Cheesy F. Baby

Who knew Wayne was into the Pack this year? If you listen to 30 seconds of any Wayne song, you know where he hails from. The hometown of last year’s Super Bowl champs, the Saints. He’s from Nawlins. But the Saints are out. And when your favorite team is out, it’s time to find another for the time being. And Wayne found the Packers. He’s temporarily a ‘Cheese Head.’ Wiz Khalifa is repping his city with the ‘Black & Yellow,’ and Weezy’s striking back with ‘Green & Yellow.’ You know what it is……

Lil Wayne: Green & Yellow

-Z. Alps

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Andy Samberg goes ‘Creepin’ with the help of Nicki Minaj

I don’t know how many people still watch Saturday Night Live. I haven’t heard too many people talking about it, and I know the older casts have created more buzz from the times of John Belushi, to Mike Myers, to Chris Farley and Adam Sandler, to Will Ferrell, among others. But, this cast is secretly hilarious. From the great impressions of Jay Pharoah and Fred Armistad, to the funniest woman on television in Kristen Wiig, the show, most of the time, is a must see. Another reason is because of the Caucasian rap style that Andy Samberg has mastered with his creative ideas and clever writing. This is another great one from last Saturday’s episode hosted by Jessie Eisenberg. It’s featuring the musical guest, Nicki Minaj. Check it out, and learn how to creep.

 

 

 

 

The Lonely Island feat. Nicki Minaj: The Creeper Song

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Hustle Hard

I wasn’t too crazy about this song when I heard the original version by Ace Hood, but that is probably because Ace Hood is not too Ace Good. But when you add The Best Rapper Alive and a slowly improving Ricky Ross to the remix, or as Wayne likes to call it, the ‘G-mix,’ it goes from mediocre to great. The beat goes hard and if you can survive the first minute and a half of Ace Hood yelling, this track is dank. Check it out.


 

 

 

 

Ace Hood feat. Rick Ross & Lil Wayne: Hustle Hard (remix)

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Dear Mr. Policeman…

Cole had previously dropped this song as ‘Problems’ a few months ago but here is the official version with a chorus added by Bobby Ray. The original was fire as Cole goes in 3 times, and seems to out do himself each verse. B.o.B’s melodic voice makes it even hotter as Cole as usual speaks the truth.

“Dear, Mr. Policeman, am I wrong or ain’t you supposed to keep the peace man? I coulda sworn I was driving pretty peaceful. So what in the hell is you pulling of me fo?”

J. Cole feat. B.o.B: Pass Me By

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Burr….

So we all knew Gucci Mane was already crazy but this latest tattoo I’ve seen on him makes him even crazier. We’ve seen Mike Tyson do it among others, but this one is wild. I love Gucci but seriously, what was he thinking?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ouch.

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Rihanna & J. Cole get dirty

The only thing better than a Rihanna song featuring Drake, is a Rihanna song featuring J. Cole. This is the first one that we’ve seen, and it does not disappoint. Rihanna does her usual thing belting out great vocals to a great beat. “Sticks and stones may break my bones but chains and whips excite me.” Sexy. Meanwhile, Cole does his thing in a quick verse that fits in perfectly with the song. Here it is.

 

 

 

 

 

Rihanna feat. J. Cole: S & M (remix)

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Roman’s Revenge 2.0

This beat was crazy when it first dropped awhile ago featuring Nicki Minaj and Eminem. But something was always missing. That something was Weezy F. Baby. Well Roman’s Revenge 2.0 gave Wayne the opportunity¬† to go in on this ‘broadway show’ like beat, and Lil Tunechi steps up to the curtain and takes a big bow. Take a listen.

 

 

 

 

 

Nicki Minaj feat. Lil Wayne: Roman\’s Revenge 2.0

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Feel the Love

In a related post, I heard this song on TV and recognized it. I then remembered it was from the aforementioned concert. Sean Garrett opened for Cole and did some of this song. Cole has added a verse or two for the official version. And it sounds like we would expect it to. Fire. “Life is foul and you don’t get a free throw.”

 

 

Sean Garret feat. J. Cole: Feel Love

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