Lil Wayne & Tony Hawk Star On Conan's "Clueless Gamer"
"Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5" was the latest focus of Conan O'Brien's "Clueless Gamer" series, and he brought out the game's namesake, Tony Hawk, as well as Lil Wayne, a well-known skateboarding enthusiast, to help tutor him on the new video game. Wayne, in fact, is a good friend of Hawk's, and he even has his own character in Pro Skater 5.
G-Eazy Talks On Collabing With Lil Wayne & Southside
G-Eazy was featured alongside Lil Wayne on DJ Carnage's big remix of "I Like Tuh," with original featured artist ILoveMakonnen. It was a great remix, and a great look for the Bay Area rapper who is on his way to certified stardom.
August Alsina Feat. Lil Wayne "Why I Do It" Video
August Alsina Feat. Lil Wayne
Rising R&B star August Alsina got his hometown hero, Lil Wayne, on "Why I Do It," the lead single off his upcoming sophomore album, This Thing Called Life. The two New Orleans natives have just dropped the video to their smooth collab, in which they take us for a ride through the day in the life of a successful but steady-grinding artist.
Juicy J Feat. August Alsina & Lil Wayne "Miss Mary Mac" Video
Juicy J Feat. August Alsina & Lil Wayne
Juicy J's new record, "Miss Mary Mac," isn't the first time we've heard a song about weed personified as a woman, but it doesn't make J's take any less effective. The early highlight from 100% Juice already has its own video, and its vibrant colors match the decidedly bright instrumental from Mike WiLL Made It, as well as Juicy and Wayne's colorful punchlines.
Lil Wayne Recreates Famous Sports Calls On ESPN
We all know that Lil Wayne is a frequent collaborator on ESPN, whether its First Take or Sportscenter, the YMCMB boss likes to be outspoken when it comes to his sports talk. Well on Tuesday afternoon, Tunechi made another appearance on Sportscenter, where he was asked to narrate momentous clips in sports history, and its pretty entertaining. From "Down Goes Frazier" to "Do You Believe In Miracles," Weezy tries his best to recreate the energy and feel of some of sports most iconic moments. Check out the brief clip above.
Lil Durk Previews "Like Me" Remix Ft. Lil Wayne & Fetty Wap
We may have considered Lil Durk's debut album, Remember My Name, a little bit of a letdown, but its single, the Jeremih-assisted "Like Me," was a definite bright spot. That's why we're very excited to hear about an upcoming all-star remix to the song.
Lil Wayne & Charlie Puth "Nothing But Trouble" Video
Lil Wayne & Charlie Puth
The Puth takeover is upon us. After Wiz Khalifa reclaimed the number one spot on the Hot 100 for the first time since "Black & Yellow," it comes as no surprise that the piano-man has shown on up on Wayne's new record. "Nothing But Trouble," is a complete 180 from "See You Again," which instead of pulling at heartstrings, instead dismissing Instagram models as more trouble than they're worth. The clip features women who literally turn out to be two-dimensional figures.
O.T. Genasis Feat. Lil Wayne "Do It" Video
O.T. Genasis Feat. Lil Wayne
O.T. Genasis has been looking for a single to hit as hard as his breakthrough record, "CoCo," and "Do It" seems to be his best chance yet. The record could not be further from the gritty street anthem he made his name on, with Genasis instead opting for a primarily sung vocal delivery, making for an R&B-tinged track.
Preview Pimp C & Lil Wayne’s Upcoming “3 Way Freak” Collab
Pimp C & Lil Wayne
Back in October of last year, news surfaced that Lil Wayne would be featured on Pimp C’s posthumous album Long Live The Pimp, alongside other notable rapper like Wiz Khalifa, ASAP Rocky, and more. While we’ve yet to hear anything off the album so far, it looks like we now know what the first single will be.
French Montana Feat. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne "Lose It " Video
French Montana Feat. Rick Ross & Lil Wayne
French Montana is still yet to release his sophomore album, Mac & Cheese, and after a couple ditched singles (including "Don't Panic), he's finally released the long-rumored "Gucci Mane," which is now titled "Lose It". As previously reported, the hook uses Gucci as a synonym for going crazy... as delivered by a slurring Rozay.
