Showing All "Lil Wayne" Posts

When you've got a song called "Krazy," setting the video for that song inside a mental hospital is kind of the least crazy thing you can do, at least short of making an American Psycho parody. But…   Read Story »
Lil Wayne and Drake teamed up a few months ago for Wayne's single "Believe Me," and they'll head out on a co-headlining tour later tonight, so maybe it's not a surprise to hear them on a song…   Read Story »
Jay Z famously had to sell his minuscule share of the Brooklyn Nets in order to launch a sports management company and represent athletes such as baseball star Robinson CanĂ³. Now TMZ reports that…   Read Story »
Lil Wayne and Chris Paul, the greatest point guard in the NBA today, became friends when Paul played for Wayne's hometown team, the New Orleans Hornets. Paul has since left the Hornets for the L.A.…   Read Story »
The Atlanta synth-rap mastermind Mike WiLL Made It was one of last year's dominant producers, and based on the sort of collaborators he now has at his disposal, he seems determined to hold onto that…   Read Story »
A couple of weeks ago, Lil Wayne let the world hear his Drake collaboration "Believe Me," which might be the first track from his long-in-the-works album Tha Carter V. And now he's followed it up…   Read Story »
Questlove is one of many reasons for the success of Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show, and this summer the Roots co-leader will expand his TV profile with a new VH1 series. As Executive Producer of…   Read Story »
Rick Ross's "Thug Cry" is a mellow, meditative song from Ross's not-great new album Mastermind, and its new video, from longtime Ross associate DRE Films, intercuts footage of Ross and Wayne rapping…   Read Story »
Last night, when Floyd Mayweather narrowly defeated the Argentine boxer Marcos Maidana via decision in Las Vegas, Lil Wayne was one of the luminaries who helped walk Mayweather out to the ring. And…   Read Story »
Lil Wayne has debuted the first single from the upcoming Tha Carter V, which he says is his last solo album before retirement. On "Believe Me," he teams up with fellow Young Money crew member Drake…   Read Story »