Lil Wayne

Aug
22
Lil Wayne’s Daughter Reginae Carter Visits ‘106 & Park’

Keshia Chanté‎, Reginae Carter, and Bow Wow

Reginae Carter is stuntin’ like her daddy. After grabbing the mic at the BET Awards, the spunky 15-year-old daughter of Lil Wayne and Toya Wright stopped by BET’s “106 & Park” on Thursday to premiere her video for “Mind Goin’ Crazy.”

The author, singer, rapper, and businesswoman spoke about getting her driver’s permit and whether her dad is going to buy them twin Ferraris. But Reginae said she doesn’t want a Ferrari for her first car (She prefers a Range Rover Sport or a Jeep).

She will celebrate her 16th birthday in November, and is pulling out all the stops. “Reginae loves to go big,” she said. “I want to have the best sweet 16 ever. My sweet 16 is gonna be dope.”

The mogul-in-the-making is also getting ready to embark on the “Young and Ready” tour and is the new spokesperson for the Boys & Girls Club. In between building her empire, she is in the studio working on an EP for release later this year.

Watch Weezy’s daughter steal the spotlight.

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Aug
19
New Music: Lil Mama – ‘Krazy (Freestyle)’

Krazy

Following her freestyles to “We Dem Boyz,” “No Flex Zone,” and “0 to 100,” Lil Mama goes “Krazy” as part of her “Lyrical Purge” series. The pint-sized rapper gets in the booth and spits some insane rhymes over Lil Wayne’s Carter V single.

“I’m Hannibal Lecter, Anthony Hopkins / I’m shining like Jack Nicholson / I’m the best, I’m the one who flew over the cuckoo’s nest / I’m crazy,” she declares.

Listen to Mama pop off.

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Aug
14
Lil Wayne Freestyles Over ‘SportsCenter’ Theme Song

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In addition to revealing Tha Carter V release date and album cover on ESPN “SportsCenter,” Lil Wayne delivered a freestyle over the show’s iconic theme.

Wearing a pair of red Beats headphones, the sports fanatic spit some TV-friendly bars about his Jordans, his love for the Green Bay Packers and L.A. Lakers, and the recent controversy surrounding Drake and the Toronto Raptors.

“Let’s give Drake a hand for costing Toronto Raptors 25 grand,” said Weezy, who is currently on tour with his protégé.

Watch Tunechi get in the zone.

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Aug
14
Drake and Lil Wayne Bring Out 50 Cent on Tour

G-Unit

Young Money and G-Unit joined forces in Hartford, Conn. last night. After sharing the stage with Drake at OVO Fest, 50 Cent surprised the crowd during the latest stop on the “Drake Vs. Lil Wayne” tour at the XFINITY Theatre. 50 had the place rocking to “In Da Club,” while Weezy and Drizzy got super hype.

“Just popped out on Drake VS. Wayne Great show,” said 50.

Backstage, he was also joined by his fellow G-Unit members Young Buck and Kidd Kidd.

Weezy was chosen to open the show by fans using the Drake Vs. Lil Wayne app, but the Hartford audience gave Drake the victory, bringing the tour tally to 3-2 in Wayne’s favor.

Watch Curtis crash the stage.

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Aug
14
Lil Wayne Reveals ‘Tha Carter V’ Album Cover, Release Date

Tha Carter V

Carter season continues. Lil Wayne took to ESPN “SportsCenter” to reveal the cover art and release date for Tha Carter V.

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Aug
11
New Music: DJ Mustard f/ Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG, and Lil Boosie – ‘Face Down’

10 Summers

The freaks come out on “Face Down,” one of 12 tracks off DJ Mustard’s debut album 10 Summers, which is now available to download for free via Google Play. The West Coast hitmaker enlists an all-star lineup of Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG, and Boosie Badazz, who vividly describes his sexual fantasies.

“I like her ass tooted up and her face down,” proclaims Boosie over the booty-clapping beat.

Rattle the speakers—and the bed—with the bass-heavy banger.

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Aug
11
Video: Lil Wayne – ‘Krazy’

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Lil Wayne has lost his mind. The Young Money boss unleashes the wild video for his Carter V single “Krazy.” While wearing a strait-jacket, Weezy is dragged through an insane asylum in the Colin Tilley-directed clip, which was inspired by the 1975 film One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

“This is the first video from Carter V. It’s not about anyone being crazy, although I guess some people think the things I do are crazy,” said Wayne. “I thought the idea of being in a strait-jacket would work for this song, so that’s what we did.”

Tilley added, “We talked about putting Lil Wayne in a psych ward and I definitely took some inspiration from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, just as far as the look and feel for it. It’s more of the psychological trip that Lil Wayne’s going through in this place.”

The song is set to appear on Tha Carter V, due later this year. Just last week, he debuted his new single “Grindin” featuring Drake.

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