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Tyga Talks Learning From Lil Wayne, Touring With Wayne, Young Money Reunion & More [Video]

Tyga Talks Learning From Lil Wayne, Touring With Wayne, Young Money Reunion & More

Tyga was the latest guest on Mike Tyson‘s “Hotboxin’” series were he chopped it up with the heavyweight boxing legend himself and DJ Whoo Kid to promote his new album, It’s Too Loud I Can’t Hear You, due to be released on November 18th.

At the start of their conversation (watch below), T-Raww chatted about first getting his big chance in the music industry when Lil Wayne signed him at 17-years-old, which was during Tha Carter III era. He discussed Wayne taking him on tour, as well as how being around Weezy at that time was his “artist development”.

Later on in their interview, Ty spoke on getting his hustle and work ethic from Lil Wayne, how Wayne does not talk much, working with Young Money back in the day, being a big fan of Tunechi plus how Tune and “prime Eminem” are his favorite rappers, planning to be at the YM reunion show in Toronto before Drake caught COVID-19, Lil Twist, riding around New Orleans with Birdman in his Bugatti, and much more!

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Lil Wayne Earns His First RIAA Diamond Certification With “Lollipop”

Lil Wayne Earns His First RIAA Diamond Certification With Lollipop

Just as we predicted 2 years ago, Lil Wayne now has his very first Diamond record with “Lollipop” featuring Static Major off Tha Carter III album.

According to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the Deezle and ‎Jim Jonsin-co-produced single was certified Diamond yesterday (December 14th) – meaning it has now moved over 10,000,000 units in the United States of America alone.

Congratulations to everyone who was involved with this collaboration! You can check out Tune opening up his new plaque and reacting to the news after the jump below. What do you think will be the next Weezy song to reach Diamond status?

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Names His Starting 5 For A Rap All-Star Team [Video]

Lil Wayne Names His Starting 5 For A Rap All Star Team

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare Lil Wayne conversation with Big Bink from 97.9 The Beat in Dallas, Texas back in 2008.

The radio interview, which includes Tunechi talking about his Tha Carter III album, also appeared in Streets Magazine.

Weezy names his starting five for a rap all-star team – Tyga, Kanye West, 50 Cent, Bun B, and Shaquille O’Neal. Check it all out below!

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Juelz Santana Speaks About His Work On Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter III” & Why “I Can’t Feel My Face” Never Got Released [Video]

Juelz Santana Speaks About His Work On Lil Wayne Tha Carter III & Why I Cant Feel My Face Never Got Released

Juelz Santana sits down with Vlad TV to discuss his contributions to Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter III album and reveal what happened with I Can’t Feel My Face.

In their interview, which you can watch below, Juelz talks about needing a plaque for his work on C3, as well as confirms him and Tunechi did have a joint project together completed that got leaked online.

The Harlem rapper explains that the collaboration album did not get an official release, because of “too much politics”, and then goes on to say the same thing happened with Weezy and T-Pain‘s T-Wayne project. He also pointed out what their full plan with ICFMF was within the music industry!

“Politics-wise, we didn’t get to put the album out on a major label because there was too much politics at the time. You had Def Jam, Universal, Cash Money, and Diplomats, you know what I’m saying.”

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Kevin Rudolf Speaks On “Spit In Your Face”, Favorite Lil Wayne Memory, Unreleased Music With Wayne & More

Kevin Rudolf Speaks On Spit In Your Face, Favorite Lil Wayne Memory, Unreleased Music With Wayne & More

Kevin Rudolf recently participated in a Q&A (question and answer) session with a Lil Wayne Discord server that you can read in full below.

In the interview, Kevin spoke on how Wayne was originally supposed to get on his “In The City” song, how “Spit In Your Face” was due to be a single from Rebirth until it got leaked, being signed to Cash Money Records, his best memory with Tunechi, and what his favorite Tune songs of all time are.

The New York singer and songwriter also revealed he has sent over some music to Lil Wayne for his new project, what his favorite Wayne era is, he has two unreleased rock collaborations with Weezy, what it is like inside a studio session with Mr. Carter, and much more!

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