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Throwback Thursday: A Rare Lil Wayne Interview With DJ Felli Fel Backstage At 2008 Powerhouse [Video]

A Rare Lil Wayne Interview With DJ Felli Fel Backstage At 2008 Powerhouse

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare Lil Wayne interview with DJ Felli Fel that took place backstage of Power 106 FM’s annual “Powerhouse” concert at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California on June 21st, 2008.

In their conversation, Weezy talked about wanting to see The Game and Ice Cube perform live at Powerhouse, being surprised he sold 1.5 million records with Tha Carter III in less than a month of it being released, and more.

Tunechi also spoke on recording features for The Pussycat Dolls and Chris Brown earlier in the day, as well as already working on Tha Carter IV after the C3 release. You can check out their rare convo after the jump below!

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Throwback Thursday: On Set Of Lil Wayne & Rick Ross’ “John” Video Shoot In 2011

On Set Of Lil Wayne & Rick Ross John Video Shoot In 2011

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is some behind the scenes footage from Lil Wayne‘s “John” video shoot featuring Rick Ross back in 2011.

The official Colin Tilley-directed music video, which you can check out here, has cameo appearances from Birdman and Gunplay.

You can watch the #TBT clip below, courtesy of Dre Films! Do you still listen to Wayne and Rozay‘s “John” song from his Tha Carter IV album?

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Anuel AA Says Lil Wayne Was The Artist He Studied The Most Growing Up [Video]

Anuel AA Says Lil Wayne Was The Artist He Studied The Most Growing Up

Earlier this year, Anuel AA sat down with N.O.R.E. aka Noreaga and DJ EFN for an interview on their “Drink Champs” podcast to discuss his career, life, fame, and more.

At the 14:00 minute mark, the Puerto Rican rapper reveals he listened to a lot of English-speaking music growing up and the artist he studied the most was Lil Wayne. He went on to say he really took notice of Wayne around Tha Carter III and Tha Carter IV era, as well as when he introduced Drake and Nicki Minaj to the world.

Later on in their conversation at the 1:14:00 mark, Anuel references Tunechi‘s iconic deposition by answering “I don’t recall” to a question about which watch he was wearing when in jail. You can check out the full interview after the jump below. AA and Weezy previously collaborated on the song “Ferrari” a couple of years ago!

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Lil Wayne Drops 4 New Visualizers To Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary Of “Tha Carter IV”

Lil Wayne Drops 4 New Visualizers To Celebrate 10 Year Anniversary Of Tha Carter IV

As part of the continued celebration for the 10-year anniversary of Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter IV album, which was on August 29th, a few visuals for the project have now been released.

Four new Wayne visualizers for the songs “She Will” featuring Drake, “Blunt Blowin’“, “Nightmares Of The Bottom“, and “President Carter” have premiered on YouTube Music over the weekend. These were all directed by Tim Fox with the art created by Daniel Crossan.

You can check out all four of these videos after the jump below! Click here to listen to the “Complete Edition” of C4 and click here to purchase “Tha Carter Collection” vinyl box set. What are your thoughts on the visualizers?

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Lil Wayne Partners Up With Topps To Release A Special Edition “Tha Carter IV” Trading Card Pack

Lil Wayne Partners Up With Topps To Release A Special Edition Tha Carter 4 Trading Card Pack

For the 10-year anniversary of Tha Carter IV, Lil Wayne has teamed up with The Topps Company to release a special trading card product set celebrating his ninth studio album.

If you wish to purchase the product (see examples down below), you can do so now for $19.99 from the official Topps website here before they will expire later this month on September 30th.

According to Wayne, he is the very first rapper with a trading card pack. He also says his top fans on Spotify will be receiving a special delivery of them! Have you, or are you going to order a pack?

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