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Yella Beezy Reveals He Has A New Collab With Lil Wayne + Has Heard “ColleGrove 2” Music [Video]

Yella Beezy Reveals He Has A New Collab With Lil Wayne + Has Heard ColleGrove 2 Music

Yella Beezy sits down with Bootleg Kev to participate in a one on one interview for his The Bootleg Kev Podcast, which you can watch below.

During their conversation, Beezy explains why you always have to include Lil Wayne in the greatest rapper of all time convos.

The Texas rapper went on to say why exactly you have to give Tunechi credit, he was “talking that sh*t” on DJ Khaled’s “God Did“, and his personal favorite Tune album is Tha Carter.

Also in their interview, Yella announces: “I got one with Wayne that’s goin’ stupid”, as well as reveals he has heard some new music off Weezy and 2 Chainz‘ upcoming ColleGrove 2 project!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Explains Why He Named His Album “Tha Carter” + More [Video]

Lil Wayne Explains Why He Named His Album Tha Carter + More

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare Lil Wayne interview with Nicole from Pseudo.com that happened back in 2003.

The conversation, which you can watch below, took place to promote Weezy‘s upcoming Tha Carter album at the time, as well as to promote his “Get Something” music video.

In the #TBT interview, Tunechi reveals why he named his album “Tha Carter“, who he was working with on the project, what makes him mature, what a day in the life of Tune is like, and more!

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Big Sean Plays “Drake vs. Lil Wayne”, Recalls Wayne Jumping On “Beware” + More [Video]

Big Sean Plays Drake vs Lil Wayne, Recalls Wayne Jumping On Beware + More

At the end of 2021, Big Sean 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, Detroit, and much more.

From the 14:50 mark, Sean talked about growing up loving the mixtape era and recalled riding to school listening to Lil Wayne‘s Dedication 1 and Dedication 2 tapes.

Later on in their conversation at 1:02:15, N.O.R.E. asked Sean to pick from “Drake or Wayne” to which the Detroit rapper named Wayne solely for the reason if there was no Weezy, there would be no Drizzy.

Big Sean also talked about where he was at in life when he made his “Beware” single featuring Tunechi and Jhene Aiko at the 1:38:30 point of their convo. He remembers Tune hearing just 6 seconds of the song when he decided that this was going to be the record he jumps on!

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LPB Poody Talks Working With Lil Wayne, His “Joker” Bar On The “Batman” Remix & More [Video]

LPB Poody Talks Working With Lil Wayne, His Joker Bar On The Batman Remix & More

LPB Poody recently participated in an interview with DJ Mad Max on his “Sports And Hip-Hop” show that you can watch below.

At the 4:30 mark of their convo, LPB spoke about Lil Wayne‘s influence on himself and how his main Wayne era was from the Hot Boys onwards plus Tha Carter.

Later on in their conversation at the 7:40 mark, Poody revealed how his Tunechi feature on the Batman” remix came about and mentioned Tune sent the verse back to him straight away.

The Orlando rapper also discussed the “I paint her whole face white just like the Joker” bar, Weezy reaching out to him after the collaboration about working together again, and why Mr. Carter is the “Michael Jordan of Rap”!

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BFB Da Packman Says “Lil Wayne Wholeheartedly Saved Hip-Hop” & Recites “Cash Money Millionaires”

BFB Da Packman Says Lil Wayne Wholeheartedly Saved Hip Hop & Recites Cash Money Millionaires

BFB Da Packman sat down for an interview with HipHopDX on their “Thought Box” series last month.

In a clip from their conversation, which you can watch below, BFB speaks all about Lil Wayne‘s influence and how he “wholeheartedly saved hip-hop”, especially in the years 2006 – 2010.

The Michigan native also opened up about how he feels Wayne does not get the respect he deserves, as well as how he would never ever discredit or talk down on Weezy. He even recited the start of Tune‘s “Cash Money Millionaires” song off Tha Carter!

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