Lil Wayne

Oct
6
New Music: Yo Gotti f/ Lil Wayne & Ludacris – ‘Errrbody (Remix)’

Errrbody (Remix)

No flex zone. Yo Gotti rounds up Lil Wayne and Ludacris for the remix to “Errrbody.” Weezy reminds us that he doesn’t have an Instagram account before Luda calls out his stuntin’ peers (“Everyday ya’ll suck, need a pat on the back till ya’ll burp”) and skirt-wearing rappers.

“I think this is a classic Lil Wayne verse,” the Memphis MC told Noisey, adding, “Luda’s one of the artists I respect that I’d never worked with on a record. Plus, he’s also one of the artists that I never heard a wack verse from.”

Gotti’s seventh album The Art of Hustle is due later this year.

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Oct
6
New Music: The Game f/ Lil Wayne & Chris Brown – ‘F**k Yo Feelings’

Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf

The Game makes no apologies on “F**k Yo Feelings,” his Blood Money collaboration with Lil Wayne and Chris Brown. The Compton spitter boasts about bagging “Nick Cannon’s h*s,” Breezy compares his p*nis to a chopper (“I load it, then cock it, and bust on yo face”), and Weezy lays down the Auto-Tuned hook.

Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf drops October 14 featuring Tyga, Bobby Shmurda, Ty Dolla $ign, T.I., 2 Chainz, and more.

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Sep
25
Lil Wayne Celebrates His Birthday with Christina Milian

Christina Milian and Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne’s birthday is not until until Saturday, but he got the party started on Wednesday night at Lure Nightclub in Hollywood. The Young Money chief, who will be 32, was joined by his rumored girlfriend Christina Milian at the birthday bash, which was hosted by MADE and D’USSÉ. According to clubgoers, the couple spent the evening dancing and flirting with each other.

Milian posted a photo of a cake in the shape of a skateboard and wished Tunechi. “Cake Fights Allllll Night.. Too much fun.. Happy Early Bday Boss :) @LilTunechi #CakeDay Part 2 Best Time Ever,” she said.

The guest list also included Young Money’s Mack Maine and Lil Twist, along with Jeezy, Matt Barnes, and “Love & Hip Hop” star Yung Berg.

On Monday, Milian was spotted at Wayne and Drake’s Hollywood Bowl show, which was also attended by Justin Bieber, Wiz Khalifa, John Mayer, and Christina Aguilera.

Weezy is gearing up for the October 28 release of his album Tha Carter V. In addition to Milian, he has collaborated with Drake, Nicki Minaj, Mannie Fresh, and Kendrick Lamar.

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Sep
25
Kendrick Lamar Collaborates with Lil Wayne for ‘Tha Carter V’

Lil Wayne and Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar is not only working on his new album, he’s also been in the studio with Lil Wayne.

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Sep
19
Video: Lil Wayne f/ Drake – ‘Grindin”

Lil Wayne and Drake

While they continue to battle it out on the road, Lil Wayne and Drake join forces in the video for “Grindin’,” the latest release off Weezy’s upcoming album Tha Carter V.

The DJ Scoob Doo-directed clip features footage of the YMCMB all-stars on and off stage during the “Drake Vs. Lil Wayne” tour.

Tha Carter V is scheduled for an October 28 release featuring the singles “Krazy” and the Drake-assisted “Believe Me.”

Their co-headlining tour stops at L.A.’s Hollywood Bowl on Monday before wrapping September 27 in Woodlands, Tex.

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Sep
12
YG Joins ‘Drake Vs. Lil Wayne’ Tour

YG

Drake and Lil Wayne have called on their hitta to join them on the road. YG will accompany the YMCMB rappers on the Western leg of the “Drake Vs. Lil Wayne” tour this month.

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Aug
26
Drake Gives VMA Acceptance Speech on Tour

Drake

Drake won Best Hip-Hop Video for “Hold On, We’re Going Home” at Sunday’s VMAs, but he wasn’t there to collect the award. So instead he gave his acceptance speech on Monday during the “Drake Vs. Lil Wayne” tour stop in Boston. Following an intro from Weezy, Drake thanked Common, who presented his award at the VMAs.

“First of all, I want to thank God,” he said. “I’d like to also thank my mother ’cause I love her very much. I’d also like to thank Lil Wayne because none of this would be possible without that man right there.”

He continued, “And I’d also like to say, I know this is a hip-hop award and I know a lot of you out there are frustrated, like this is not a hip-hop song. You’re right, I tricked you all. Rappers better luck next year. Thank you!”

Watch Drizzy’s hilarious speech below.

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