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Cory Gunz Discusses Lil Wayne’s Work Ethic & Confirms He Never Ghostwrote For Wayne [Video]

Cory Gunz Discusses Lil Wayne Work Ethic & Confirms He Never Ghostwrote For Wayne

Cory Gunz sits down in From Tha Seoul‘s car to participate in a one on one interview with him, which you can check out below.

Around the 4:45 mark of their conversation, Cory confirms he is still signed to Young Money, reveals how he became signed to Lil Wayne – it goes back to when Gunz was signed to Def Jam and Wayne came through to give him a verse during his own album promo run, and much more.

The Gunna also spoke on Tunechi‘s work ethic by saying he never stops working, as well as how he built up a buzz in music before then getting caught with a gun and catching a case. He even confirmed he has never ghostwrote anything for Weezy as he has saw comments online saying he has done!

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Bun B Recalls Lil Wayne Being The Best Rapper In The Studio At Just 14-Years-Old [Video]

Bun B Recalls Lil Wayne Being The Best Rapper In The Studio At Just 14 Years Old

Bun B recently sat down with B. High in Atlanta for an interview, which you can watch below.

Around the 4:35 mark of their convo, Bun talked about how he co-signed the generation after him including the Cash Money Records artists, which he says not everyone is comfortable in doing so.

The UGK rapper also spoke on how he helped Lil Wayne with his work ethic by telling Birdman to keep him inside the studio, as well as first noticing Wayne‘s talent by realizing he was the best rapper in the room at just 14-years-old and he wasn’t even cursing!

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Euro Speaks On Being Featured On “No Ceilings 3”, Advice He Received From Lil Wayne & More [Video]

Euro Speaks On Being Featured On No Ceilings 3, Advice He Received From Lil Wayne & More

Euro recently chopped it up with Hot 106 radio station for a virtual “Hot Morning” interview that you can watch below.

During their conversation, Euro spoke on working through the pandemic, Providence, his new single “Summer Flings“, the new Young Money artists that Lil Wayne is calling the “Fab Five”, and more.

The YM rapper revealed he was very surprised, but very happy that he was featured on Wayne‘s No Ceilings 3 mixtape as the first No Ceilings is one of his favorite projects in Weezy‘s whole catalog.

Euro also explained how “Ring Ring” came about, shared advice he has received from Tunechi, mentioned what it is like to have him as a mentor, and disclosed him and Tune have more unreleased music in the vault!

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Calboy Reveals What Advice Lil Wayne Gave Him To Stay Relevant For A Long Time

Calboy Reveals What Advice Lil Wayne Gave Him To Stay Relevant For A Long Time

Calboy recently chopped it up with HipHopDX to speak about his relationship with Lil Wayne after Wayne had reached out to him on Instagram, which he nearly missed.

“What’s crazy about the Wayne situation is he reached out to me on Instagram. That’s when I felt like: ‘Man, I’m lit. Wayne reached out to me.’ He was like: ‘Yo, you fire, shorty. What’s the situation like?’ But I didn’t see his DM for like four, five months, bro. It’s just sitting in my DMs, and I didn’t see it and it’s a DM from Wayne [laughs].”

After Calboy discussed how himself and Tunechi built up a connection from there, he then went on to talk about Tune‘s influence on him:

“We was just talking about all type of stuff. He was going through the legal situations before he got pardoned by Trump, so I’m like: ‘Man, I’m sending my prayers to you, bro. Blessings. Keep your head up.’ He’s like: ‘Oh, I definitely need them, bro.’ He just wanted to see what type of person I was, and we just locked in from there. Every time I heard a Wayne project, I’m like fixing to go to the studio. Like that man turns you up like: ‘No, I got to go rap, bro. This man going crazy.’ That was my whole entire life just watching him snapping.”

The Chicago rapper also disclosed some of the advice that Weezy had gave to him about staying relevant long-time, as well as recalled Mack Maine telling him Mr. Carter needs two different assistants, due to his insane work ethic!

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Cam’ron Talks About Lil Wayne’s Work Ethic & Why He Was Not In The “Touch It Or Not” Music Video

Camron Talks About Lil Wayne Work Ethic & Why He Was Not In The Touch It Or Not Music Video

Earlier this month, Cam’ron sat down with N.O.R.E. aka Noreaga and DJ EFN for an interview on their “Drink Champs” podcast.

During their conversation, Cam was asked why was Lil Wayne not in the music video for their “Suck It Or Not” collaboration to which he ends up revealing Boosie Badazz and Webbie were originally featured on the song.

The Dipset rapper also praised Wayne and talked a little bit about Weezy‘s work ethic by saying he works fast and he will always send a verse back before the sun goes down. Check it out below!

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