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RSONIST Talks About First Working With Lil Wayne & “I Can’t Feel My Face” [Video]

RSONIST Talks About First Working With Lil Wayne & I Cant Feel My Face

RSONIST from hip-hop production duo The Heatmakerz recently visited Shade 45’s “Sway In The Morning” radio show to chat with Sway Calloway and Heather B.

At the 7:15 mark of their conversation, the multi-Platinum producer spoke on Remy Ma missing out on one of the beats from Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter II album (it would of either been “Tha Mobb” or “Receipt“).

Also during their interview (see below), RSONIST talked about when he first started working with Tunechi, which was around the days when he was chilling with Dipset, as well as revealed why he thinks Tune and Juelz Santana‘s joint I Can’t Feel My Face project never came out!

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Mike Jones Shares His Thoughts On Lil Wayne Remixing His Song To Make “Sky Is The Limit” [Video]

Mike Jones Shares His Thoughts On Lil Wayne Remixing His Song To Make Sky Is The Limit

Mike Jones recently sat down with Say Cheese TV for an interview, which you can watch below.

At the start of their conversation, Mike spoke on how he felt about Lil Wayne freestyling over his “Mr. Jones” single, which turned out to be the classic “Sky Is The Limit (Ride For My Niggas)” song off Da Drought 3.

Jones also revealed if the Tunechi version hurt or helped him, discussed people writing in comments “this is Wayne‘s song now”, explained how close him and Tune were with each other around Tha Carter II days, and plenty more!

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Lou Williams Says Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter II” Is His Favorite Album Ever & “Free Weezy Album” Is His Current Favorite Project

Lou Williams Says Lil Wayne Tha Carter 2 Is His Favorite Album Ever & Free Weezy Album Is His Current Favorite Project

Lou Williams, who is a professional basketball player for NBA team Los Angeles Clippers, recently participated in a Q&A session with fans on Twitter.

During this Q&A session, Lou revealed that Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter II album is his favorite album ever and Wayne‘s Free Weezy Album is his favorite project right now.

You can check out Williams answer these questions after the jump below. You can’t be mad at the Tunechi albums he picked!

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Throwback Thursday: Watch The Full Uncut & Uncensored Lil Wayne Movie By Jordan Tower

Full Uncut & Uncensored Lil Wayne Movie By Jordan Tower

Today for #ThrowbackThursday, you can watch a raw, uncut and uncensored 1 hour and 30 minute movie on Lil Wayne that was recently released in full by Jordan Tower. As well as Weezy, there are appearances in the film by Cortez Bryant, Marley G, Fee Banks, Mr. G, and Nicki Minaj.

During the movie, we can see footage of Weezy doing a couple of interviews talking about how he first met Birdman and Slim to sign with Cash Money records, his discography, recording process, business ventures, what an average day is like for him, working, performing “Hello Brooklyn” live with JAY Z in New York, acting, why he hates NY, if he would ever do a reality TV show, and so much more.

In the film that was shot before Tha Carter III came out, we can also watch behind the scenes footage from Tunechi‘s “Money On My Mind” video shoot in Miami plus Tune recording “Higher Than A Kite” and “Young Money Ballaz” for Nicki’s Sucka Free mixtape. So grab some popcorn, sit back and enjoy all of this classic footage that has been merged together in one for you!

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Cortez Bryant Explains Everything About Lil Wayne’s Problems With Cash Money & “Tha Carter V” Album

Cortez Bryant Explains Everything About Lil Wayne Problems With Cash Money & Tha Carter 5 Album

Lil Wayne‘s best friend and manager, Cortez Bryant, recently sat down with Elliott Wilson and Brian “B.Dot” Miller for a brilliant interview on episode 79 of their “Rap Radar” podcast.

Tez Poe gave away plenty of unknown information about Weezy, what happened with the release of Tha Carter V, the situation with the Cash Money lawsuit, relationships with Birdman and Slim, and so much more.

You can listen to the full 85-minute conversation, watch excerpts of it, and see notes of what Cortez talks about all after the jump below. Enjoy!

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