T.I. & Lil’ Wayne releases another record together before the start of their America’s Most Wanted Tour. The official video will be dropping tonight at 10PM (EST.)
Before they hit the road for the “America’s Most Wanted” tour, T.I.P. and Weezy preview a trailer to their upcoming collabo expected to premiere this coming Monday.
Wayne and Drake with a middle finger salute to Mannie Fresh?
Mannie, who recently offered his two cents to ‘Shit announcing the Big Tymers were returning with Lil Wayne and Drake instead), is reciting the hook to “Still Fly” and doing the Texas Two-Step in his grave… SHAKE UPDATE: I’m still shaking my at this whole situation. Not because of my obvious distaste for one Bryan Williams but for the simple fact you can’t just replace half a group and still hold onto the name. Like Mannie said, it’s like doing having Jackson 5 reunion with Boyz II Men. We’d like to know your thoughts though? So jump to the comment section and leave your opinion.
During today’s episode of RapFix Live, Sway got Mannie Fresh on Skype to speak on Shit’s plan of bringing the Big Tymers name back with Lil Wayne and Drake instead of himself. The response? There is no Big Tymers without Mannie Fresh.
Drake is a great artist. Wayne is a great artist. But they aren’t Big Tymers. It’s like doing a Jackson 5 album with Boyz II Men.
Pretty much my thoughts exactly, minus the whole “Wayne is a great artist” thing.
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During the latest episode of MTV’s RapFixLive, Lil Wayne and ‘Shit chop it up with Sway about a variety of topics. One of the more interesting quotes came from Lil Wayne’s pops as he stated that Big Tymers now consists of Wayne, Drake and himself. I guess that clears this up, but umm… how is there gonna be anything Big Tymers-related without the man who basically made the group what it was, Mannie Fresh? *shrugs… hit the jump to check the clip and hit the c-section below and let us know your thoughts on the whole thing.
Live from South Beach, Lil Wayne and ‘Shit sit down with Sway to talk on a variety of topics. From Wayne’s health, Rick Ross’ controversial line, the infamous hand rub, the (new) Big Tymers, having no issues with Trick Daddy and more.
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Before Lil Wayne and the rest of YMCMB make an appearance on MTV’s RapFix Live tomorrow, Lil Wayne reveals that while Tha Carter V will be his final album, there are plenty of things to expect before then. Of those options, Wayne notes that he and ‘Shit might be teaming up again for a sequel to Like Father Like Son and that the Big Tymers (‘Shit x Mannie Fresh) may return to music with Drake added to the mix.
“There should be a lot in between there,” Wayne told MTV News of what will come between now and his final LP. “It’s no time soon.
“Possibility of that, possibility of a Big Tymers album, adding Drake,” Weezy said. “But that kid is so busy, it’s all kind of possibilities.”
I’m sure plenty of details will be revealed tomorrow. We’ll just have to wait and see.
Last night before Floyd Mayweather beat Robert Guerrero by unanimous decision, Lil Wayne helped the undefeated fighter to the ring with a performance of “No Worries.”
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis.
Birdman, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Mack Maine and Future drop off a set of visuals for their collaborative effort, from Rich Gang’s upcoming album featuring cameos from Bow Wow, DJ Khaled, Paris Hilton, Christina Milian and more.
Apparently Lil Wayne’s “apology” for his disrespectful usage of Emmett Till’s name on Future’s “Karate Chop (rmx)” wasn’t enough as PepsiCo has severed their ties with Wayne, ending their Mountain Dew #DeWeezy Campaign.
PepsiCo said in a statement late Friday that Wayne’s “offensive reference to a revered civil rights icon does not reflect the values of our brand.” It declined to provide any further comment. – AP