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  1. On July 12th, Lil Wayne made an appearance on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” television show to promote his Young Money APAA Sports client Regis Prograis’ boxing match against Juan Jose Velasco, which he won on Saturday night in New Orleans. As well as discussing the fight, Weezy also chatted to Stan Verrett about golf, revealed why he is excited that LeBron James has signed to the Los Angeles Lakers, confirmed he will be court-side at the upcoming Lakers games, and more. You can watch a clip of Tunechi‘s interview on “SportsCenter” after the jump below!
  2. At the end of last week, Lil Wayne had an overnight skateboarding session in North Hollywood, California. Joining Tunechi at his skate sesh was Spanish Mike, YoYo, Jake Darwen, Tommy Fynn, and JC. You can check out some footage and more photos of them all skating after the jump below!
  3. Taking to his Instagram account, Juelz Santana uploaded a photo of the fake Tha Carter V billboard, which is 100% photoshopped, with a caption teasing Lil Wayne‘s upcoming album. With two words us Wayne fans are certainly familiar with, Juelz wrote: “Soon Come #Carter5 @LilTunechi”. Do you think this could mean that Santana will be featured on C5? In other news, Chris Brown also took to his Instagram page to call Tunechi “THE FUCKING [GOAT]” with a clip showing Tune‘s rhyming skills on his “Bloody Mary” song that features Juelz Santana. You can check out both posts from the two music artists below! My only concern is why does it take a viral video showing how Weezy rhymed “suicide” in a verse to make everyone on social media jump on the bandwagon? Did no one actually listen to the verse when the song came out at the start of this year?
  4. DJ Clue has released his new single called “Fuck A Real Nigga” featuring Lil Wayne, Plies, Chinx, and Chris Echols. There are currently no details as of right now on which project this Sorry Jaynari and Clue-co-produced song was recorded for, but I’ll keep you updated when there is. You can stream “Fuck A Real Nigga” after the jump below! What are your thoughts on the collaboration?
  5. To try out the new Stories question feature on Instagram, Shanell has been answering questions from fans including questions about Lil Wayne and Young Money. During her Q&A session, the YM Princess revealed that she has “so many” unreleased collaborations with Wayne just sitting on her computer right now, as well as explained how she has been affected by the beef between Young Mula and Cash Money Records. You can check out exactly what Shanell had to say after the jump below! Would you like to hear some new collabos from SnL and Weezy?
  6. Here is the official music video for Jay Jones‘ “Go Crazy” single featuring his Young Money boss Lil Wayne. Weezy appears in this Trazi Lashawn-directed visual, which was shot in his hometown Hollygrove, New Orleans, as a goat with a grill. “Lil Wayne was not harmed in the making of this film” You can find this 808 Mafia-produced collaboration on Jay‘s 2000 Hollygrove project, available to stream online now. Hit the jump to check out the hilarious video!
  7. Earlier this month, we got word that Lil Wayne played Tha Carter V for Harvey Soto (who said it “sounds crazy“), and now it looks like Wayne has played his forthcoming album for another professional skateboarder. Shane O’Neill took to social media to write “C5 is coming out soon. For real” along with a goat emoji and the picture above of Weezy doing a BS Wallride skate trick in Los Angeles that was captured on camera by Jake Darwen. In related news, an “unnamed source” confirmed to DJ Booth last month that Tunechi‘s Tha Carter V project is “tentatively slated for release later this year”. When do you think Tune will be dropping C5? “In a text message to DJBooth, producer and longtime Wayne collaborator Infamous has confirmed that the CV wheels are once again spinning. The album is tentatively slated for release later this year, according to a second unnamed source.
