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Trippie Redd Says He Has “A Love Letter To You 2” Bonus Song With Lil Wayne [Video]

Trippie Redd Says He Has A Love Letter To You 2 Bonus Song With Lil Wayne

Trippie Redd recently sat down with Bootleg Kev and Dre Sinatra for an interview on REAL 92.3 radio station in Los Angeles, which you can check out after the jump below.

Throughout the conversation, Trippie recalled listening to Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter IV album while growing up and revealed one of his songs with Wayne and Chris Brown will be a bonus track on his A Love Letter To You 2 project.

Redd also revealed at the 16:30 mark that his 3 favorite MCs of all time are 2Pac, Tunechi and Kanye West, as well as how he met “idol” Tune and what it was like working with him in the studio at the 19:30 mark!

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ONHEL Talks Working With Lil Wayne, “Like A Man”, His Recording Process, “President Carter” & More

ONHEL Talks Working With Lil Wayne, Like A Man, His Recording Process, President Carter & More

Producer ONHEL recently participated in an interview with PigeonsandPlanes over the phone to talk all about his new collaboration with Lil Wayne called “Like A Man“, how it first leaked, and confirm it is a recent recording from this year.

ONHEL also discussed how he first started working with Tunechi back in 2004, what a studio session is like with Tune, making the transition of being an engineer to a record producer, and what Wayne‘s recording process is like.

The producer even revealed that he has around 50 songs with Weezy, but we have only heard a few of them like “Brown Paper Bag“, “Dinnertime“, “President Carter“, “Glory“, and “Like A Man“. He also mentioned that he believes “President Carter” is the only track on Tha Carter IV that was recorded before jail!

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Marvel Has Paired Spider-Man With Lil Wayne For Their Hip-Hop Variant Artwork Campaign

Marvel Has Paired SpiderMan With Lil Wayne For Their Hip Hop Variant Artwork Campaign

Marvel are reworking various hip-hop album artworks with some of their superheroes for their huge refresh of their classic comic book titles.

The Editor In Chief of Marvel Comics, Axel Alonso, said that the Marvel and hip-hop relationship makes sense because they are both “really big powerful threads of pop culture”, as well as how over the years he has heard plenty of rappers reference superheroes in their music.

One of the hip-hop album covers that Marvel have paid homage to is Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter IV artwork. You can check out the variant cover that was created by Gyimah Gariba above, courtesy of The FADER!

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Tech N9ne Breaks Down How His “Fuck Food” Collaboration With Lil Wayne Came About

Tech N9ne Breaks Down How His Fuck Food Collaboration With Lil Wayne Came About

Tech N9ne recently sat down with HotNewHipHop to discuss the stories of how his biggest mainstream collaborations came about. One of these collabos was the 2011 All 6’s And 7’s cut, “Fuck Food“, with Lil Wayne, T-Pain and Krizz Kaliko.

The Strange Music leader explained how he was surprised that he was put on a song with Andre 3000 on Tha Carter IV, why he decided to send “Fuck Food” to Tunechi, and what him and Tune talked about in Rikers Island.

You can check out the conversation in the clip below. If you wish to skip straight to the “Fuck Food” story, then go to the 8:10 mark. Don’t forget that we will also be hearing a new Tech N9ne and Weezy track called “Bass Ackwards” soon!

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Tech N9ne Says “Tha Carter IV” Boosted His Appeal To African Americans, Calls Lil Wayne A “Lyricist”

Tech N9ne Says Tha Carter 4 Boosted His Appeal To African Americans, Calls Lil Wayne A Lyricist

J. Bachelor from Only Hip Hop Facts recently sat down with Tech N9ne for a one on one interview, which you can check out after the jump below.

During their conversation at the 3:15 mark, Tech mentioned that him appearing on Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter IV album boosted his appeal to African Americans as he saw more turn up to his shows. He also thanked Weezy for recognizing a lyricist:

“Thank you to Wayne for making that happen, I love you brother. Thank you man for even recognizing a lyricist, as well, because he’s a lyricist, I don’t care what nobody says, fuck ’em, that nigga can rap!”

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