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Polo G Talks Shooting “Gang Gang” Video With Lil Wayne, Meeting Him At LIV Miami & More

Polo G Talks Shooting Gang Gang Video With Lil Wayne, Meeting Him At LIV Miami & More

In this post, you can check out two recent Polo G interviews were he speaks about his “Gang Gang” single featuring Lil Wayne off the Hall Of Fame album.

For the first interview, which you can watch after the jump below, Polo chats to Josh Martinez from Z100 New York about how it was a “surreal moment” to film the “Gang Gang” music video with Tunechi in person.

The Chicago-born rapper also chopped it up with Swaggy Sie from SiriusXM’s “Hip Hop Nation” show to reveal “Gang Gang” came about behind the scenes from his management without him knowing about it, as well as recall Weezy speaking to him about LIV nightclub in Miami!

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Fee Banks Speaks On Working With Lil Wayne, Their “Dedication 2” Studio Session With Chris Brown & More [Video]

Fee Banks Speaks On Working With Lil Wayne, Their Dedication 2 Studio Session With Chris Brown & More

Fee Banks recently chopped it up with Nolazine TV for a one on one interview, which you can check out below.

In their convo, Fee discussed being inspired by Cash Money Records while growing up, first meeting Lil Wayne, the Sqad Up rap group, and much more.

The Good Money Global CEO also revealed working with Wayne has been his “biggest learning curve of all time”, as well as that Chris Brown was inside his and Weezy‘s Dedication 2 studio session for “Workin’ ‘Em“!

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DJ Raj Smoove Talks First Meeting Lil Wayne, Recording “10,000 Bars” & More [Video]

DJ Raj Smoove Talks First Meeting Lil Wayne, Recording 10,000 Bars & More

DJ Raj Smoove sits down with Nolazine TV from his personal studio in New Orleans for a one on one interview.

Throughout their convo, Raj revealed how he first met Lil Wayne from being on tour with Cash Money Records, how the “Greatest DJ in the world” tag came about, and much more.

The NOLA DJ also mentioned that Weezy wanted to record Sqad Up mixtapes after the tour wrapped up and so they all did that at Smoove‘s personal studio.

He even explained what it was like recording Tunechi spit the 10,000 Bars” song aka SQ7 and witnessing him rip off the pages from his notebook, which was actually the last time Tune ever wrote his raps down!

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Rich The Kid Teases A Joint Project With Lil Wayne

Rich The Kid Teases A Joint Project With Lil Wayne

Rich The Kid has been teasing something in the works with Lil Wayne all the way since 2018 when he first hinted at dropping a collaboration album with Wayne.

Over the past year, Rich has also been regularly changing his profile picture on his social media channels to photos of Tunechi, praising Tune on social media, playing snippets of their unreleased music, shooting music videos for songs such as “Feeling Like Tunechi“, and skateboarding together.

Last month, the Rich Forever Music CEO took to his TikTok page to show footage of him inside Weezy‘s private studio in Miami with the caption: “What have I & Lil Wayne been working on for so long ?”. So what do you think? Do you think the two of them are getting ready to release a joint project?

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Roddy Ricch Reveals How The “Stunnaman” Collaboration With Lil Wayne & Birdman Came About

Roddy Ricch Reveals How The Stunnaman Collaboration With Lil Wayne & Birdman Came About

Roddy Ricch recently chopped it up with Zane Lowe for Apple Music’s “New Music Daily” series, which you can listen to in full below.

The Compton rapper revealed how his “Stunnaman” collaboration with Birdman and Lil Wayne came about, as well as how good it was to see Baby and Wayne together again.

“I was in Miami, I pulled up on Stunna, and I was just… upstairs. We just made it. I made it. He like: ‘little bruh, this is special. We’re going to have to do something with this.’ I’m like: ‘all right… cool. It ain’t nothing.’ So you feel me? He ends up making his call, doing what he had to do. Next thing I know, they tell me like: ‘man, Wayne.’ I’m like: ‘huh? Damn, Wayne and Birdman.’ I know a lot of people wonder why, but just growing up, you see them two together, that was just… it’s a no-brainer, to just be able to be in the room or even do music with them. So the fact that I could even be on a song with them, that was one of my little check offs.”

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