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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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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks Christmas, Stacey Dash, The Boondocks, Fame & Much More

Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks Christmas, Stacey Dash, The Boondocks, Fame & More

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, we can check out a Lil Wayne interview with 97.9 The Box radio station in Houston, Texas from back in 2007 around Christmas time.

In the conversation, Weezy talked about his passion for rap, his tattoos including getting Jay Z’s “Lucky Me” song title tattooed on his neck and lyrics from the verse on his leg (he used them at the end of “Mr. Carter” too), creating his “Gossip” track, what he wanted for Christmas, what presents he bought his daughter Reginae Carter for Christmas, and much more.

Tunechi also discussed being too famous and how that effects his privacy, the white cup, his relationship with Karrine Steffans aka Superhead, what New Year’s resolution he had, appearing on “The Boondocks“, Stacey Dash, his thoughts on the GRAMMY Awards, and revealed his favorite collaborations at that moment in time were Natasha Bedingfield’s “Love Like This” remix and Playaz Circle’s “Duffle Bag Boys” single. You can hear the full convo below that even includes Tune spitting a verse from “A Milli“!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne & Birdman’s Interview + Freestyle On “Rap City” In 2007 [Video]

Lil Wayne & Birdman Interview + Freestyle On Rap City In 2007

For #ThrowbackThursday today, here is a rare clip of Lil Wayne and Birdman appearing together on BET’s “Rap City” show, which first aired on TV on April 10th, 2007, to premier their “You Ain’t Know” video.

In their sit-down conversation, Tunechi talks about purchasing land, how much he charges for a feature verse, his relationship with Juelz Santana, why he believes he is the Best Rapper Alive, and more.

This appearance is also when Wayne spits his iconic “Live From The 504” freestyle in “The Freestyle Booth”. You can check out Weezy and Baby‘s interview plus freestyle with DJ Q45 in the video below!

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Mitchy Slick Discusses “Blood N*ggaz” Collaboration With Menace & Lil Wayne [Video]

Mitchy Slick Discusses Blood Niggaz Collaboration With Menace & Lil Wayne

Mitchy Slick recently chopped it up with OakA for an interview that you can check out below.

During their conversation, Mitchy revealed how the “Blood N*ggaz” collaboration from himself, Lil Wayne and Compton Menace came about, which involved Menace doing a “gangsta favor” for Weezy by getting Tyga‘s Young Money chain back.

The San Diego rapper also confirmed he did not diss Tunechi in his “Blood N*ggaz” verse as it seems a lot of people thought that he was taking shots at Tune!

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KSI Says Lil Wayne Was Only Supposed To Record A Chorus For “Lose” [Video]

KSI Says Lil Wayne Was Only Supposed To Record A Chorus For Lose

KSI chops it up with Cruz and Lechero from The Cruz Show for a virtual interview that you can check out in full below.

At the 9:15 mark of their conversation, JJ Olatunji talks all about his “Lose” single featuring Lil Wayne that appears on the deluxe edition of his All Over The Place album.

The British YouTuber, rapper and boxer revealed Wayne was only originally supposed to record a hook, but he ended up doing more than what he was meant to by sending over a verse too!

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