Polo G and Lil Wayne work in tandem on the new track “Gang Gang” which also comes with an accompanying visual as well.
The video is directed by Roscoe and the track is tentatively scheduled to appear on Polo G’s upcoming album Hall of Fame with a released date not yet confirmed. Check out the video above.
2 Chainz reunites with his ColleGrove cohort Lil Wayne for his latest single “Money Maker.” The track pays homage to the iconic bands of the HBCU and even samples Southern University’s marching band Human Jukebox.
As 2 Chainz preps his upcoming solo album as well as ColleGrove2 with Lil Wayne, little is known as to where this track could end up.
Stream “Money Maker” below.
Lil Wayne nabs Young Money rappers Gudda Gudda and Jay Jones for the track “Thug Life” along with the accompanying visual.
The video shows Lil Wayne with his Young Money affiliates at his skatepark, which has been the backdrop for quite a few of the New Orleans rapper’s videos. Wayne seems to have found his second wind after dropping his 13th studio album with Funeral. Hopefully there’s more music coming from the hip hop veteran.
Up and coming rapper Jack Harlow has just released his official music video for his ‘What’s Poppin’ remix. The song and video features Lil Wayne, DaBaby and Tory Lanez. In addition to the star-studded cast, the Louisville rapper also showcases a new verse for the song.
Check out the video below.
Lil Wayne honors the late great Kobe Bryant at the 2020 BET Awards with a chilling performance of his song ‘Kobe Bryant.’ The track was originally released back in 2009 in which Weezy showcased his admiration for his favorite NBA player. The New Orleans rapper even updated part of his lyrics to show respect to Kobe’s family as well as the BLM movement.
Riding off the success of his hit ‘What’s Poppin,’ Jack Harlow drops off the official visualizer for the remix.
The Louisville rapper enlisted a star-studded lineup for the assist, featuring DaBaby, Tory Lanez and Lil Wayne. The official visualizer features each artist rapping with select words from their rhymes appearing around them in a creative animated presentation which was created by Francis Thomasovich.
Lil Wayne releases the official video for his single “I Don’t Sleep.” The video is done in an animation style, most likely due to COVID-19, but overall makes for a creative choice.
The New Orleans rapper enlisted Migos’ Takeoff as well which shows Weezy skating through different situations as he boasts about blowing a million dollars in a week. Check it out above.
Lil Wayne hits us with a music/skate video for his singles ‘Piano Trap’ and ‘Not Me’ off his studio album Funeral.
‘Piano Trap’ is New Orleans bounce at its best with horns that take you back to the early Cash Money Records days and is produced by the legendary Mannie Fresh. The video switches to the single ‘Not Me’ and shows the New Orleans rapper putting on a skateboarding clinic as he is seen hitting a number of tricks.
Lil Baby continues his string of hits by dropping ‘Forever’ off his sophomore solo project My Turn. The Atlanta rapper gets the assist from New Orleans legend Lil Wayne to take things up a notch.
Lil Wayne’s ‘Funeral’ has received no. 1 honors and holds the position as his 12th top 10 effort. In retrospect, Wayne first hit the Billboard 200 over two decades ago, on the list dated Nov. 20, 1999, when his first studio album Tha Block Is Hot debuted and peaked at No. 3.
To date, ‘Funeral’ has scanned over 139,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending Feb. 6, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. The album was released on Jan. 31 via Lil Wayne’s imprint Young Money through Republic Records.