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DJ Khaled & Jadakiss Chat Together About Lil Wayne’s Insane Work Ethic [Video]

DJ Khaled & Jadakiss Chat Together About Lil Wayne Insane Work Ethic

DJ Khaled and Jadakiss recently had a conversation on #BeApp, which you can check out below.

During their discussion, the two of them reflect on Lil Wayne‘s work ethic and how if they sent him a song, Weezy would always send his verse back before the night is over.

Also in their convo, Khaled recalls Tunechi recording 10 big features in front of him before then going on to record 2 more classics in “We Takin’ Over” and “Brown Paper Bag” (Kiss also mentions he begged to get on this one)!

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Kidd Kidd Reveals Him & Lil Wayne Have Over 500 Unreleased Songs Together

Kidd Kidd Reveals Him & Lil Wayne Have Over 500 Unreleased Songs Together

We have previously seen three different parts of this interview, and now here is another excerpt from Kidd Kidd‘s conversation with Maloney for Breaking Wreckords Radio.

In this part, the former Young Money artist talks about the Sqad Up tapes from the early 2000s, Lil Wayne‘s work ethic in the studio, having at least 500 unreleased songs with Wayne, and more.

You can check out the interview below where Kidd also reveals that all of his unreleased music with Tunechi is all stored on Tune‘s computer! I wonder if we will ever hear it?

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Fat Joe Recalls Embracing Lil Wayne When He Moved To Miami After Hurricane Katrina

Fat Joe Recalls Embracing Lil Wayne When He Moved To Miami After Hurricane Katrina

Earlier this year, Fat Joe phoned into The Morning Hustle radio show to chat about a variety of topics including the importance of relationships in the music industry.

Joey Crack recalled embracing Lil Wayne when he first moved to Miami after Hurricane Katrina, as well as learning so much about making music and work ethic from Wayne from being in the studio every night together.

You can check out everything Joe had to say about his “brother” Tunechi and more in a clip after the jump below!

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Drake Recalls Always Wanting To Be As Important As Lil Wayne & Confirms He Is Not Directly Signed To Young Money Any More [Video]

Drake Recalls Always Wanting To Be As Important As Lil Wayne, Discusses His Work Ethic & Confirms He Is Not Directly Signed To Young Money Any More

For a surprise on Christmas Day, RapRadar and TIDAL released a brand new 2-hour interview with Drake that took place at his amazing new home in Toronto, Canada.

At the start of their conversation, Drizzy revealed that his goal at first was to be as important as his “mentor” Lil Wayne and that he does not think anyone in music before or after will ever have the same work ethic as what Wayne has.

After talking about Tunechi‘s “most insane work ethic”, the 6 God then recalled witnessing Tune record 4 – 5 classics in one night and seeing Kobe Bryant walk in on the tour bus during his very first meeting with Weezy to get an early release of Tha Carter III on an iPod.

Later on in the interview, Drake mentioned Lil Wayne will always be one of his favorite music artists, how a lot of things changed when he went to jail in 2010, how Wayne doesn’t listen to no other artists when he is in album mode, and confirmed he is not signed to Young Money any more.

You can check out Drizzy Drake‘s full conversation with Elliott Wilson and B. Dot in the video below, which also includes him speaking on Kanye West, Pusha T, Meek Mill, Serena Williams, Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Tyler The Creator, The Weeknd, Nicki Minaj, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Young Thug, and much more!

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Tyga Discusses How Lil Wayne Made Him Into The Person He Is Today, Being Mad He Wasn’t On “Every Girl” & More [Video]

Tyga Discusses How Lil Wayne Made Him Into The Person He Is Today, Being Mad He Wasnt On Every Girl & More

Tyga recently sat down with Ebro Darden for a one on one interview with Beats 1 radio to promote his latest album, Legendary.

During their conversation, which you can watch after the jump below, Ty revealed it was Lil Wayne who helped him grow into the person that he is today from his influence, as well as his work ethic.

“Wayne, he kinda like, he helped me grow into this person and really just inspired me and mentored me through the years. He signed me when I was 17. I was over there when he was doing Carter III so, that whole process, I had somebody to look [up] to as far as like, this is how I should do it. I should be in the studio every day. This person’s doing it. I should be doing shows… you know what I’m saying? I had guidance in a way. Just putting him on the beginning of the album is legendary. After all the drama, all the shit that he’s been through, label stuff, me, and still come out on top…”

T-Raww also mentioned that he put his Tune feature at the beginning of his Legendary album, because he is the actual legend. The former Young Money artist even explained how “Bed Rock” came together after first having hooks from Ne-Yo and Omarion, why you always have to be ready with verses when in the studio with Weezy, and being mad that he wasn’t on “Every Girl“!

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