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Damian Lillard Speaks On Being In The Studio With Lil Wayne, His Work Ethic & Hearing Unreleased Music [Videos]

Damian Lillard Speaks On Being In The Studio With Lil Wayne, His Work Ethic & Hearing Unreleased Music

A couple of days ago, Damian Lillard aka Dame D.O.L.L.A. did a press run in New York City for his upcoming Confirmed album and his new “Run It Up” single featuring Lil Wayne, which you can check out in the clips below.

One of these press run stops included a visit to Shade 45’s “Sway In The Morning” radio show. At the 5:00 mark, Dame spoke to Sway Calloway and Heather B about being in the studio with Weezy and bouncing ideas off of each other to beats, as well as revealed they have “a number of songs” that they have recorded together from his first album to now.

The NBA player and rapper also stopped by Complex to appear on episode 197 of their “Everyday Struggle” series. Throughout his appearance, Lillard discussed plenty of things about Tunechi, such as his work ethic, Cash Money trying to block his verse on “Loyal To The Soil“, listening to his music, what he learned from being in the studio with him, and hearing unreleased Tune music!

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Watch An Unreleased Cash Money Millionaires Documentary Starring A Young Lil Wayne

Watch An Unreleased Cash Money Millionaires Documentary Starring A Young Lil Wayne

An unreleased Cash Money Millionaires documentary has surfaced online via Turk‘s YouTube page that looks to have been filmed in the mid-1990s.

The rare doc follows Lil Wayne, Birdman, Slim, Juvenile, Turk, Mannie Fresh, B.G., and more during the very early stages of their careers, as well as them talking to the camera about their life.

You can check out the nearly 40-minute documentary after the jump below! It’s a damn shame what happened to the Cash Money Records label. What are your thoughts on this classic footage?

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A 1-Minute Snippet Of An Unreleased Lil Wayne Song Surfaces Online

A 1 Minute Snippet Of An Unreleased Lil Wayne Song Surfaces Online

A new 1-minute snippet of an unreleased Lil Wayne song that was produced by Lex Luger has surfaced online.

The preview was recorded by New Orleans native Davon, who is also the same guy from the Wayne tribute documentary by Edward Buckles.

Over the past few years, Davon has filmed himself playing at least another 10 other unreleased Weezy tracks, which he claimed are all leftovers from the I Am Not A Human Being 2 album in 2013.

This of course leaves the question of how has he managed to obtain all of these unreleased Tunechi records. Some people are thinking that he must be related to Tune in someway.

You can check out the latest Lil Wayne sneak peek after the jump below! What are your thoughts on it and do you think we will ever hear the full version?

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Lil Wayne Plays A Game Of Basketball While A New Song Plays In The Background [Video]

Lil Wayne Plays Basketball While A New Song Plays In The Background

While at a skate park recently, Lil Wayne took part in a little game of basketball with his homies.

Tunechi and N.O. Capo took on young skateboarders YoYo and Wacson Mass as “I’m The One” played in the background, as well as an unreleased Tune song.

You can check out some footage of Weezy playing b-ball in a video after the jump below, courtesy of Spanish Mike!

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Lil Wayne – Dinnertime [Unreleased Tha Carter III Leftover]

Lil Wayne Dinnertime Unreleased Tha Carter 3 Leftover

Wow! Out of nowhere, a new Lil Wayne song has surfaced online called “Dinnertime” that was produced by Onhel.

However, the track was recorded back at the end of 2007 for Tha Carter III, but for an unknown reason it never made the album and has never been put out since.

We’ve actually been knowing about this record for a long time after it was first brought up in Weezy‘s Blender magazine cover story in 2008. This is what was said:

“He [Lil Wayne] instructs his engineer, Darius ‘Deezle’ Harrison, to fire up a new song; as soon as he hears his own music, Wayne grows wild, his slow-mo confidence shoved abruptly aside by a raging, theatrical egotism. The track is called ‘Dinnertime’, in which Wayne compares other rappers to food and then eats them, chewing noises included. Faced with his prodigious skills, he stutter-steps around the room, headbanging with increasing violence. ‘I’m too sick’ he says, revving himself up. ‘Too sick! I don’t even wanna listen to my own shit, because it makes me want to kill somebody!’ The moment the song ends, Wayne bellows at no one in particular: ‘Fuck yo’ favorite rapper!’ He tells Deezle to dial up another track and reiterates his point, stomping his Nikes to emphasize each syllable: ‘FUCK! YO’! FAV! OR! ITE! RAP! PER!'”

You can listen to “Dinnertime” after the jump below!

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