Lil Wayne Videos

  • Lil Wayne Teases Freestyle Over iLoveMakonnen's "Tuesday"
    Lil Wayne Teases Freestyle Over iLoveMakonnen's "Tuesday"
    Last month, we got the fantastic news that Lil Wayne might be working on a Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape before finally giving us Tha Carter V, and now we've received another clue about the potential tape. In a video in which he shows off a "Thrasher" ad he's featured in, Weezy lets us hear a few seconds of a freestyle he recorded over iLoveMakonnen's "Club Going Up On A Tuesday," or as it was simply titled for the Drake remix, "Tuesday."
  • Nicki Minaj Feat. Drake, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown "Only" Video
    Nicki Minaj Feat. Drake, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown "Only" Video
    After the apprently Nazi-inspired lyric video generated more controversy than it did props, Nicki Minaj's "Only" returns to our front page today with the official visuals.
  • Lil Wayne Speaks Briefly On Cash Money Situation
    Lil Wayne Speaks Briefly On Cash Money Situation
    Last night, media outlet VICE celebrated its 20th birthday with a Brooklyn concert that featured a lineup that can only be described as "bonkers." After seeing a concert filled with covers and guest appearances, we got the main event: a headlining set from Lil Wayne.
  • Word On The Street: Meek Mill Freed, Lil Wayne "Imprisoned" By Cash Money
    Word On The Street: Meek Mill Freed, Lil Wayne "Imprisoned" By Cash Money
    This week went from "Free Meek Mill" to "Free Carter V" real quick. After spending several months behind bars for a parole violation, Meek Mill was freed earlier this week, much to the delight of his fans.
  • DJ Mustard Feat. Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG & Lil Boosie "Face Down" (Official Lyric Video)
    DJ Mustard Feat. Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG & Lil Boosie "Face Down" (Official Lyric Video)
    We're now a few months removed from DJ Mustard's debut album, 10 Summers, which he initially gave to fans for free via Google Play. One of the definite stand-out records was the big collaboration with Lil Wayne, Big Sean, YG and Lil Boosie for "Face Down."  Mustard has already dropped music video for his Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz-featured "Down On Me" and "Ghetto Tales" with Jay 305 & Tee Cee, but for "Face Down" he goes the lyric video route, which we are premiering today.
  • Juicy J Brings Out Lil Wayne In L.A.
    Juicy J Brings Out Lil Wayne In L.A.
    Juicy J was in California this week performing for Red Bull Sound Select's "30 Days In L.A." series, and he decided to bring out a very special guest for the occasion. During a rendition of his hit, "Bands A Make Her Dance", Lil Wayne took the stage to add his highly quotable verse.Of course, Wayne couldn't simply walk off stage at that point, so he broke out his Carter V single, "Believe Me", followed by an energetic take on his 16 from Chris Brown's "Loyal".
  • Kendrick Lamar Talks "i," Pharrell & Possible Collabo With Lil Wayne
    Kendrick Lamar Talks "i," Pharrell & Possible Collabo With Lil Wayne
    Kendrick Lamar's interview spree isn't over just yet. Back in the West Coast after doing a run of interview in the East Coast, the rapper sat down with Power 106 to discuss "i" once more (if you haven't heard enough on that subject yet), as well as the power his lyrics hold, and doing something different (with the single "i"). He discusses getting Pharrell's co-sign for the record, and being unsure of the public's reception to it.
  • Nicki Minaj Feat. Drake, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown "Only" Lyric Video
    Nicki Minaj Feat. Drake, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown "Only" Lyric Video
    Nicki Minaj got people talking when she released "Only", her new Dr. Luke-produced single last week, and she'll have people talking once again whn they get a look at the lyric video for the track. While the concept of the song was pretty straight to the point, the "Only" artwork certainly left a few questions unanswered (namely why was Drake dressed in a pope getup?). Unfortunately, the video only raises more questions, such as -- is anyone getting a Nazi vibe from this? Let the thinkpieces begin.
  • Lil Wayne Delivers P.S.A. About The Delay Of "Carter V"
    Lil Wayne Delivers P.S.A. About The Delay Of "Carter V"
    Earlier this week, we found that Lil Wayne’s Carter V was getting pushed back, so to keep his fans happy, Weezy decided to come through tonight and not only release a new Lox-featured song titled “Gotti”, but he also made this Public Service Announcement about the album's delay.
  • Lil Wayne & Drake Share A Blunt Onstage On Weezy Wednesdays
    Lil Wayne & Drake Share A Blunt Onstage On Weezy Wednesdays
    This week's edition of Weezy Wednesdays arrives a day late, but you'll have to forgive Tune for this one, as the activities depicted this time around no doubt left him a little blunted. In this installment, the Young Money Millionaire and his tourmate Drake enjoy a blunt onstage while performing "Hold On, We're Going Home."
  • Drake Brings Out Wiz Khalifa For "We Dem Boyz" In L.A.
    Drake Brings Out Wiz Khalifa For "We Dem Boyz" In L.A.
