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KenTheMan Reveals Why Her Favorite Rapper Is Lil Wayne & How He Has Influenced Her

KenTheMan Reveals Why Her Favorite Rapper Is Lil Wayne & How He Has Influenced Her

KenTheMan has revealed in a new interview with HipHopDX that her favorite rapper “was and still is” Lil Wayne.

The female rapper from Houston explained how she became a “super Wayne head” and how she has been sending him her freestyles in the DMs on Instagram.

She also recalled a story of how she wrote down all of the lyrics to Weezy‘s “Rollin’” freestyle off Sorry 4 The Wait in a letter and sent it to her boyfriend, who was currently in jail and couldn’t listen to the mixtape even though he was also a big fan!

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Lil Wayne’s Full Interview With “Drink Champs”, Talks JAY-Z, Eminem, Young Thug, Favorite Mixtapes & Much More [Video]

Lil Wayne Full Interview With Drink Champs, Talks JAY-Z, Eminem, Young Thug, Favorite Mixtapes & Much More

Filmed earlier this month at the World Famous House Of Mac soul food restaurant in Miami, Noreaga and DJ EFN‘s 2 hour and 20 minutes interview with Lil Wayne for the latest episode of their “Drink Champs” podcast has now been released.

During their conversation, they spoke on numerous subjects that includes Weezy not knowing who TDE and Quality Control Music are, thinking 21 Savage is a group, why he moved to Miami, how he became a Blood gang member, a huge compliment from JAY-Z, and plenty more.

You can watch Tunechi, who was wearing a “Percocet” chain and drinking shots from his Bumbu rum, sit down with N.O.R.E. and EFN plus check out a list of what they chatted about after the jump below. Enjoy!

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DJ Khaled, Dave East, Asian Doll, G-Eazy, T.I., Trippie Redd, Vic Mensa & 26 More Rappers Reveal Their Favorite Lil Wayne Projects

DJ Khaled, Dave East, Asian Doll, G-Eazy, TI, Trippie Redd, Vic Mensa & 26 More Rappers Reveal Their Favorite Lil Wayne Projects

Over 30 hip-hop artists (33 to be exact) have revealed to XXL what their favorite project in Lil Wayne‘s discography is.

Included in the list of 33 rappers are: Ace Hood, Asian Doll, Curren$y, Dave East, DJ Khaled, G-Herbo, G-Eazy, Juicy J, King Los, Lil Durk, Problem, Royce Da 5’9″, Swizz Beatz, T.I., Trippie Redd, Tyga, Vic Mensa, and more.

The answers that some of them chose, which you can see below, vary from the Sqad Up mixtapes to the Hot Boys albums, to the Dedication mixtapes, to the Da Drought mixtapes, to the No Ceilings mixtapes, to the Sorry 4 The Wait mixtapes, to The Suffix, to Tha Block Is Hot, to Tha Carter albums, and to Like Father Like Son!

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Margot Robbie Knows Lil Wayne’s “Sorry 4 The Wait” Adele Remix Word For Word

Margot Robbie Knows Lil Wayne Sorry 4 The Wait Adele Remix Word For Word

The beautiful Australian actress, Margot Robbie, who appeared in “The Wolf Of Wall Street” and will be Harley Quinn in next year’s “Suicide Squad” film is on the front cover of the August 2015 issue of ELLE magazine, which will be on newsstands nationwide July 21st.

Writer Simon van Zuylen-Wood, who interviewed Margot for her ELLE cover story, revealed that at one point they was in a Chevy and Robbie got out her iPod to play Lil Wayne‘s freestyle over Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” song that he called “Sorry 4 The Wait“, as well as started to perform it word for word!

“When we get to the Chevy, Robbie’s equally tall, equally tan personal assistant and BFF since age 10, Sophia, is behind the wheel. Margot slides in and cues up a rather filthy Lil Wayne song on her iPod. ‘You want a performance?’ she asks me. Sophia and Margot begin to rap: ‘We the shit, yeah Weezy go hard like Cialis… / She pop X, I smoke O’s, tic-tac-toe.'”

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Lil B Discusses Chilling & Working With Lil Wayne

Lil B Discusses Chilling & Working With Lil Wayne

Over the weekend, Lil B took part in a lecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology university in Cambridge. When it was Q&A time, one of the students in attendance asked B who he had a close connection with in the music industry.

Lil B answered Lil Wayne, Mack Maine, and Diddy before telling a story of how at one point in his career he was hanging around and chilling with Wayne years after he had put Weezy on the cover of one of his projects back in 6th grade.

If I were to guess, I would say this time was around when Tunechi was recording his Sorry 4 The Wait mixtape. If you don’t recall, Lil B was featured on “Grove St. Party” off that tape. You can read exactly what B said about Tune below!

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