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  1. It’s only right that this week’s “Feature Friday” installment is the “Bend It Ova” single from 5th Ward Weebie featuring a verse by Lil Wayne. Last week, the New Orleans bounce icon sadly passed away in hospital from heart failure at just 42-years-old. “Yeah you fly, ya outfit cute; But I bet you look better in your birthday suit; So I’mma treat you like it’s ya birthday boo; Now let me take off my clothes like it’s my birthday too” You can listen to “Bend It Ova” below, which was released back in 2009. PREVIOUS: Feature Friday #195
  2. The 44th annual Beale Street Music Fest have announced their lineup for this year’s three-day festival from May 1st to May 3rd located in Tom Lee Park in Memphis, Tennessee. Lil Wayne will headline the concert while Three 6 Mafia, Young Dolph, The Lumineers, The Avett Brothers, Leon Bridges, Lindsey Buckingham, Brittany Howard, and plenty more are also set to perform live. If you wish to attend the 2020 Beale Street Music Festival in early May, click here to order your tickets online! Three-day passes start from $125.00 and VIP Experience passes begin from $699.00. Will you be going?
  3. According to court documents obtained by the Miami Herald, Lil Wayne has admitted to owning a gold-plated pistol that was found in his luggage on his private jet that got raided at Miami International Airport on December 23rd by federal agents. After numerous drugs including heroin, ecstasy, cocaine and marijuana, a gold-plated .45 caliber handgun along with bullets and $25,938 in cash was found, Weezy has told the FBI agents and ATF officers that the gun was given to him as a Father’s Day gift. Tunechi was never charged in the case and the feds allowed him to leave after their search, but if the case ever makes it to a large federal grand jury, then it could cause serious issues for him especially with the fact that Tune is a convicted felon from a weapons case over 10 years ago!
  4. The official music video for Lil Wayne‘s new song called “Playoff” featuring his Young Money artist Poppy Holden premiered during the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship on ESPN. Featuring background music from Corey Henry and The Treme Funktet, this new track was produced by Richie Louie. Wayne and Poppy H shot their scenes earlier this month in New Orleans, Louisiana. You can check out the official visual for “Playoff” after the jump below! Are you feeling the collaboration?
  5. Like he promised earlier this month, Lil Wayne attended the Green Bay Packers vs. Seattle Seahawks NFL game at Lambeau Field in Wisconsin yesterday (January 12th). Weezy made a video in his VIP box about how this is the second time that he has ever been to Lambeau Field and how he wishes they would play his “Uproar” song instead of T.I. and JAY-Z’s “Bring ‘Em Out“. You can check out a couple of videos after the jump below. Tunechi would have left the stadium happy as his team beat the Seahawks 28 by 23!
  6. Lil Wayne has took to social media to make a tribute post for 5th Ward Weebie, who sadly passed away on Thursday in hospital from heart failure at 42-years-old. “Still haven’t been able to find to words to express how I feel.. RIP to a true New Orleans legend @5thwardweebie” If you didn’t already know, Weezy collaborated with the New Orleans bounce icon on “Bend It Ova” back in 2009, as well as also brought him out during his “Lil Weezyana Fest” in 2015. You can check out Tunechi celebrating the life of Weebie with a picture of him wearing TRUKFIT after the jump below! R.I.P.
  7. Just over a week ago, Lil Wayne and his Young Money artist Poppy H shot a video for anw upcoming song with ESPN in their hometown New Orleans. More details have now surfaced online including a release date for the currently unreleased track and visual – Monday, January 13th from 7:58 ET/6:58 CT. The new collaboration will kick off ESPN‘s broadcast of the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship tomorrow evening! Will you be tuning in to watch?
  8. A bunch of Lil Wayne snippets surfaced online yesterday that are from the I Am Not A Human Being II and Tha Carter III album sessions. These include the songs that a lot of Wayne have been patiently waiting for, such as “Jungle“, “Kidnap Cupid” and “World On My Shoulders“. There is also features on the tracks from Kidd Kidd, Mack Maine, Brisco, Curren$y, and T-Streets. You can check out the previews below!