  8. It’s that time of the week again! This week’s “Feature Friday” is a track from Tyga titled “I Am” featuring a verse from Lil Wayne. This Clayton Haraba-produced song appears as a bonus on the former Young Money artist‘s No Introduction album that was released back in 2008. “But I am what I am, a black male that they can never blackmail; Crack sale, hand-held triple beam scale; I am the best rapper alive and I hope the next rapper better than I, now what are you?” You can listen to “I Am” below. PREVIOUS: Feature Friday #138
  9. YFN Lucci recently sat down with REVOLT TV to appear on their “On Clout 9” series, which is where music artists rank certain topics on a scale of 1 to 9. During their conversation, YFN was asked to rank Lil Wayne‘s Da Drought 3 and No Ceilings mixtapes to which he gave them both a high ranking of 9. He also called DD3 “one of his favorites” and revealed his favorite songs from both projects are “Ride For My Niggas (Sky Is The Limit)” and “Run This Town“. You can check out Lucci‘s interview with REVOLT after the jump below. If you didn’t already know, he is currently dating Wayne‘s daughter Reginae Carter!
  10. We first heard a snippet last year, and now we can hear the full version of Lil Wayne‘s “Third Strike” song. There is currently no word on what project this solo Weezy song was recorded for, but hopefully we will soon find out. You can listen to “Third Strike” after the jump below, courtesy of the bro Zimmie! What are your thoughts on it?
  11. After “Successful“, “HYFR“, “The Motto“, and “Forever” all received new certifications on June 29th, another Drake and Lil Wayne collaboration also earned a new certification from the Recording Industry Association of America on this date. The RIAA have confirmed Drizzy‘s “Miss Me” single featuring Wayne, which appears on Thank Me Later, has been certified Platinum aka been purchased and streamed over 1,000,000 times since first being released on June 1st, 2010. Click here to read the lyrics for the Boi-1da and Noah “40” Shebib-co-produced song and hit the jump to check out the official music video. Congratulations to everyone involved! with “Miss Me”
  12. Exactly 1 month ago today (June 10th), Lil Wayne performed live at Hot 97’s 25th annual Summer Jam music festival in East Rutherford, New Jersey at the MetLife Stadium. We’ve previously seen footage of Tunechi headlining the concert by performing his hits live, and now we can see some dope photos from the show. You can check out a few more pics of Weezy performing at this year’s Summer Jam after the jump below, courtesy of Jiggy Chris! Photo credit: Jiggy Chris.
  13. According to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), Drake‘s “Successful” single featuring Lil Wayne and Trey Songz went Platinum on June 29th. This means that the Noah “40” Shebib-produced collaboration, which appears on Drizzy‘s So Far Gone EP, has been streamed and bought over 1,000,000 times since it was first released on September 15th, 2009. Congratulations to Drizzy, Weezy, Trey, and 40 on this amazing achievement!
  14. I previously posted up footage on Friday of Lil Wayne skateboarding at the Diamond Supply Co. indoor skate park in Los Angeles, California on the 3-year anniversary of his Free Weezy Album. Below, you can see some more new footage from the skating sesh that has surfaced online, courtesy of Spanish Mike, and it shows Harvey Soto skating with Weezy while “HollyWeezy” plays in the background. On his social media pages, Harvey revealed getting to know Tunechi was a personal “highlight” for him and also said Tune invited him to his studio to listen to Tha Carter V, which he mentioned “sounds crazy”! “I’m heading back home from the best trip I’ve had to LA. Getting to know Lil Wayne was definitely a highlight from the trip. Even though I only slept for an hour last night, I was able to go to the studio with him. I’ll just say that Carter V sounds crazy. #ohheywhatsupman”
  15. Drake‘s “Hell Ya Fuckin’ Right” aka “HYFR” collaboration with Lil Wayne has gone double Platinum, which means it has been streamed and purchased over 2,000,000 times since it was first released on November 15th, 2011. According to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the Take Care single that was produced by T-Minus reached 2x Platinum status on June 29th along with “The Motto” and “Forever“. Congratulations to these two Young Money artists on this awesome accomplishment. Click here to read the lyrics for “HYFR” and hit the jump to check out the official music video!