Watch The Full Birdman x Angie Martinez Interview
Yesterday we got the a good chunk of Angie Martinez's in-depth sit-down with the Cash Money boss, Birdman. Although it was supposed to be a "tell-all" not much was told, as Birdman spoke in circles/contradictions. Angie did her best to work around it, but, the interview left us as listeners wanting more/
Birdman Opens Up About Lil Wayne Conflict With Angie Martinez (Part 1)
Birdman and Lil Wayne have been having a very public legal battle over the last few months, and while Weezy has made a point of making statements about his issues with his father figure, Birdman has been silent. The Cash Money co-founder agreed to have a one-on-one with Power 105's Angie Martinez, speaking candidly of his recent issues with Wayne for the first time.
Angie Martinez Interviews Birdman For Power 105.1 (Preview)
Angie Martinez visited Birdman in Miami Beach for an in-depth interview about all the drama currently surrounding YMCMB. Angie spent 48 hours with Baby, and asked him all the tough questions. In the trailer for the interview, we see the veteran radio personality ask Birdman about Young Money, and the possibility of losing Drake and Nicki Minaj-- Birdman is adamant those two will stay with him. For now, catch the short clip above. The full interview is set to drop today at 4 PM. Check back with us then, definitely sounds like this will be an interview you do not want to miss.
Nicki Minaj Brings Out Lil Wayne For "The Pinkprint" Show In New York
Nicki Minaj Feat. Lil Wayne
On Sunday night, Nicki Minaj brought "The Pinkprint" tour to the Barclays Center. It proved to be an eventful night, as concert goers got to see Nicki's other half, Meek Mill, call out Drake live during the show for ghostwriting (once more), following Drake's diss record.
Lil Wayne Performs "Glory" At BET's Players Award
This past weekend in Las Vegas, BET held their first annual Players Awards, celebrating the best in sports this year which aired on television last night. For their first ever award show, BET invited Lil Wayne to take the stage to perform one of the standout cuts from his newly released Free Weezy Album. Rocking his fresh wife beater and big hat, Weezy went on to perform the album’s lead single “Glory”, which saw him spitting that hot fire for nearly 5 minutes straight.
Ray J Feat. Lil Wayne "Brown Sugar" Video
Ray J Feat. Lil Wayne
Back in May, Ray J got a big cosign from Lil Wayne on his latest single, "Brown Sugar," and today, the video arrives. Watch it above.
Ray J Feat. Lil Wayne "Brown Sugar" Video
Ray J Feat. Lil Wayne
The last time Ray J really broke through with a single was "I Hit It First," which, while being admittedly catchy, was more tied to the absurd concept than the song itself. The RnB singer is ready to do it right with "Brown Sugar," a hooky new number with a surprisingly great melodic turn from Wayne, who brings it back to his post-Carter 3 experiments with singing. Both Ray J and Wayne rock some unconventional headgear throughout the clip, but when you're surrounded by beautiful women and waterfalls, you can pull pretty much anything off.
Chedda Da Connect Talks "Flicka Da Wrist," Lil Wayne Co-Sign & Lil B Criticism
Chedda Da Connect
Chedda Da Connect's "Flicka Da Wrist" has been inescapable over the last few months, with the record soundtracking both Vine and the club, with plenty of big names getting involved in the phenomenon. We talked to Chedda about the "Wrist" sensation, and he gave us a pretty in-depth explanation of how it all took off. Later on, he let us know a couple of the people he most surprised to see take part in the trend, which included Justin Bieber and Lil Wayne (the latter someone Chedda has always had the utmost respect for).
Lil Wayne & Ja Rule Discuss Their Favorite Prison Snacks
Lil Wayne & Ja Rule
All the way back in 2007, after performing a show together in NYC, Lil Wayne and Ja Rule were both arrested on guns and drug charges. Wayne began his sentence almost two years later, serving eight months, while Ja didn't go away until June 2011, doing 23 months and getting out in May 2013. Both rappers spent time in Rikers Island in New York and, looking back, they were able to share a laugh about their mutual experiences-- well, about the food, at least.