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Feature Friday #205: Nicki Minaj – Higher Than A Kite (Feat Lil Wayne)

Nicki Minaj Higher Than A Kite Feat Lil Wayne

The “Feature Friday” edition for this week is a freestyle from Nicki Minaj called “Higher Than A Kite” featuring a verse from her Young Money boss Lil Wayne.

This Jerry Duplessis, Sedeck Jean and Lil Wonda-co-produced song is a recording over T.I. and Wyclef Jean’s “My Swag” for the Barbie‘s mixtape, Sucka Free, which was released back in 2008.

“I do what I does, I come through this bitch wrist bluer than ‘cuz’; I’m so 5 Star, soo woo to the Bloods; And before I had a mirror, I knew who I was”

You can watch a “Higher Than A Kite” music video that was directed by Jordan Tower below. Click here to watch a documentary that also shows Nicki and Wayne recording their verses for this track!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks To SMACK DVD About Nearly Signing To JAY-Z, Juvenile Beef, Birdman Loyalty & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks To SMACK DVD About Nearly Signing To JAY-Z, Juvenile Beef, Birdman Loyalty & More

Just like last week, I have decided to do another #ThrowbackThursday post here on LilWayneHQ.com, so if you would like to see me make this a weekly thing on this website, please let me know in the comments section below.

In today’s throwback clip, which you can check out below, Lil Wayne can be seen giving an interview to SMACK on his tour bus for their iconic street DVD series. This part appeared in SMACK DVD Volume 13 and it was filmed in 2006 after the release of Wayne‘s Tha Carter II album.

During their conversation, Weezy (who was rocking a purple BAPE zip-up hoodie) spoke on T-Streets thriving on smacking people, Trina, speaking to JAY-Z about signing to his record label after Birdman gave him the go-ahead, his beef with Juvenile, signing deals with Reebok and Billionaire Boys Club, his loyalty for Baby, and more!

“Dude may of dissed me or whatever, but I get paid. So when you gettin’ paid, you can’t really look at it. Now if I was hurtin’ it might be a murder or somethin’, but I’m gettin’ paid”

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Feature Friday #204: Juvenile – G-Code (Feat Lil Wayne)

Juvenile G-Code Feat Lil Wayne

It’s that time of the week again! Today’s “Feature Friday” installment is a track from Juvenile called “G-Code” featuring a verse and hook from Lil Wayne.

This Mannie Fresh-produced song appears on Juvie‘s fourth studio album, Tha G-Code, which was released back in 1999 via Cash Money Records.

“I’m scramblin’ for the money, tape ya up like a mummy; Call ya people and tell ’em I need 50 for this dummy”

You can listen to “G-Code” below.

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Throwback Thursday: MTV Re-Release Their “Cribs” Episode With Lil Wayne & Birdman [Video]

MTV Re-Release Their Cribs Episode With Lil Wayne & Birdman

For #ThrowbackThursday, MTV have re-released their Cribs episode with Lil Wayne and Birdman, which was filmed nearly 20-years-ago, and uploaded it online.

For this episode, the Cash Money Millionaires gave MTV a tour of their 6-bedroom mansion in New Orleans, Louisiana, as well as showed off their 4 car garages and indoor spa facility.

You can check out the full episode below that also includes Wayne revealing what his favorite item out of the fridge is, what goes down in all of his bedrooms, his plum Chrysler PT Cruiser limousine, and more!

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Feature Friday #203: B.G. – From Tha 13th To Tha 17th (Feat Lil Wayne aka Baby D)

BG From Tha 13th To Tha 17th Feat Lil Wayne aka Baby D

For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have picked one of the very first songs Lil Wayne recorded in his music career when he was going by his Baby D stage name on B.G. aka Lil Doogie‘s “From Tha 13th To Tha 17th“.

This Mannie Fresh-produced track appears on the The B.G.z‘s collaboration album, True Story, which was first released back in 1995 before then being re-released in 1999.

“So take my advice and see yo’ way out the Grove; You won’t post on real villans, or you’ll die like a stove”

You can listen to “From Tha 13th To Tha 17th” below. Wayne would have been around 12-years-old when he recorded his verses for this one!

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Feature Friday #202: UTP – Do What Cha Wanna (Feat Lil Wayne)

UTP Do What Cha Wanna Feat Lil Wayne

I have chosen a song from UTP called “Do What Cha Wanna” featuring a verse from Lil Wayne for this week’s “Feature Friday” edition.

This Pha-produced track appears on Wacko and Skip‘s studio album, Back Like We Left Something, which was released back in 2007 via Rap-A-Lot Records.

“I just let my Glock talk, talk till it get lockjaw; I love my in-laws, but I’m an Outlaw; The father of my region, just call me Southpaw; And all my head doctors make house calls; We snortin’ bricks and I talkin’ ’bout a house y’all”

You can listen to “Do What Cha Wanna” below.

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