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Terrance Williams Talks His Brothers Birdman & Slim Signing Lil Wayne, The Kiss, Talent & More [Video]

Terrance Williams Talks His Brothers Birdman & Slim Signing Lil Wayne, The Kiss, Talent & More

Terrance “Gangsta” Williams sits down with RealToonTV for an interview, which you can watch after the jump below.

In their conversation, Terrance recalls being around for when 12-year-old Lil Wayne was first signed to Cash Money Records, what he thought about Wayne and Birdman kissing, and more.

Baby and Slim‘s blood brother also talks about the time Tunechi let him hear his music first and being astonished by his talent at such a young age. He also remembers telling Slim that he knew Weezy would be special and take over Cash Money!

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Lil Wayne Talks Having An Eye For Talent, Playing The Guitar, Influences & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks Having An Eye For Talent, Playing The Guitar, Influences & More

After the 6th annual “Lil Weezyana Fest” in his hometown New Orleans on Saturday evening (October 29th), Lil Wayne sat down with Delisa Shannon from Rolling Stone for a one on one interview.

During their conversation, Weezy discussed the feeling for this year’s “Lil Weezyana Fest“, connecting with fans, looking up and paying serious attention to Michael Jackson, Missy Elliott and JAY-Z while growing up, the last time he ever wrote a rap down, having an eye for talent, playing the guitar, the biggest lesson he has learned from his music career so far, and more.

You can check out Tunechi‘s new interview with Rolling Stone for their “The Green Room” series after the jump below!

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Birdman & Slim’s Brother Terrance Williams Says He Always Knew Lil Wayne Would Be Special [Video]

Birdman & Slim Brother Terrance Williams Says He Always Knew Lil Wayne Would Be Special

Birdman‘s blood brother Terrance Williams sat down With Vlad TV for an interview after he was recently released from federal prison after serving 23 years behind bars.

During their conversation, which you can watch below, Terrance spoke on B.G. and Lil Wayne‘s The B.G.z group, always knowing Wayne was going to be something special way back then, and being the inspiration behind the Hot Boys.

Williams also recalled asking Weezy to spit a rap for him and when he did, he questioned where he got his bars from and how he is able to rap like this to which Tunechi answered: “I don’t know, I’m just talented, I’m just gifted”. He also remembered his other brother Slim sending him one of Tune‘s songs and thinking he is going to be the next one to blow up!

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Ice Cube Says Lil Wayne Is The Best Rapper Of All Time [Video]

Ice Cube Says Lil Wayne Is The Best Rapper Of All Time

Ice Cube was the latest guest on the music podcast titled “On The Guest List…”, which is hosted by Foxtrot & The Get Down, White Sox Dave from Barstool Sports and Kenny Carkeet.

From the 32:15 mark of their conversation, Cube was asked who he thinks is the best rapper of all time to which he answered none other than Lil Wayne.

“It’s hard to beat Lil Wayne, it’s just hard. I just think his metaphors are other worldly. Just an amazing talent. As far as lyrics and can make hits, has been copied, and all these dudes are all nothing but clones of Lil Wayne at the end of the day. He’s dope.”

You can check out Ice Cube‘s interview on the “On The Guest List…” podcast after the jump below! Would you of liked to hear a collaboration from Ice and Wayne?

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Chris Brown Talks About Lil Wayne’s Verse On His “Breezy” Album [Video]

Chris Brown Talks About Lil Wayne Verse On His Breezy Album

Chris Brown recently sat down with Big Boy TV at his home for a one on one interview, which you can watch below.

From 8:50 mark of their conversation, Chris talked about the Lil Wayne and Yung Bleu collab “Possessive” on his upcoming Breezy album, due to be released this Friday (June 24th).

While talking to Big Boy about the feature, CB mentioned he has a “natural genuine relationship” with Wayne and he believes the Young Money CEO is “very talented”. He also added the following statement:

“Lil Wayne gave me probably one of the hardest verses… I couldn’t put the Breezy album out without him on.”

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