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Fat Joe Names Lil Wayne As The Best Rapper He’s Ever Seen Record In A Studio [Video]

Fat Joe Names Lil Wayne As The Best Rapper Hes Ever Seen Record In A Studio

In an excerpt from season 5 episode 4 of Uninterrupted’s “The Shop” series, Fat Joe revealed Lil Wayne is the best music artist he has ever seen record in a studio and called him “a beast”.

Joey Crack explained to Amy Schumer, Don Lemon, Paul Rivera, Maverick Carter, and LeBron James what he has learned from being in the studio with Weezy and why it was a privileged for himself.

For the third time in his life, Joe also told the story of witnessing Tunechi record his “We Takin’ Over” verse for DJ Khaled, which included Tune sparring with a huge speaker inside the studio room as the instrumental played in the background!

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Mike Banger Reveals Lil Wayne Has Unreleased Music With Michael Jackson & Dr. Dre

Mike Banger Reveals Lil Wayne Has Unreleased Music With Michael Jackson & Dr Dre

Lil Wayne‘s former recording engineer Mike Banger recently participated in a Q&A (question and answer) session with a Lil Wayne Discord server that you can read in full below.

If you were not already aware, Banger is a RIAA-certified, multi-Platinum and Grammy award-winning recording engineer that has recorded and mixed numerous Tunechi projects including Tha Carter IV, Rebirth, I Am Not A Human Being 1 and 2, We Are Young Money, Sorry 4 The Wait, Dedication 4 and 5, and No Ceilings etc, as well as also produced a few tracks for Tune.

In their interview, Mike talked about Wayne‘s recording process, the difference between Wayne being high and sober in the studio, what percentage of Wayne‘s music actually gets released, and witnessing Wayne record “6 Foot 7 Foot” straight from prison, as well as everyone being out of their minds from mushrooms for the “No Worries” session. He also revealed Weezy has unreleased music with both Michael Jackson and Dr. Dre!

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Robin Thicke Recalls Witnessing A Bank Robbery That Inspired “Shooter” With Lil Wayne [Video]

Robin Thicke Recalls Witnessing A Bank Robbery That Inspired Shooter With Lil Wayne

While on the “The Kelly Clarkson Show” recently, Robin Thicke recalled a bank robbery he witnessed that ended up inspiring his “Shooter” collaboration with Lil Wayne.

Robin tells Kelly Clarkson that when he was 18-years-old, he was inside a bank when some guys with masks and guns entered and robbed the place. He wrote a song about this experience titled “Oh Shooter” for his debut studio album, A Beautiful World.

Years later, Wayne put his own spin on the “Shooter” track and added it to his Tha Carter II album, which Thicke says he ended up getting a Grammy Award for it. However, I think he is getting mistaken with Tha Carter III album. Check it out below!

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Jae Millz Speaks On Witnessing Lil Wayne Have A Seizure While In The Air & Accidentally Trying His Lean [Video]

Jae Millz Speaks On Witnessing Lil Wayne Have A Seizure While In The Air & Accidentally Trying His Lean

After seeing Jae Millz share the story of Lil Wayne giving him a recycled verse for the “Holla At A Playa” remix at first, we can now check out another part of his interview with Bootleg Kev.

While on episode 28 of The Bootleg Kev Podcast, the Harlem rapper recalled witnessing Tunechi have a seizure on his private jet up in the air and how Tune responded after waking up.

Millzy went on to say it was the “scariest shit I ever seen in my life” and even told that to Wayne himself. Also in their convo (watch below), Jae discussed how one time he accidentally took a sip of Weezy and Gudda Gudda‘s lean in the studio!

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Ace Hood Talks Working With Lil Wayne & His Recent Comments About George Floyd, Black Lives Matter + Police Brutality [Video]

Ace Hood Talks Working With Lil Wayne & His Recent Comments About George Floyd, Black Lives Matter + Police Brutality

Ace Hood was a recent guest on the Hip-Hop Uncensored podcast where he chopped it up with hosts SamAnt and O’God.

During their conversation, Ace spoke about his experiences of working with Lil Wayne, who is someone he looked up to for years while growing up, as well as witnessing Wayne‘s evolution.

The Florida rapper also recalled playing Tunechi‘s Tha Carter album for 3 years straight when it was first released before sharing his thoughts on the recent comments that Tune made about George Floyd, Black Lives Matter and police brutality!

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