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Tory Lanez Recites Lil Wayne’s Full “Cannon” Verse Word For Word [Video]

Tory Lanez Recites Lil Wayne Full Cannon Verse Word For Word

Tory Lanez recently sat down with Rob Markman for a one on one interview with Genius‘ “For The Record” series, which you can watch in full below.

To wrap up the conversation at the 39:15 mark, Lanez was asked to recite a verse acapella of someone who he was a fan of growing up to which he started to rap Lil Wayne‘s classic “Cannon” verse from Dedication 2.

After reciting all of the verse word for word, the Canadian artist then revealed it is his favorite verse from Wayne and his favorite verse ever from that era. Earlier on in the interview around the 15:00 mark, Tory also discussed his new “Thoughts” collaboration with Weezy and Lloyd off Chixtape 5 too!

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Kash Doll Reveals How Lil Wayne Knows Her Music, Recites His Verse From “Kitten”, Calls Him A “Legend” & “GOAT” [Video]

Kash Doll Reveals How Lil Wayne Knows About Her Music, Recites His Verse From Kitten, Calls Him A Legend & GOAT

Kash Doll sits down with Naji for an interview with RapRadar’s “Cigar Talk” series, which you can watch in full below.

At the 14:50 mark of their interview, Kash explains how excited she was when Lil Wayne sent her his verse for “Kitten“, calls him a “legend” and a “GOAT”, and appreciates him for mentioning her in an interview when talking about females who can really rap.

The female rapper from Detroit also recited the intro of Tunechi‘s “Kitten” verse, discussed bringing his daughter Reginae Carter out during this year’s “Lil Weezyana Fest” set, and revealed Weezy knows all about her music from Nae Nae!

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Euro Breaks Down His & Lil Wayne’s “Talk 2 Me Crazy” Single [Video]

Euro Breaks Down His & Lil Wayne Talk 2 Me Crazy Single

Euro recently sat down with HNHH to appear on their “Between The Lines” series, which you can watch below.

During his sit-down interview, Euro broke down his “Talk 2 Me Crazy” collaboration with Lil Wayne that was produced by Ozhora Miyagi.

“I probably did that song in like twenty minutes – twenty-five minutes. As soon as I heard it, we went straight to the studio and we just locked that down right away. I actually wrote two verses for it. As soon as I heard it, as soon as I thought of the hook, I was like: ‘man, I know Wayne would go crazy on this.'”

The Young Money artist then revealed Wayne was not fully sure if his verse on the Don’t Expect Nothing cut was dope or not:

“Wayne does this thing, I don’t know if he’s joking or not but he’ll just ask you: ‘Yo, you think my verse is straight?’ Like, I don’t know if he’s joking or not cause he’ll kill it and then he’ll still ask like: ‘You think this verse is cool?’ I’m like, man, chill out. That verse was crazy. Every time I hear a Wayne verse on any of my songs, it’s still a surreal moment.”

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Lil Durk Recites Lil Wayne’s “Go DJ” Verse & Calls Wayne “The Real GOAT” [Video]

Lil Durk Recites Lil Wayne Go DJ Verse & Calls Wayne The Real GOAT

Lil Durk recently sat down with Rob Markman for a one on one interview with Genius‘ “For The Record” series, which you can watch below.

To wrap up the conversation at the 28:00 mark, Durk was asked to rap a verse of someone who has influenced him to which he started to rap a verse from Lil Wayne‘s “Go DJ” single.

After reciting the verse, the Chicago rapper then called Tunechi “the real G.O.A.T.” and revealed it was Tune who made him want to grow dreads and dye his hair blonde!

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Damian Lillard Talks First Meeting Lil Wayne & Working With Him In The Studio [Video]

Damian Lillard Talks First Meeting Lil Wayne & Working With Him In The Studio

Damian Lillard was the special guest on episode 71 of Elliott Wilson and Brian “B.Dot” Miller’s Rap Radar Podcast with TIDAL.

During their interview at around the 19:45 mark, which you can watch below, Dame discusses first meeting Lil Wayne and working with him in the studio (says Wayne sent him multiple songs).

The rapper/NBA player also revealed that the first project he ever bought was Wayne‘s Tha Block Is Hot album, what his friendship with Tunechi is like, and what happened over Birdman/Cash Money not clearing Tune‘s verse on “Loyal To The Soil“!

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Everything You Need To Know About The Original Version Of Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” Album After The Leak

Everything You Need To Know About The Original Version Of Lil Wayne Tha Carter V Album After The Leak

A couple of days ago, a lot of the songs (20 in total) from Lil Wayne‘s original Tha Carter V album surfaced online. I was not going to make an article about this, but too many people are hitting me up asking about it, so I’ve decided to do what I did when the Velvet Sessions project leaked online.

Due to copyright laws, I cannot post the tracks on this website, but for those who have heard the music, I will list what has changed on each record. If you recall back to 2014, CV was originally due to drop back then, but with the long lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records, Wayne ended up re-recording the album and releasing it in 2018.

The full versions of “Mute” featuring a dope verse from Big Sean and “No Brainer” featuring a dope verse from Flow are also included in this new leak. I always tell people that Tunechi‘s best music in my personal opinion seems to be more his leaked music over official releases and hearing songs like “Life Of Mr. Carter“, “Scottie Pippen” and the hilarious “Form Good” confirms this statement even more for me.

You can check out exactly which tracks leaked from the original Tha Carter 5 project below! From the tentative tracklist we received in 2014, this now just leaves “Start This Shit Off Right” with Christina Milian and Mannie Fresh, “She Said Better Get ‘Em“, “Grindin” with Jeezy and Young Thug, “Brad Pitt” with B.o.B, “Mano Y Mano” with Gudda Gudda, and “Murda” with Flow as unreleased. If you have heard the OG C5 album, how did you like it and did you prefer it more than the official version we got nearly a year ago?

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