The world now knows about Lil’ Wayne dissing Jay-Z in his track “It’s Good” which comes from what is now a leaked album Tha Carter IV; although no one seems to care much about it leaking. In a recent interview with VIBE, Wayne spoke about the song and his lyrics saying:
“I know there won’t be any repercussions behind what I did,”says a confident Wayne when asked if he had second thoughts about recording his acidic verse for ‘It ‘s Good.’ “I know for a fact music is about perception. You can’t do anything but perceive what you hear. I know that for a fact. So I can’t ever be upset about someone’s reaction.”
My mind is spinning; will Jay respond? Are Drake and Jadakiss coming at Hov as well? We are perceiving what we hear alright and things are not looking good!
Lil’ Wayne teams up with Bruno Mars for the track “Mirrors” on the deluxe edition of “Tha Carter IV” which will be available on Monday. Bruno adds the soul to the track and it matches great as Wayne gets his feelings out. He references his estranged father and Michael Jackson saying:
(“Lookin’ at me now I can see my past/ Damn, I look just like my fu**in’ dad”), while taking inspiration from the King of Pop. “And no message could have been any clearer, so I’m starting with the man in the mirror,” he says. “MJ taught me that.”
Take a listen.
All hell is about to break loose if the rumors circulating around that Lil’ Wayne dissed Jay-Z are true!
On Lil’ Wayne’s track “It’s Good” featuring Jadakiss and Drake off “Tha Carter IV”, which mind you isn’t even out yet, Wayne spits a verse that will have you contemplating. The “How To Love” rapper shows no love saying:
“Talkin’ about baby money, I got your baby money, kidnap your bitch, get that how much you love your lady money/ I know you fake ni**a, press your brakes ni**a/ I’ll take you out, that’s a date, ni**a,”
Many take the verse to be a response from Jay-Z’s verse in H.A.M. were he spits:
“I’m like really, half a billi, ni**a really you got baby money/ Keep it real with ni**as, ni**as ain’t got my lady money,”
Back in March Lil’ Wayne addressed the verse to MTV News saying:
“‘Ye played it for me personally,” said Wayne. “I went to a session with him the other night. I wouldn’t ask him about a Jay-Z line because he’s not Jay-Z.
“Actually the subject that he’s talking about in that line, I can’t box with the god with that, nah mean. I’ll be the first one to tell you that. Given my wit and the type of person that I am, I’ll capitalize and I’ll play off of it.”
Lil Wayne sends a strong message in the video for “How to Love,” the third single off Tha Carter IV, dropping August 29. The storyline involves a girl who is raised the wrong way, eventually becoming a stripper turned prostitute who contracts HIV. Towards the end, we see what life could have been like for her, had she been taught “how to love” the right way.
If you blink, you’ll miss the short cameo from 90210’s Tristan Wilds.
Gotta love a song with a message. Watch below:
Lil’ Wayne might be in all types of trouble if the allegations that he spent the night with a 16. yr. old girl are true. According to Mediatakeout.com, who we think are a bit skeptical with at times, have all this photographic evidence that make it hard not to believe.
Sarah, an 11th grader from Ottawa, Canada apparently went to Weezy’s concert in her hometown and tried to link up with him after the show but was unable to. She then took a 2 hr. bus ride to Montreal where Weezy performed again and had luck linking up with him at the afterparty.
Sarah and Lil’ Wayne at the afterparty.
After the festivities at Lemouche Night Club, Sarah says the two went to his hotel room and spent the night together.
Now, all I can say is that sure looks like Lil’ Wayne to me. The rapper is on probation and I just hope that the two didn’t take it that far. This is highly unlikely, but how was Weezy to know!? Little Sarah is looking way older than 16 years. This one’s for the books.
What are your thoughts??
According to Rolling Stone magazine, Eminem is the new “King Of Hip-Hop”. The coveted title is based upon album sales, social media scores and Youtube views. The mag handpicked 20 solo rappers who have come out with new music from 2009 to the greater portion of 2011.
Taking the #2 spot is Lil’ Wayne with a compilation of album and ticket sales, online ratings, and awards. And you know Drake wasn’t far behind, he takes spot #3. Nicki can also be seen on the list taking spot #6. Check out the list below.
Rolling Stone’s “Kings of Hip-Hop” List
2. Lil Wayne
4. Kanye West
6. Nicki Minaj
7. Rick Ross
9. Gucci Mane
11. Snoop Dogg
15. Wiz Khalifa
17. Waka Flocka Flame
18. Lupe Fiasco
19. Kid Cudi
20. Big Boi
Do you agree with the list??
We’ve been waiting for this one. Lil’ Wayne recently dropped his newest track “She Will” featuring Drake. Weezy raps:
“N*ggas is jealous/but really I could care less/ I’m in hell’s kitchen with an apron and a hair net
Take a listen below.