  9. For this week’s “Feature Friday” edition, I have picked a song from Gudda Gudda called “Young Money Hospital” featuring his Young Mula boss Lil Wayne. This track appears on Double G‘s Guddaville mixtape, which was released back in 2009. “Hollygrove gangsta, mixtape mangler; Wheels on the Coupe, lips bigger than Tapanga’s; Two middle fingers, you don’t wan’ my anger; Better call the rangers, but you gon’ need the angels” You can listen to “Young Money Hospital” below. PREVIOUS: Feature Friday #194
  10. Euro recently chopped it up with Vibe magazine about his latest album, Don’t Expect Nothing, and working with his mentor Lil Wayne. During their conversation, Euro revealed he has set up his own company with his own funding to release new music, but Young Money is still his “family”. The Providence rapper also explained why Tunechi is the only feature on his project with “Talk 2 Me Crazy“. You can read exactly what Euro said about Weezy and Young Mula below! The album went through so many delays. What happened and how did you work through all that mess? Man, it was a lot. It was mostly the clearances and just getting the situation right because with this music business you have to have your paperwork straight. You can’t just make a song and put it out there and think you’re going to make money off of it. There’s no way. But what happened these last few years was just trying figuring everything out. Everyone knows about Lil Wayne and Birdman situation. I had to take a step back and figure out my situation. [My brother and I] figured it out though. I got my own company, we figured out distribution, and all these clearances. I was doing this with no funding. I didn’t have a big label backing me. It took us a minute but we got our paper and our business straight and that’s the important thing. Young Money is still family. Whether or not it’s together or broken, that’s my team and my family. I have my own company but that’s the family for life. Period. Why just have Wayne as the sole feature on the album and what was it like working with him? I only had him on the album because I felt it was only right. With this being the first project I had to have my mentor on there. Somebody that walked me into this game and been with me every step of the way. I thought it would be a dope moment and working with him is always surreal. I’m just a kid from Providence who’s in the studio with Lil Wayne, it’s insane. I’m always trying to prove myself to him so that energy is always crazy every time we get in the lab. It’s dope.
  11. According to the Recording Industry Association Of America (RIAA), Yo Gotti‘s “Women Lie, Men Lie” single featuring Lil Wayne is now certified Gold. This means that the Bradd Young and Seneca Cayson-co-produced song has been purchased and streamed over 500,000 times since it was released at the end of 2009. Congratulations to everyone involved with “Women Lie, Men Lie“! Do you still play the collaboration?
  12. Lil Wayne has took to social media to show off what special present he received for Christmas from the American football team that he supports – Green Bay Packers. “I just want to say thank you from the bottom, the top, of my heart, everything. You already know that’s my team forever, and ever, and ever.” In a video, Weezy reveals the Packers “blessed” him by sending him a football that was signed by all of the players and coaches, as well as goes on to show off more signed merchandise he has been gifted from his favorite NFL team in the past, which includes helmets, a Lambeau Field sign, a bobblehead, and more. “Slime I got bobbleheads, I got bobbleheads signed slime.” You can check out Tunechi display everything in the clip after the jump below! Do you think the Cheesehead Tune will show up to the Lambeau Field with a yellow mink for the playoff game on January 12th? “Let’s go all the way to the Bowl. Come get to Miami – I will be waiting. Please, please, please, please… kick their ass! Go Pack Go!”
  13. A new Lil Wayne song surfaced online over the weekend called “Let’s Ride” featuring Sean Kingston. The track was recorded back in 2008 for Tunechi and Mick Boogie‘s mixtape titled Hello Brooklyn, which obviously never ended up being released. As “Let’s Ride” is the same beat as The Notorious B.I.G. and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s collaboration of the same name, the whole point of the Hello Brooklyn tape was for Weezy to rap over old New York rapper beats!
  14. Lil Wayne takes part in another conversation with American Eagle that was filmed at his private indoor TRUKSTOP skate park in Miami back in November, 2019. For this interview, Wayne plays a game of “Never Have I Ever” with the clothing brand, which is something he has never played before. During the game, Weezy discloses if he has ever sung in the shower, if he has ever had stitches, if he has ever sneaked into a party, if he has ever said “I love you” to someone and regretted it, if he has ever felt like an R&B singer, if he has ever lost an award that he cared about, if he has ever forgot words to songs while performing live, if he has ever watched a reality or true-crime show on TV, if he has ever been on two dates in 1 day, and if he has ever received the wrong advice. The Best Rapper Alive also revealed he learned how to slide into DMs while overseas, he came up with the song “How To Love” after serenading someone, his favorite surprise a fan moment was appearing at a bar mitzvah, he would really love to go to Nigeria and Egypt, and told the story of the very first time that he rode a motorcycle. You can check out Tunechi play “Never Have I Ever” below, enjoy!
  15. Yesterday, ESPN filmed a new commercial with Lil Wayne and we have some behind the scenes footage from what went down, courtesy of the fruit man Mario. With his Young Money artist Poppy H on stage next to him, Tunechi can be seen performing a brand new track live for the upcoming advert. You can watch Weezy perform the currently unreleased song below! Are you looking forward to hearing the full version?
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