Heard Of That (Freestyle) (Feat Lil Wayne)

P Town Moe I Aint Heard Of That Freestyle Feat Lil Wayne

8 months later, here is the latest Lil WayneFeature Friday” installment on LilWayneHQ.com; this time it is a feature for P. Town Moe on his “I Ain’t Heard Of That” freestyle over the Slim Thug single produced by The Neptunes.

A lot of you may know this Wayne verse as “Young Money N*gga” from when it appeared on the unofficial Hurricane Se7en/Secret Weapons version of The Suffix mixtape back in 2005.

Thanks to research from Martian Master, we now know that Tunechi recorded this as a feature for fellow 17th Ward rapper P. Town Moe, who Tune had previously worked with before in 2004 on “Where I’m From” off The Prefix tape.

“Understand that your titles don’t impress me; I know I’m the best ’cause the 17th respect me”

You can listen to the full “I Ain’t Heard Of That” freestyle below.

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“Tha Carter III” Collaborators Discuss Lil Wayne’s Iconic Album

Tha Carter III Collaborators Discuss Lil Wayne Iconic Album

For the tenth anniversary of Tha Carter III on June 10th, Billboard asked a few of the people involved with the classic Lil Wayne album to speak all about it.

Producers Bangladesh, Play-N-Skillz, Dre from Cool & Dre, and David Banner, as well as singer Bobby V discussed how the C3 songs came together and what the album’s legacy is looking like.

You can check out everything what they all had to say below. My favorite story has to be Banner revealing how he originally created “La La” for the film Shrek, but Wayne was like: “Fuck Shrek! I want that!”

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Slim Thug – Fuck You (Feat Lil Wayne)

Slim Thug Fuck You Feat Lil Wayne

Slim Thug releases a new record featuring Lil Wayne that was recorded before Weezy went to jail earlier this year.

The song is called “Fuck You” and it was originally supposed to appear on Slim Thug‘s Tha Thug Show album, but it was left out due to clearance issues.

You can listen to the track below:

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Rick Ross, Drama, Juelz Santana, Khaled, Jim Jones, Slim Thug & Toya Speak On Weezy’s Guilty Plea

Rick Ross DJ Drama Juelz Santana DJ Khaled Jim Jones Slim Thug & Toya Speak On Lil Waynes Guilty Plea

Rick Ross: “It hurt us,” Rick Ross said. The Bawse had just gotten off a plane to Los Angeles on Thursday morning when he heard about Wayne’s plea. “We strategize and work towards this for so long, and when something like that, a major inconvenience such as that, nine people out of 10, that stint could hurt them. But I think Wayne has a unique situation with his Cash Money family and now his Young Money roster, I know they got a lot of things poppin’. Wayne’s got enough music. He’s one of the few artists I feel could eat those 10 months up, or that year, and then come home to rap royalty. If anybody is gonna be able to do it, it’s gonna be Wayne.” It most definitely could have been a lot worse,” Ross added. “But Lil Wayne and his camp, his music is gonna remain visible and relevant. He’s gonna handle his business and come home like a boss. Believe that. This is finnin’ to take him to a whole ‘nother creative point,” Ross continued. “To have time to sit down … I can imagine how many records and choruses he’s gonna write. Knowing Wayne, he’s gonna release a mixtape from behind bars. He’ll be right back with a new energy and he’ll have the streets excited. People are going to want to hear what he has to say and speak his experience and speak to the youth.”

DJ Drama: “I was shocked,” Drama said of the news about his collaborator. “It was ironic because when I got the e-mail, I was taking a break from shooting a CNN special about black men in America since President Obama’s election. Then here we are halfway through shooting that, and I get a e-mail about Lil Wayne possibly facing jail time. One of the world’s most popular music stars? It’s crazy. Not to take anything from the actual charge or the conflicts of guns, but we all can bear witness to the racist tactics of the hip-hop police, specifically in New York. I remember numerous occasions, doing my promo during my album’s run. They were outside the venues just clearly looking for situations. I can imagine on that night or any given night with the most heralded stars — the 50 Cents, the Lil Waynes — the aggressive nature, they came down on those guys. The system is not even fair to that extent. People can say ‘Don’t do the crime, do the time’ or ‘Don’t carry weapons,’ yadda, yadda, yadda,” he continued. “These cops are coming so strategically at these artists to make these headlines, to make these statements … it’s plain and simple wrong. So much time and effort is put into putting our music stars behind bars, they still ain’t find out who killed Tupac and Biggie.”

Jim Jones: “Thts crazy lil Wayne gets a year for a hand pistol and ti gets the same time for having army issued rifles wit silencers U tell me WTF”

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