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.
DJ Khaled Feat. Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Big Sean "How Many Times" Video
DJ Khaled Feat. Chris Brown, Lil Wayne & Big Sean
Just hours ago, DJ Khaled dropped off his latest single, a track called "How Many Times" that, like most Khaled singles, values star power over anything else. It features Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Big Sean, as does the new video, which just arrived moments ago.
DJ Khaled Talks "I Changed A Lot," Birdman & Lil Wayne Beef On The Breakfast Club
Just a minute ago, we shared DJ Khaled's new, star-studded single, "How Many Times," and now, here he is on The Breakfast Club talking about his upcoming project I Changed A Lot. Over the course of this lengthy interview, he also addresses Lil Wayne and Birdman's ongoing rift, Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill's engagement and the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight.
Lil Wayne Dodges Question About Young Thug Beef
While he's yet to use his name, Lil Wayne hasn't been shy about expressing his disapproval for Young Thug-- something we can assume is rooted in the rapper's choice to call his last mixtape Carter 6 (now Barter 6). However, when he was approached by TMZ outside of Avalon Hollywood last night, he had a smug, unrelated response for the reporter.
Lil Wayne "Selsun Blue" Video
Revisiting his Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape, Lil Wayne decides to come out of nowhere and release the official video for “Selsun Blue”, a remix to Troy Ave’s “All About The Money” hit.
Diddy, Mase & Lil Wayne Perform "Mo Money, Mo Problems" In Vegas
Diddy, Lil Wayne & Mase
Much of the hip-hop world gathered in Vegas to watch the historic fight between Floyd Mayweather & Manny Pacquiao, many stars curating their own events before and after the main event. Diddy's daytime pool party at the SLS Hotel & Casino was sure to be a highlight, and attendees were taken back to Bad Boy's golden era with a special performance of "Mo Money, Mo Problems."
Mannie Fresh Speaks On The "Original Cash Money Feel" Of Lil Wayne's "Carter V"
Months have gone by at this point with no sign of or info on Lil Wayne's long-awaited Carter V. With no release date in sight, we're forced to scrape together details about the project and pray for the best. We do know that Wayne worked with Mannie Fresh for the first time in about a decade on the project, and in a new interview, the veteran producer shares a few details on the project.
Lil Wayne & Papi Rap "HYFR" On ESPN
Over the past few months, ESPN's "Highly Questionable" program has hosted entertaining interviews with the likes of Action Bronson and Rich Homie Quan, both of which had a humorous tone while still answering some hard-hitting questions, like whether RHQ's boating story was actually true. Lil Wayne was on the show yesterday, and presumably sat in for an interview, but before we get to see that, here's a clip of him and co-host Papi rapping part of his and Drake's "HYFR" together.
Lil Wayne "HollyWeezy" Video
What better time to release your new music video than at 4:20 PM on April 20th? That's what Lil Wayne just did, sharing visuals for his Sorry 4 The Wait 2 cut "HollyWeezy." Check out the Eif Rivera-driected clip above.
Lil Wayne: "Ain't No Such Thing As 'Carter 6'"
It seems like every week in 2015, Lil Wayne's dropping another diss. Kicking off the year naysaying Birdman and Cash Money at nearly every opportunity he got, Wayne has since turned his attention to Young Thug, who released Barter 6 last week. Weezy's most recent instance of throwing Thugger under the bus came last night, when he spoke out against the ATLien's recent project:
DeJ Loaf "Me U & Hennessy" Video
The subject matter of most of Dej Loaf's songs belie her mild-mannered, soft-spoken persona. She may sound meek, but she's rapping and singing about catching bodies and turning down major label deals. "Me U & Hennessy," taken from last year's excellent Sell Sole tape, is the exception.
Word On The Street: Lil Wayne Vs. Young Thug ("Barter 6 Saga")
Today Young Thug's Barter 6 hit the web (a day early), and has just about everyone, fan and non-fan alike, clamoring to give it a listen. Is it good? Will it be better than Wayne's long-delayed Carter V? Can we even compare them? Do you like Young Thug? We hit the streets to see what the people are saying about Young Thug's Barter 6 and the people are saying some funny shit. We also got into the Wayne vs. Thugga debate, let us know where you stand on that front below.
Tech N9ne Breaks Down Collaborations With Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, T-Pain & More
Tech N9ne's been building his brand as an independent artist for years, but he still manages to expand his horizons with every new release. While he's always put his fellow underground rappers on, more recently, he's been reaching out to some bigger names to record with (or also quite often, they've reached out to him).We sat down with the rapper as he broke down some of the biggest collaborations he's been involved with, explaining how he got to work with rappers such as Wiz Khalifa, T-Pain, 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, and more.
Lil Wayne Says "Fuck Cash Money" During A Concert
It's old news at this point, but Lil Wayne's feud with Cash Money and Birdman continues. Last night, the New Orleans rapper addressed a crowd between songs, and after reminding them of his two upcoming projects, Free Weezy Album and Tha Carter V, he finished with "Fuck Cash Money!" He was met with a cheer from the audience, and at least one person echoed his words.
Lil Wayne "CoCo (Freestyle)" Video
Lil Wayne is getting some mileage out of his Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape. Yesterday, he unveiled a run of "release parties" for the project, which despite being two months old will still be celebrated like it just dropped at many-a-club over March and April.
Lil Wayne "CoCo (Remix)" [Teaser]
Lil Tunechi is getting ready to share a new video for his “CoCo” remix, and tonight we get a quick glimpse of whats to come. By the looks of things, the video will find Tunechi locked in what looks like a jail cell, while flashes of old footage and home videos appear on screen. Due out later this week, the video is in support of Tunechi’s latest project, Sorry 4 The Wait 2. Check out the quick teaser above, and keep your peeled for the official thing to arrive soon.
Young Money Cypher Feat. Lil Wayne, Lil Twist, Cory Gunz & More
Lil Wayne Feat. Lil Twist, Euro, Cory Gunz, Flow, Gudda Gudda & Hood
Amid the confusion surrounding The Free Weezy Album, we got word from Karen Civil that a Young Money cypher was on the way.
Lil Wayne Disses Birdman In Young Money Cypher
The best and the brightest of Young Money Entertainment recently took to an indoor skate park to film what appears to be a cypher of genuine freestyles (shoutout to Young Money president Mack Maine for the camerawork!!).
Lil Wayne Throws Mic At DJ; Walks Off Stage
Lil Wayne definitely aint performing “Go DJ” after this debacle. During Thursday night’s performance at Nova Southeastern University, Florida, Tunechi was performing on stage and was about to do his remix of “CoCo”, but was interrupted by the DJ’s inability to play the right version of the song (he accidentally threw on the OG version). The result? A furious Lil Wayne staring down his DJ and throwing the mic at him before storming off stage. And notice the speed he puts behind the toss as well. It's clear he was pissed.
Juvenile Talks Lil Wayne & Birdman Feud, "Mardi Gras 2," & Working With Mannie Fresh Again
Juvenile is taking a second chance with Cash Money, and he's arrived back at his old label at a strange time, as his former Hot Boy collaborator, and the label's star for most of its history, Lil Wayne, is trying to cut ties with Birdman.