DJ Carnage’s single “I Like Tuh” that originally featured ILoveMakonnen gets the remix treatment today as he adds Lil Wayne and G-Eazy to the mixture. Listen to the updated version down below.
As the legal battle continues between Lil Wayne and Birdman, news comes out now that Birdman is now suing Jay Z and Tidal for streaming Wayne’s Free Weezy Album exclusively on the service. TMZ is reporting that newly filed court documents show that Birdman is going after Jay and Tidal for $50 million, and they maintain that they own all of the exclusive rights to Wayne’s music and that the Tidal stream is illegal. In the lawsuit it is stated that Tidal claims Cash Money doesn’t have that exclusive ownership, and that Wayne gave them the go ahead to exclusively stream his music in return for part ownership in Tidal.
This all comes on top of the news of Birdman and Young Thug being named in the indictment for Lil Wayne’s tour bus shooting incident that claims the two may have conspired to kill Lil Wayne.
UPDATE: Young Thug is now being charged with drugs and weapons violations following his arrest yesterday. The charges came after a search of Thug’s home in Atlanta. Police officials have yet to announce exactly what was found at Thug’s residence during the search. Thug is currently being held at the DeKalb County jail where he is awaiting his initial court appearance and bond hearing.
Remember when Lil Wayne’s tour bus got shot up after a show in ATL? Well it seems now that Young Thug and Birdman may have been apart of it. Today WSBTV reporter Mike Petchenik broke news that Thug and Birdman have been named in a indictment that alleges their involvement in a conspiracy with suspect Jimmy Winfrey (Peewee Roscoe) in a plot to take down Lil Wayne… Read more…
Birdman and Lil Wayne still seem to be on bad terms. Last night Lil Wayne was performing at Club LIV in Miami and Birdman reportedly threw a drink at Weezy from his section above the stage. In the short clip above we don’t actually get to see the drink thrown but see Wayne’s reaction after the incident as the camera pans up to Birdman and his section. Hopefully this doesn’t continue to escalate while Wayne’s lawsuit against Cash Money is ongoing.
Now that Wayne’s Free Weezy Album is out now he decides it is perfect time to let go of news of his next move. Tunechi will be throwing his own festival in his home state of Louisiana on August 28th called Lil Weezyana Fest. We are sure Lil Wayne will have plenty of his friends joining him on stage so this may no be one you want to miss. Purchase tickets here.
As promised Lil Wayne drops his brand new project Free Weezy Album, while C5 still sits in limbo with no release date in sight. No worries though because Wayne is still all about his fans as he gives us 15-tracks with features coming from the likes of Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa, Euro, Cory Gunz and more. Perfect playlist for your weekend festivities.
Stream and download after the jump.
Lil Wayne teams up with Charlie Puth to contribute a track to the soundtrack for the upcoming documentary 808. Hear “Nothing But Trouble” after the jump and prepare for Free Weezy Album to arrive this weekend.
French Montana is back with a new Kanye West and The Mekanics-produced banger called “Gucci Mane” featuring Rick Ross and Lil Wayne. The track has a matching music video coming soon and it will live on the Coke Boy rapper’s forthcoming studio album, Mac & Cheese: The Album, expected to drop in August.
Hear it below.
O.T. Genasis is finally prepping his new mixtape, Rhythm & Bricks and for his next single he teams up with Lil Wayne to create “Do It.” Take a listen to the new track after the jump and be on the lookout for that project to hopefully arrive soon.
We already got to hear Wayne’s verse yesterday, but now Bankroll comes today showing that it was more than just Tunechi hopping on his “Hot Boy” single, Turk and Juvenile joined the fun as well. If only we could hear a verse from B.G. as well. Take a listen to the updated version below and be sure to go get Bankroll’s newest project, Life Of A Hot Boy 2.