Stream T-Pain & Lil Wayne’s long-awaited joint mixtape T-Pain teased the project art yesterday and he is back to share the T-Wayne mixtape with Lil Wayne. The anticipated have been sitting on T-Pain’s hard drive for years and he says it’s time to let it rip. Lil Wayne seems to be holding up well lately with . . .
Celebrate life, success, and blessings with DJ Khaled in the “I’m the One” music video DJ Khaled has done it once again. He is back to take over the summer as he aligns the stars to drop his latest track, “I’m the One.” Along for the ride are Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, and Lil Wayne. . . .
We got the early tease and look at David Guetta‘s “Light My body Up” single on his Instagram and Twitter profile. He makes good on his post and drops the Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne featuring tune for the world. I’m expecting to hear this Hip-Hop/EDM track heavily as we roll right into Spring and Summer . . .
Khalid‘s American Teen album debuted in the top 10 on the Billboard charts, and he ups the ante once more with a “Location” remix that features contributions from Lil Wayne and Kehlani. The talented Texan keeps his contributions the same, allowing the two superstars to add in their own interpretations of the track’s theme. Stream . . .
Football-related topics might be tough to broach for a number in the wake of last night’s game, but Wale‘s still back with his “Running Back” video. The lighthearted, money centric song features a guest appearance from Lil Wayne, is now accompanying visuals of both emcees and a few gorgeous companions. Watch the video for “Running . . .
Wale previewed “Running Back” last August, so it’s good to hear the final product of the song, which features Lil Wayne and was recorded at the Record Plant studio in Los Angeles. This joint will appear on Wale’s SHINE album, which is scheduled to drop later this year. Stream “Running Back” below, and look for . . .
Lloyd‘s Tru EP is set to drop soon, but before that we get a new single titled “Holding.” The guitar-strumming R&B cut features Lil Wayne and a heavy dose of heartfelt sentiment. Listen below and pre-order the project on iTunes.
Despite his suspect questionable political statements as of late, Lil Wayne guest verses are still good for the culture. He added an autotune-assisted verse to Kiiara‘s “Gold.” You’ve probably heard the Felix Snow-produced effort somewhere, whether you recognize the song title or not. Listen to Lil Wayne’s “Gold” remix below.
Whereisalex has a ton of amazing original compositions under his belt, but he gets back to the art of the remix with his latest project release, Black Radio. The seven-track effort is reimagines iconic tracks such as Lil Wayne‘s “Go DJ,” Biggie‘s “10 Crack Commandments,” and Beyoncé‘s “Irreplaceable.” Stream Black Radio below.
With his Trap Or Die 3 LP on the way, Jeezy gets a feature from fellow veteran Lil Wayne for a new joint called “Bout That.” The album will be in stores and online this Friday. Stream “Bout That” below, and get it for free when you pre-order Trap Or Die 3 on iTunes.
Gucci Mane is set to release his Woptober album on October 17th, so prepare to see his name around the web quite regularly as the album is promoted. We have some new music that won’t appear on the album, just something to enjoy as the next album single is prepared for us. “Oh Lord” see’s Gucci . . .
“I got the right to get buck, but I try not to let it build up.” Solange Knowles is dropping her first album in four years, tonight. Before the official release, she saw fit to drop a gorgeous single called “Mad” that features a guest verse from Lil Wayne. A Seat At The Table includes . . .
Lil Wayne featured as the guest on Skip Baylees and Shannon Sharpe’s “Undisputed” show on Fox 1 earlier today. The conversation flowed smoothly, as topics such as Lebron James, Green Bay Packers and more were brought up. The interview also got personal as Wayne opened up about retiring and never wanting a working relationship with . . .
The release of “Grateful” might come as a surprise to many. Earlier this week, Lil Wayne shocked the rap world as he indicated to fans via Twitter that he was going to retire. Following the statement, Young Money president Mack Maine denied the assumption that Wayne was going to retire, and Wayne himself then assured . . .
You may have seen Lege Kale featured on Artistic Manifesto in the past. The Columbus, Ohio-based producer has a knack for lush melodies and innovative percussion patterns that quickly captured our attention. Lege is on a new wave these days, as he’s teamed up with his younger brother Ordnry Yngstr to form a group known as Lost . . .