    Last night, Drake and Lil Wayne shut down the Hollywood Bowl for the L.A. stop on their ongoing "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" tour (unfortunately, due to some LAPD meddling, YG wasn't able to perform, but fortunately, recent OVO Sound signee iLoveMakonnen was there to fill in). Attendees got a special treat when Drizzy brought out Wiz Khalifa to perform his summer smash "We Dem Boyz."
  • Lil Wayne Feat. Drake "Grindin'" Video
    Lil Wayne Feat. Drake "Grindin'" Video
    Lil Wayne and Drake are knee deep in their "Vs." tour, and their new video for "Grindin'" (the song which they dropped on the first date of the stint) certainly reflects that. The clip is made up of live footage from performances and backstage antics, giving us a good look a look at what tour life is all about. The release date for Wayne's Carter V is steadily approaching, with the project set to drop on October 28th. It will be followed by Nicki Minaj's Pinkprint just under a month later on November 24th.
  • Lil Wayne's Weezy Wednesdays "Grindin" Preview
    Lil Wayne's Weezy Wednesdays "Grindin" Preview
    After missing a few weeks of his weekly series, Lil Wayne kind-of returns today with the latest episode of "Weezy Wednesdays." Featuring a not-really preview of Wayne's "Grindin'" music video with Drake, the episode lacks any actual visuals from the video, instead relying on typography and an instrumental to generate some hype for the official video due out September 19th (that's tomorrow, by the way). Check out the video above, or don't, you won't really be missing anything.
  • Bizzy Crook "Grindin" (Freestyle) Video
    Bizzy Crook "Grindin" (Freestyle) Video
    A week before he dropped his new No Hard Feelings tape, Bizzy Crook gave his fans a little bonus track in the form of a freestyle over Lil Wayne and Drake's "Grindin." Today, we've been given the chance to premiere the visuals for the track.
  • Drake And Lil Wayne Party At Drake's House
    Drake And Lil Wayne Party At Drake's House
    Over the course of the ongoing "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" tour, we've gotten the chance to see the YMCMB duo party up onstage on several occasions, but their offstage partying has, until this point, been less camera accessible. Now footage has surfaced of Weezy and Drizzy partying at Drake's Yolo Estate (yes, he actually has a sign that says "Yolo Estate" outside of his house) in the Toronto area, and you can watch it above. In it, we see Drake and Wayne popping bottles, blazing up and goofing around on the basketball court. At one point, Drizzy sinks a shot from almost half-court.
  • Drake & Lil Wayne Perform Meek Mill's "Dreams And Nightmares Intro"
    Drake & Lil Wayne Perform Meek Mill's "Dreams And Nightmares Intro"
    Drake & Lil Wayne took the stage in Philly last night (August 21) as a part of their acclaimed Drake vs. Lil Wayne tour. During the show, the duo surprised the crowd with a dedication to incarcerated MMG rapper Meek Mill. Performing the intro to Mill's "Dreams & Nightmares" album (which Drake called one of "the best rap moments of our generation" on Twitter back in April), the emcees moved the crowd to their feet for their hometown representer.
  • Lil Wayne Freestyles On ESPN's SportsCenter
    Lil Wayne Freestyles On ESPN's SportsCenter
    ESPN got lucky when Lil Wayne came to visit, with the rapper not only announcing the release date for his highly anticipated album Tha Carter V, but revealing the official artwork, plus spitting a quick freestyle for SportsCenter over their theme song. Take a look at the album artwork here, which features a young Lil Wayne alongside his mama, who also happens to get a shout out in his freestyle above.
  • Lil Wayne Takes Ice Bucket Challenge In Weezy Wednesdays
    Lil Wayne Takes Ice Bucket Challenge In Weezy Wednesdays
    After taking last week off, Lil Wayne returns today in typical late fashion form with the newest episode of “Weezy Wednesdays”. This week’s short clip finds Weezy participating in a viral internet sensation going on right now called the Ice Bucket challenge, where people pour ice cold water on themselves and donate to an ALS charity in effort to fight the disease. Watch Weezy take the challenge above, and check back next week for another episode of Weezy Wednesdays.
  • Lil Wayne & Drake Bring Out 50 Cent In Connecticut
    Lil Wayne & Drake Bring Out 50 Cent In Connecticut
    A couple days ago, 50 Cent and G-Unit were one of the surprise guests at Drake’s annual OVO Fest in Toronto, Canada. Playing a similar role, Drake and Lil Wayne decided to bring 50 Cent back out again tonight in Hartford, Connecticut for their tour stop and perform his old school hit “In Da Club”.
  • Lil Wayne "Krazy" Video
    Lil Wayne "Krazy" Video
    As we saw in behind-the-scenes videos leading up to the official music video, Lil Wayne is locked inside a pysch ward for the "Krazy" visuals, with inspiration for the video coming from "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest." Weezy previously said the concept of the song isn't actually about being crazy, but being himself, which people tend to view as crazy.
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