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T-Pain Explains Why Lil Wayne Isn’t Releasing New Music & Reveals Why He Dropped “T-Wayne”

T-Pain Explains Why Lil Wayne Isnt Releasing New Music & Reveals Why He Dropped T-Wayne

T-Pain recently sat down with Micah Peters from The Ringer for a one on one interview to speak on his and Lil Wayne‘s T-Wayne collaboration project, which you can check out below.

During their conversation, Pain spoke on why he decided to finally put out T-Wayne after 9 years, the hand drawn artwork for it, the recording process, what his relationship is like with Tunechi right now, the Willy Wonka sample on “Listen To Me“, and knowing the project is old when you can hear Tune referencing a Sidekick phone in one of his verses.

The singer-songwriter also explained Weezy‘s current record label situation with Cash Money Records by confirming that Wayne can release as much music as he wants, but the people that would benefit from the music are not people he wants to benefit from it!

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Lil Wayne – I Don’t Like The Look Of It (Feat Gudda Gudda) [Music Video]

Here is the official music video for Lil Wayne‘s “I Don’t Like The Look Of It” aka “Willy Wonka” song featuring Young Money’s Gudda Gudda.

This is the new version of the track that has the new beat, which appeared on Weezy‘s I Am Not A Human Being album.

Birdman, Short Dawg, Lil Chuckee, Lil Twist, T@, and Trae Tha Truth all make cameos in this Colin Tilley-directed visual!

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Video: Game Says Lil Wayne Is “Too Good”

In an interview with AllHipHop.com, Game says that Lil Wayne‘s No Ceilings mixtape was too good and he killed everybody with it! Game also speaks about how he got Weezy and Birdman on his mixtape for this record.

Bonus: Gudda Gudda Recalls Getting “Willy Wonka” From Lil Wayne [YoungMoneyHQ.com]
Bonus 2: Birdman Confirms Cory Gunz Is A Young Money Artist [YoungMoneyHQ.com]

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Gudda Gudda – I Don’t Like The Look (Willy Wonka) (Feat Lil Wayne) [Dirty/CDQ/NoDJ]

Gudda Gudda I Dont Like The Look Willy Wonka Feat Lil Wayne - Dirty CDQ No DJ

On Tuesday, we posted the dirty version with DJ tags and the clean version for Gudda Gudda‘s single, “I Don’t Like The Look” aka “Willy Wonka” featuring Lil Wayne. We now have the official 320kbps CD quality version of this song, which is also dirty and tagless. Both artists murder this beat, and the official music video should be here around next week. You can listen and download the track below, enjoy 8)

Download: Gudda Gudda – I Don’t Like The Look (Willy Wonka) (Feat Lil Wayne) [Dirty/CDQ/NoDJ]

Shouts to Guddaville.com, and you can view the lyrics here!

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Gudda Gudda – I Don’t Like The Look (Willy Wonka) (Feat Lil Wayne) [Dirty]

Gudda Gudda I Dont Like The Look Willy Wonka Feat Lil Wayne - Dirty

Here is Gudda Gudda‘s single featuring Lil Wayne from his mixtape, Back 2 Guddavile, which is dropping around April-ish. The track is called “I Don’t Like The Look” aka “Willy Wonka“, and the official music video should be released soon. We will update this post as soon as the dirty version comes available You can listen and download this record below:

Download: Gudda Gudda – I Don’t Like The Look (Willy Wonka) (Feat Lil Wayne) [Clean/No DJ]

Download: Gudda Gudda – I Don’t Like The Look (Willy Wonka) (Feat Lil Wayne) [Dirty/DJ Tags]

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Robert Hoobler Speaks On Lil Wayne Going To Jail x Weezy Goes Bowling x More

Robert Hoobler Speaks On Lil Wayne Going To Jail

No one is more disappointed that Lil Wayne is jailed on gun charges than the cop who saved the rapper’s life 15 years ago after an accidental shot to the chest.

“It’s sad to see somebody get involved with guns like that – any kid, no matter who they are,” said Robert Hoobler, a New Orleans Police Department cop for two decades.

“I’m sorry to see that happened to him, but at least he admitted to what happened and took his medicine,” said Hoobler, 53, who now works for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Hoobler is more of an AC/DC and Metallica fan, but he has genuine affection for Lil Wayne.

They crossed paths in 1994 when Lil Wayne was a seventh grader living in New Orleans’ rough Hollygrove neighborhood. A call came in for shots fired, and Hoobler and other cops rushed to the address.

“We heard loud music the first time, but nothing the second time – just a little voice moaning for help,” Hoobler said.

The cops kicked in the door and found Lil Wayne covered in blood. He had dragged himself from the bedroom to the front of the apartment, leaving a bloody trail.

There were no ambulances immediately available, so Hoobler cradled Lil Wayne in his arms as they raced in a police cruiser to the nearest hospital.

That saved the rapper’s life, doctors said.

Lil Wayne has acknowledged Hoobler‘s heroics in person and in the press and he’s become a a bit of a local celebrity, recognized from a VH1 “Behind the Music” special. At the school where the cop’s grandkids attend, children ask for autographs.

Just last week, Hoobler bought his first Lil Wayne album and he has been listening to it on a boom box in his police cruiser after work.

“Now that I finally got a hold of his new CD, and see that it really turned out good, I hope he makes more of them,” he said.

Via NYDailyNews, and it’s cool to see the cop who saved Wayne‘s life is liking the Rebirth album.

Hit the jump to watch Lil Wayne and Lil Twist go bowling on Wayne‘s last day of freedom before heading to jail, another The Carter Documentary preview (some unreleased scenes), and the producer of “Pop Bottles” venting on Birdman and Lil Wayne. Oh and check back to LilWayneHQ.com tomorrow for the Gudda Gudda and Tunechi record, “Willy Wonka“.

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