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Lil Wayne Denying Mother Of His Alleged Teenage Son It’s Weezy F., no baby these days according to Lil Wayne. The rapper and father to plenty, is denying child support to the mother of a teenager who has been claiming
The festival will also include appearances from Lil Wayne, Logic, SZA, MGMT and a DJ set from the Beastie Boys' Mike D. Continue reading…
Firefly Music Festival's 2018 lineup also includes Lil Wayne, Jimmy Eat World, ODESZA, Warren G, Lucy Dacus, Alex Lahey, and more. Continue reading…
Just how many times has Lil Wayne rapped “pussy” over the course of his career? We don’t know about you, but this is a question that has kept us up at night. Luckily, Ben’s Big Blog crunched the numbers in every which way so we can finally rest. According to Genius’ lyrical database, Lil Wayne […]
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Lil Wayne and Drake are capping off 2017 with the release of their song “Family Feud,” which will be featured on part two of Dedication 6. Wayne just debuted the Dedication 6 mixtape the other day and the second part, D6: Reloaded, will be released very soon. “Super Bowl goals / I’m at the crib [...]
Weezy and Drizzy delivered memorable bars on their 'Family Feud (Remix).' Continue reading…
Image via Erika Goldring/Getty Images Lil Wayne And Drake “Family Feud Freestyle” Drake has been relatively quiet after dropping More Life earlier this year, but he’s going out with a bang. Last night, Lil Wayne released a scathing new freestyle
Drake Supports Meek Mill In “Family Feud” Verse Drake has seriously softened up on Meek Mill over the course of 2017…and it seems even more so since the Philly rapper was given a harsh sentence for probation violation. Not only
Only days after releasing his Dedication 6 mixtape, Lil Wayne returns with Drake for a fire remix of JAY-Z’s “Family Feud,” which appeared on the rapper’s recent 4:44 album. Not one to shy away from controversy, Wayne maintains his incredible flow, while Drake squashes the beef with Meek Mill. Speaking candidly about the rapper’s recent […]
Earlier today Jay-Z released the music video for 4:44’s “Family Feud,” which turned out to be a century-spanning short film directed by Ava DuVernay that encompasses Shakespearean fratricide, the Founding Mothers of America and an act of contrition before God, i.e. Beyoncé. So clearly Drake and Lil Wayne must have ... More »
Family is more abstract here.
Jay-Z’s "Family Feud" is uniting all sorts of stars on this final Friday before the ball drops. The song’s newly released music video, directed by Ava DuVernay, brought together Rosario Dawson, Mindy Kaling, Constance Wu, Rashida Jones, Brie Larson, Susan Kelechi Watson, Janet Mock, and Niecy Nash to form a new world order -- and…
Lil Wayne and Drake jump on Jay-Z’s “Family Feud” instrumental for a new remix that will land on the just announced Dedication 6 Reloaded mixtape. During his opening verse, Drake touches on Wayne’s monetary battle with Birdman and references the disproportionate jail sentence his former nemesis Meek Mill is currently serving out. Show More Summary
In his verse, Drake seems to address Meek Mill’s recent prison sentence
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Lil Wayne's Dedication 6 has arrived. The DJ Drama-hosted mixtape is the sixth installment in a 12-year-old series, with guest spots from Young Money artists like Nicki Minaj and Gudda Gudda, and instrumentals from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, YFN Lucci, and Lil Uzi Vert. That is all I have to say. Have fun:
As promised, Lil Wayne and DJ Drama deliver the long-awaited 6th installment of the Dedication mixtape series. Guests include Nicki Minaj, Cory Gunz and Gudda Gudda among others. Stream and download below. Previously: Lil Wayne – Bank Account & Blackin Out The post Lil Wayne & DJ Drama – Dedication 6 (Mixtape) appeared first on Nah Right.
Lil Wayne’s Dedication 6 has arrived. The DJ Drama-hosted mixtape is the sixth installment in a 12-year-old series, with guest spots from Young Money artists like Nicki Minaj and Gudda Gudda, and instrumentals from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, YFN Lucci, and Lil Uzi Vert. That is all I have to say. Have fun: