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Rich The Kid & Lil Wayne Shoot A New Music Video With Rich Paying Homage To Wayne [Pictures]

Rich The Kid & Lil Wayne Shoot A New Music Video With Rich Paying Homage To Wayne

Yesterday, Rich The Kid and Lil Wayne filmed a new music video for an upcoming collaboration.

If you look at how Rich is dressed, he is wearing a similar look as to what Wayne wore in his “Everything” music video back in 2000.

You can check out more photos from the Rich Forever Music CEO and the Young Money CEO’s recent video shoot below. Are you feeling those “Tunechi” custom-made baggy pants?!

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Reginae Carter Talks Lil Wayne In A VERZUZ Battle, “No Ceilings 3”, Plastic Surgery & More [Video]

Reginae Carter Talks Lil Wayne In A VERZUZ Battle, No Ceilings 3, Plastic Surgery & More

Reginae Carter recently participated in a virtual interview with Jiggy Jones for Kreative Clout, which you can watch below.

During their conversation, Nae Nae spoke on how it feels to now be 22-years-old, her birthday fit, dealing with COVID-19, her new “Truth” song with Mike Hart, getting breast implants, working with Fashion Nova, and more.

The “Pride & Prejudice: Atlanta” actress also discussed how her parents Lil Wayne and Toya Johnson keep her grounded, which one of her brothers had the best song on Side A of No Ceilings 3, and which rapper she thinks is the only one who could possibly battle her father in a VERZUZ battle!

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SoTattedYD Reveals How He Was Featured On Side A Of Lil Wayne’s “No Ceilings 3” Mixtape [Video]

SoTattedYD Reveals How He Was Featured On Side A Of Lil Wayne No Ceilings 3 Mixtape

SoTattedYD sits down with RealLyfe Productions for an interview that you can check out below.

During their conversation, YD shares the story of how he ended up featured on Side A of Lil Wayne‘s No Ceilings 3 mixtape, which happened from first meeting Wayne while with Lil Twist at The Berrics skate park in L.A.

The Chicago born rapper, who now lives in Dallas, also spoke on Tunechi liking his skateboarding style, going on a skate tour with Tune for 2 weeks, his personal favorite songs from NC3, filming “Growing Up Hip Hop” with Twist, his top 3 favorite music artists, Young Thug recently downplaying Andre 3000, and more!

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Lil Wayne & Lil Baby Discuss When They First Heard Each Other’s Music, Influences, Work Ethic & More [Video]

Lil Wayne & Lil Baby Discuss When They First Heard Each Others Music, Influences, Work Ethic & More

In an interview with Rolling Stone for their Musicians On Musicians feature, Lil Wayne and Lil Baby chopped it up together over Zoom.

During their convo, Weezy and Baby discussed when they first heard each other’s music, how their hometowns shaped them, the first albums that made a big impact on them, how they approach songs, their influences outside of rap music, where they get their work ethic from, their looks, and much more.

Tunechi also confirmed that he has a new collaboration with Lil Baby on No Ceilings 3 mixtape (presumably on Side B). You can watch the two of them chat with Dewayne Gage and read their full interesting conversation after the jump below!

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Lil Wayne Talks About A White Cop Saving His Life, George Floyd’s Death, Nipsey Hussle’s Death, Birdman, Drake, Nicki Minaj & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks About A White Cop Saving His Life, George Floyd Death, Nipsey Hussle Death, Birdman, Drake, Nicki Minaj & More

Yesterday, Lil Wayne made his very first appearance on Instagram Live (even though he has been on it before for Young Money Radio) by being a special guest on Fat Joe‘s new podcast titled “The Fat Joe Show“.

During their 28-minute conversation, Tunechi spoke on what age he first started rapping, shooting himself by accident, a white police officer named Uncle Bob who was off duty saving his life, meeting him years later in a restaurant, and what he thinks about the horrible murder of George Floyd by four cops in Minneapolis.

Weezy also discussed being locked up in Rikers Island for 8 months, getting his “never quit” attitude and drive from Birdman at a young age, his influence being the #1 Stunna, putting Drake and Nicki Minaj on, what he taught his son Kameron Carter after Nipsey Hussle was murdered, how proud he is about influencing a whole new generation of rap, an upcoming collaboration he has with Lil Uzi Vert, being the first to do the “rock-rap” genre of music, attending the late Betty Wright‘s funeral, performing “Sweet Home Alabama” with Kid Rock at the Country Music Association Awards, and much more!

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