Lil Wayne has announced that his upcoming Tha Carter V LP will be released on October 28th, and shows off the artwork, which keeps in the theme of childhood photos with face tattoos. In other news, check out clips below of Wayne taking the “Ice Bucket Challenge” to raise awareness about ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), [cont.]
Another video from Weezy’s forthcoming Tha Carter V. Directed by Colin Tilley. Get More: Lil Wayne, Krazy, Music, More Music Videos
Using the new Drake Vs. Lil Wayne smartphone App, fans can vote and decide who “wins”, with the winner getting to open each show in your respective hometown. Brought to you by Capcom. Drake says that “this is the first official tour with competition involved,” obviously forgetting about Jay and Kells’ Best Of Both Worlds. [cont.]
Lil Wayne adopts Young Thug’s flow for “Grindin’”. From Tha Carter V, due this year. Bonus, check out a preview of the “Krazy” video shoot below. Get More: MTV Shows
Check out the second trailer for the upcoming Drake VS Lil Wayne tour. Dates below. Aug. 8 – Darien Center, NY (Darien Lake Performing Arts Center) Aug. 9 – Noblesville, IN (Klipsch Music Center) Aug. 10 – Tinley Park, IL (First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre) Aug. 12 – Saratoga Springs, NY (Saratoga Performing Arts Center) Aug. [cont.]
Here’s a preview of what to expect from Drake and Lil Wayne’s upcoming Street Fighter II influenced tour. Drake Vs. Lil Wayne from OctobersVeryOwn on Vimeo.
On this episode of Weezy Wednesdays, Lil Wayne gives his thoughts on Battle Rapping, Joe Budden vs Hollow Da Don, and whether or not he’d ever get in the battle rapping arena.
Lil Wayne plays coy with MTV about the actual release date of Tha Carter V, which sounds like its leaning towards August 25th. He also says his mixtape, D.O.A. (Da Other Album), will release two months after the album’s release date.
After releasing a sneak peek yesterday for Weezy Wednesdays, Lil Wayne drops his highly anticipated track “Krazy” off the upcoming album #CarterV. Produced by Infamous.
Here’s a piece of Mike Will’s upcoming single, “Buy The World”, which features King Kendrick, Future Hendrix, and Weezy F. Baby. From the forthcoming album, Est. In 1989 (Pt. 3), due June 17th.
Modelled after the classic Street Fighter II artwork, video game giant Capcom will sponsor the upcoming Drake vs. Lil Wayne tour. Who knows if that will extend to character merchandise or add on DLC for Drake and Wayne modelled in the same fashion, but the 30 date tour kicks off September 27th.
Rapper Lil Wayne joins First Take’s Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless at the debate desk in South Beach to discuss game 3 of the NBA Finals, who he has winning the championship and more.
Mike Will Made It’s got a star-studded single about to drop, featuring each Future, Lil Wayne, and Sir Kendrick. Here’s a peek at the cover art.
French Montana posted the image to his Instagram account over the weekend, but then suddenly deleted it. In any case, we expect to hear the song’s release this week.
Produced by Lee Majors. From the upcoming album Tha Carter V.
Another visual from Rick Ross’ Mastermind LP.
First offering from Tha Carter V, produced by Boi-1da and Vinylz.
Here is the cover art to Wayne’s new Carter V single, featuring Drake. We expect audio to soon follow…
After a long time falling out former members of Ca$h Money Millionaires, Lil Wayne and Mannie Fresh have reunited, and will work together on Wayne’s upcoming LP, Tha Carter V. The two have not recorded together since 2004′s Tha Carter, but fellow producer, Charles Pettaway, also pictured, tweeted this photo of the three of them [cont.]
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