We are halfway through 2014 and we’ve already been blessed with many great albums so far. But who shall deliver during the second half? Will Kanye drop a Yeezus 2? Is Jay Rock’s album ever coming out? More after the jump!
A new Lil Wayne song that uses the Migos/Kevin Gates flow…to poor effect. Drake tries to save it with some of his lightness but it’s so far gone that it might be a tragedy no matter the spin. Listen to the Young Money duo after the jump.
Lil Wayne drops off yet another weekly installment of his Weezy Wednesday series. In this week’s episode, Wayne speaks on the topic of side b*tches and previews a track of the same name. This one, like most records we’ve already heard off the upcoming Carter V, sounds pretty crazy.
Wayne is back with yet another cut from his upcoming Carter V LP tonight, giving us the Lee Major-produced “D’USSE.” Sounds like Weezy finally is rapping like he’s hungry again.
Rozay rolls out the visual for the Weezy-assisted “Thug Cry” off Mastermind. Directed by DRE Films.
As promised, Wayne delivers “Believe Me” the first single from his upcoming Carter V LP, which features Drake and is co-produced by Boi-1da and Vinylz. Believe the hype.
Carter V season has officially begun. For this week’s edition of Weezy Wednesdays, the YM team decides to spearhead the promo for Wayne’s eleventh studio LP by unveiling the artwork for the album’s first single, “Believe Me,” which features Drake and is co-produced by Boi-1da & Vinylz. Hit the jump to view the teaser for the track.
Lil Wayne not only gets out an episode of Weezy’s Wednesdays on time, but also shows us how he plans to spend the upcoming holiday. 4/20, not Easter.
The only thing Chris Brown has been loyal to these days has been the slammer, but that doesn’t stop the R&B singer from dropping a video for his buzzing single with Lil Wayne and *insert assorted guest here* (this version features Tyga). X coming soon.
Weezy F sits down with Elliot Wilson for the latest installment in his CRWN interview series. For the first 30-minute segment, Wayne speaks on Tha Carter V, Kanye West, Jay-Z, the “best rapper alive” title and more.
In June of last year, Lil’ Wayne stopped by the set of Jimmie Kimmel Live to promote I Am Not A Human Being II. During his interview he said, “I want to retire after Tha Carter V, which I hope would be my last album.” If you were hoping that he would change his mind you are in no such luck. Read More