In honor of Weezy Wednesday, Lil Wayne offered up a new track off his alleged last album, Tha Carter V, that has him sounding more Yeezus than Weezy.
Drake season is about to go into overdrive.
The backlash against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling after racist comments were revealed over the weekend has been swift and decisive, with such music superstars as Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg and Meek Mill making statements denouncing the franchise boss.
The flashy video also boasts high-profile cameos including Usher and Trey Songz.
Among awards shows, the mtvU Woodie Awards are a peculiar affair. The crowd were genuinely pumped to be in a converted gravel lot in downtown Austin.
This latest single from the upcoming Young Money compilation follows previously released tracks from Drake and Nicki Minaj.
Weezy is showing fans where all the magic happens. Or at least where he does his skateboarding.
With her new video, Nicki is letting all the men out there know, they can look, but can’t touch.
Drake tweeting “Carter V” is likely to suggest that Lil Wayne has started working on, or is somewhere in the midst of working on the fifth installment of ‘Tha Carter’ series.
For years, teachers have been trying to make learning fun by incorporating pop culture touchstones that kids like. But one teacher in South Florida might have gone too far when he assigned Lil Wayne lyrics for homework.