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Lil Wayne & Lil Baby Discuss When They First Heard Each Other’s Music, Influences, Work Ethic & More [Video]

Lil Wayne & Lil Baby Discuss When They First Heard Each Others Music, Influences, Work Ethic & More

In an interview with Rolling Stone for their Musicians On Musicians feature, Lil Wayne and Lil Baby chopped it up together over Zoom.

During their convo, Weezy and Baby discussed when they first heard each other’s music, how their hometowns shaped them, the first albums that made a big impact on them, how they approach songs, their influences outside of rap music, where they get their work ethic from, their looks, and much more.

Tunechi also confirmed that he has a new collaboration with Lil Baby on No Ceilings 3 mixtape (presumably on Side B). You can watch the two of them chat with Dewayne Gage and read their full interesting conversation after the jump below!

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Mannie Fresh Discusses Lil Wayne’s Genius, Talent & Career With Talib Kweli [Video]

Mannie Fresh Discusses Lil Wayne Genius, Talent & Career

In the latest episode of “People’s Party With Talib Kweli“, special guest Mannie Fresh made an appearance to chat with Kweli himself and co-host Jasmin Leigh.

During his conversation, Fresh spoke all about Lil Wayne‘s genius, talent, and career by revealing how Wayne is “super creative”, how he was always the first one to arrive to the studio and the last one to leave, and his competitive spirit.

Mannie also chatted to Talib and Jasmin about how Tunechi didn’t start cursing in his music until the “Fuck The World” song, what it was like working on Tha Carter album, wanting to still get their Tha Carter/Fresh Files joint project out, and much more. You can check out the interview below!

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2 Chainz & T.I. Talk About Their Relationship With Lil Wayne, His Work Ethic, “ColleGrove” & More [Video]

2 Chainz & TI Talk About Their Relationship With Lil Wayne, His Work Ethic, ColleGrove & More

A couple of months ago, 2 Chainz appeared on the “expediTIously” podcast to chop it up with T.I. about music, investments, T.R.U. record label, Atlanta, and more.

Just before the 30:00 mark, Tity Boi spoke on his relationship with Lil Wayne, how their ColleGrove joint album came together from Chainz wanting to give back to Tunechi after Tune gave him the “Duffle Bag Boy” hook which changed his life, and Weezy having a skate ramp in his studio.

Later on in their conversation (1:11:45) that you can check out below, 2 Chainz discussed Lil Wayne‘s work ethic. He also mentioned “Free Roscoe” at some point in this interview, which I find strange considering he is currently locked up behind bars for shooting at Wayne‘s tour bus!

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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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