During their conversation, Weezy revealed he had recorded at least 72 songs for Funeral, explained why he named the album what he did, and confirmed if he died tomorrow this would not be his last project.
Tunechi also discussed his recording process, Sinead O’Connor, hooks, the features on Funeral, female rappers, shared advice for young rappers, and much more. You can read everything what Tune had to say after the jump below!
Carrying on with her interview with VladTV, Toya Wright discusses first meeting Lil Wayne when he was an artist on Cash Money Records but before the Hot Boys group was formed, as well as mentioning that Weezy F Baby had proposed twice to her before she accepted.
Toya also spoke on how long her and Weezy were married, what it was like dating a popular rapper from their city, why they got divorced, and tells the stories of how crazy groupies used to spray paint and scratch her car, plus put stuff in her mailbox, which forced her to move out of school and town.
You can watch the conversation in the clip below. Click here to watch Toya Wright chat about Tunechi‘s relationship with Christina Milian and her relationship with Tune‘s other three baby mamas!
Earlier today, Lil Wayne chopped it up with to Alison Fensterstock from NOLA.com at the Macy’s store in Lakeside Shopping Center on 3301 Veterans Memorial Boulevard in Metarie, Louisiana.
They discussed where Tunechi bought his clothes from when he was a child, a TRUKFIT clothing line for women, what he will be wearing at GQ magazine’s 2013 Super Bowl party, why he will not be rocking a suit at the event, a Hot Boys reunion (says he is ready to go), Turk being released from jail, and more.
You can read a few excerpts from the rest of Alison‘s interview with Weezy F Baby below (which did not make the video) were they talked about the artwork for I Am Not A Human Being II that Kanye West designed, the album itself, watching skate videos, and listening to Too $hort all day.