Lil Wayne is back on his mixtape grind. The Young Money MC announced that he’s teamed up with DJ Drama for the fourth installment in their Dedication series.
“Dedikation 4 komin next month,” tweeted Tunechi, whose last Dedication mixtape was released in November 2008. “Been sendin alotta beats to the mixtape weezy,” added Drama.
Weezy is also working on his upcoming album I Am Not a Human Being II, which has already spawned the single “My Homies Still” with Big Sean.
After speaking together on an out-of-town music panel, Sermon’s Domain hitched a ride with Macklemore back to their hometown, sparking a 17-minute conversation about a full range of topics—from the Seattle rapper’s previous struggles with drugs, to the highlights of his young career, and everything in between.
Casey Veggies hit the road with Big K.R.I.T. last week for the “Live From the Underground” tour, which kicked off in Detroit. The Peas & Carrots MC, who recently inked a management deal with Roc Nation, stopped into Burn Rubber for a meet and greet and an interview with yours truly before hitting the stage at St. Andrews later that evening.
The 27-date trek will continue to travel the country before wrapping on August 12 in Tampa, Florida.
Sidenote: Special thanks to Ryan Mayle, who shot and edited the clip, for including a sneak peak of our interview (2:05 mark). Stay tuned for the full thing!
A$AP Rocky was arrested in downtown Manhattan on Thursday night after allegedly starting a brawl with two amateur photographers.
Law enforcement officials tell TMZ that the rapper, born Rakim Mayers, was involved in an argument when two onlookers started snapping photos of the incident, shifting his frustration.
Police were called onto the scene and, in an unexpected twist, the “Goldie” MC was taken into custody for attempted robbery. It’s currently unclear what he’s accused of stealing.
Jae Millz fuels the fire on his new song “Hearing Voices,” taking thinly veiled shots at Pusha T in response to the G.O.O.D. Music MC dissing Lil Wayne and Young Money on “Exodus 23:1.”
“Shame on me for yet to have an album in a wrapper/ But ni**a shame on you for every album gettin’ wacker/ And you a dick rider, switch sider/ Certified click hopper, still gettin’ nada/ Ni**as cat fightin’ with the team on that sneak shit/ Makin’ diss records, but keepin’ it secret,” spits Millz on the venomous track.