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Roddy Ricch Reveals How The “Stunnaman” Collaboration With Lil Wayne & Birdman Came About

Roddy Ricch Reveals How The Stunnaman Collaboration With Lil Wayne & Birdman Came About

Roddy Ricch recently chopped it up with Zane Lowe for Apple Music’s “New Music Daily” series, which you can listen to in full below.

The Compton rapper revealed how his “Stunnaman” collaboration with Birdman and Lil Wayne came about, as well as how good it was to see Baby and Wayne together again.

“I was in Miami, I pulled up on Stunna, and I was just… upstairs. We just made it. I made it. He like: ‘little bruh, this is special. We’re going to have to do something with this.’ I’m like: ‘all right… cool. It ain’t nothing.’ So you feel me? He ends up making his call, doing what he had to do. Next thing I know, they tell me like: ‘man, Wayne.’ I’m like: ‘huh? Damn, Wayne and Birdman.’ I know a lot of people wonder why, but just growing up, you see them two together, that was just… it’s a no-brainer, to just be able to be in the room or even do music with them. So the fact that I could even be on a song with them, that was one of my little check offs.”

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P. Town Moe Recalls Lil Wayne First Rapping His “BM J.R.” Verse For Him & 5th Ward Weebie [Video]

P Town Moe Recalls Lil Wayne First Rapping His BM JR Verse For Him & 5th Ward Weebie

P. Town Moe recently sat down with Check Em Out TV for a one on one interview, which you can check out below.

Around the 12:00 mark of their conversation, Moe named his top 5 artists of all time from New Orleans and Lil Wayne was included in this list.

The NOLA rapper then discussed his and Tunechi‘s “Where I’m From” freestyle off The Prefix mixtape in 2004, how him and Tune first met in 1997, Wayne rapping his “BM J.R.” verse for him and 5th Ward Weebie in a cypher before the song was released, and much more!

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Lil Wayne Talks About The Recent Aaron Rodgers Reports, Getting Nervous For Shows & Planning To Film His Recording Process [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks About The Recent Aaron Rodgers Reports, Getting Nervous For Shows & Planning To Film His Recording Process

Similar to last year, Lil Wayne made a virtual appearance on the 2021 NFL Draft-A-Thon fundraiser, which is supporting pandemic recovery in the hardest hit communities, from his TRUKSTOP private facility last night in Florida.

During the live stream, Weezy shared his thoughts to hosts Kay Adams and Deion Sanders about the reports that Aaron Rodgers has said he did not want to return to the Green Bay Packers by revealing he is “a little torn right now”, but he totally understands it.

Tunechi also spoke on his upcoming first show since the COVID-19 pandemic tomorrow night in Miami, being nervous for the concert, his friends and doctors making him cut down his studio hours from 36 to 18 in a single day, and planning to film his recording process in the studio!

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Fousheé Reveals How “Gold Fronts” Came About & Her Favorite Lil Wayne Album

Foushee Reveals How Gold Fronts Came About & Her Favorite Lil Wayne Album

Fousheé recently chopped it up with DJ Semtex for an episode on his “Hip Hop Raised Me” podcast, which you can listen to below.

Around the 16:40 mark of their convo, Fousheé explained that her “Gold Fronts” collaboration with Lil Wayne came about after he first reached out to her online, as well as discussed witnessing his recording process in the studio (it involves skateboarding in the next room).

Later on in the conversation (19:10), the R&B songstress says Tha Carter III is her favorite album from Wayne and recalls driving around listening to it when it was first released!

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Chubbie Baby Recalls Working With Lil Wayne On “I Can’t Feel My Face”, Keri Hilson’s “Turnin Me On” & Ester Dean’s “Drop It Low” Remix [Video]

Chubbie Baby Recalls Working With Lil Wayne On I Cant Feel My Face, Keri Hilson Turnin Me On & Ester Dean Drop It Low Remix

Chubbie Baby recently chopped it up with DGB for an “Off The Porch” interview, which you can check out below.

During their conversation, Chubbie spoke on having production on the unreleased Lil Wayne and Juelz Santana collaboration album, I Can’t Feel My Face, including the “Bad Side” song. He also shared the story of how “Leanin’ Low” with himself, Wayne and Juelz came about.

The CEO of AweSomLife Entertainment then explained how he ended up getting a Tunechi feature on Keri Hilson‘s “Turnin’ Me On” single for producer Polow Da Don straight away. Chubbie mentioned that instead of receiving money from Polow, he instead asked for a job at Zone 4 and got it. While working at the Zone 4 record label, he was the reason behind Tune jumping on Ester Dean‘s “Drop It Low” remix!

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