Lil’ Tunechi says his Lakers support got him booted from a Heat game. But did he really make a “gun gesture”?
Lil Wayne was apparently at the hospital for several hours, but is “doing better.”
Lil Wayne wanted to make sure everybody had a good time.
Lil Wayne doesn’t like the movie Quincy Jones’ son made about him, and he’s getting revenge.
It’s been awhile since Lil Wayne’s last mixtape and he’s back with J. Cole and Nicki Minaj on “Dedication 4.”
Award ceremonies are intended to celebrate the best and brightest talent, yet the shows themselves are often dull, lengthy and awkward. Although this year’s Grammy Awards clocked the highest ratings in decades (RIP Whitney), we were again reminded why we don’t really pay attention to these things. Especially this one.
This Week: The Back Keys finally cross over; all that Amy Winehouse left behind; The Roots tell the story of a child who grows into a drug-dealer; Poland’s Jacaszek combines classical and electronic; Auto-crooner T-Pain is back with club jams and guests.
The 2012 Grammy nominations are out and we’ve got the list.
This Week: Drake is back with superstar guests; Swedish electronic outfit Korallreven’s debut; Pterodactyl is noisy and bright; 31 years of R.E.M.; A synth-phonic release from Tycho.
This Week: Red Hot Chili Peppers drop album number ten; Balam Acab inspires ooos and ahhs; Lil Wayne takes a stab at The Throne; CSS’ nu-rave sex punk; Zach Hill and Hella’s ferocious math rock.
Lil Wayne’s first mixtape since his release from prison is here. Catch Weezy with Young Money buddy Gudda Gudda and Lil B freestyling over an assortment of current hits.
Since The Game is making the world endlessly wait for his RED album, he’s throwing out free music in the meantime. The double disc mixtape includes guest artists Dr. Dre, Pharrell, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross, Fabolous and Jim Jones.
The followup to 2008’s blockbuster Tha Carter III is set to be released on the same day that Lil Wayne will be released from prison.
Not getting enough Lil Wayne in your life? I doubt that’s even possible, but if your Weezy fix is still not satiated, dig this new mixtape of 2010 tracks, most of which you’ve probably never set ears on.
Download the much-heralded new mix from producer Sean Garrett, the man responsible for 15 #1 hits in just seven years.