Hitting up Twitter, Kiss said his verse was submitted 90 days ago.
“RT @LeRonCrowd: F*ck that sh*t Wayne&Drake was talkin bout!So we gon act like @Therealkiss Didn’t Kill that …http://tmi.me/eWlBl,” Kiss tweeted August 24th.
“Yall hating a** c*cksuckers better chill..they only sent me a track wit NO verses and I recorded that verse 3 months ago! #leavemeoutofit”
“When I DISS n*ggas or have a problem Wit ANY RAPPER I SAY THere NAMES without hesitation and YALL know this already!”
“On my way back to NY,pardon the outburst but N*ggas Know Better! #anybodycangetit” (Jadakiss’ Twitter)
I’m sure most of you Wayniacs have already heard Lil Wayne‘s “It’s Good” record off his Tha Carter IV album featuring Drake and Jadakiss, but if not, you will be able to listen to it on August 29th when Weezy‘s album will be available in stores. Anyways, on the track (which all of the artists kill by the way), Tunechi disses Jay-Z and Beyonce with these lines:
“Talkin ’bout Baby money? I got your baby money
Kidnap your bitch, get that ‘how much you love your lady’ money
I know you fake nigga, press your brakes nigga
I’ll take you out, that’s a date nigga”
This is because of what Jay-Z said on his “H.A.M.” song with Kanye West about Birdman:
“I’m like really half a billi nigga
Really you got Baby money
Keep it real with niggas
Niggas ain’t got my lady money”
In an interview with VIBE Magazine for their October/November issue, Wayne says he is not worried about any fallout with Jay and that he doesn’t think he will take any action:
“I know there won’t be any repercussions behind what I did,” says a confident Wayne when asked if he had second thoughts about recording his acidic verse for ‘It’s Good.’ “I know for a fact music is about perception. You can’t do anything but perceive what you hear. I know that for a fact. So I can’t ever be upset about someone’s reaction. I’m not going to say I don’t know what would happen before I even say something on record,” he explains. “I do know what will happen. I’m aware of it. But it is what it is.”
Jadakiss has already said he wants nothing to do with the Lil Wayne and Jay-Z “beef” on Twitter:
Y’all hating ass cocksuckers better chill… they only sent me a track wit NO verses and I recorded that verse 3 months ago! #leavemeoutofit
When I diss niggas or have a problem with any rapper, I say there names without hesitation and y’all know this already!
So what do you think about Tune‘s diss to Jay-Z, and do you think Jay will respond? Let us know in the comments below.
Here’s a treat from Tha Carter IV to be released via iTunes August 28th & in stores August 29th. Jadakiss & Drake go in on the first half of the track with Lil Wayne taking up the whole second half of the song.
Jadkiss starts the song off with,
“You who are rich and whose troubles are few/ May come around to see my point of view/ What price the crown of the king on his throne?/ When you’re chained in the dark all alone.”
Drake goes on to say,
“Please pardon my brother/ He’s just angry at you n****s who don’t have your heart in your rap s***/ And got too f***in comfy, cause we still f***in hungry.”
Weezy takes his own shot at Jay-Z‘s verse on Watch The Throne tune “H.A.M”, rapping,
“Talkin’ about baby money, I got your baby money/ Kidnap your b****, get that how much you love your lady money. I know you fake n****, press your brakes n****/ I’ll take you out, that’s a date, n****.”
The wait is almost over! Lil Wayne recently announced that Tha Carter IV, his much delayed follow up to Tha Carter III, will be released via iTunes this Sunday, August 28 after his performance at the MTV Music Awards.
“I am extremely excited to be the first artist to utilize such an amazing idea,” said Wayne in a statement. “I hope that I can open the door for others.”
However, Wayne isn’t exactly the first to do this. Jay-Z‘s and Kanye‘s Watch the Throne managed to avoid an album leak after opting to release their project on iTunes five days before their release date. Watch the Throne broke the iTunes record for first-week digital sales becoming the highest-selling album in iTunes history at 290,000 units sold.
The album will be available in physical form on August 29.
Not exactly my cup of tea, but I am a fan of Robin Thicke, so here it goes.. He seems to be working on his next project but still no details yet. Hopefully we can expect a Lil Wayne collab since they’ve have been on each other’s albums since Tha Carter II for those cross-over records, although Thicke isn’t featured on Tha Carter IV.
Download: Robin Thicke – “I’m An Animal”
Lil Wayne was rushed to the emergency room in St. Louis last night after falling off his skateboard and bumping his head.
The platinum-selling rapper was admitted to DePaul Health Center with a nasty cut on his forehead after wiping out at a skateboarding park near the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, where he had just finished giving a concert.
Fans will be happy to hear however that Lil Wayne is doing fine.
“The Lou was good but I busted my fuggin head at the sk8park! 9stitches! Gnarly gash over my left eye! Luv the people,” the hip-hopster tweeted after doctors patched him up.
Lil Wayne is scheduled to perform at the MTV Video Music Awards this Sunday in Los Angeles. To mark the occasion (and maximize album sales), he has announced plans to drop his latest disc, Tha Carter IV, immediately following the show at midnight both digitally via iTunes, other online sites and at brick-and-mortar shops. The record is also available for preorder through his website as well.
02. You Drinking Too Much
03. I Got Em Let Em Know
04. Why They Hate Feat Gunplay (Prod By Ke)
05. Everywhere I Go
06. Ima Stunt Feat DJ Khaled, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz
07. How Many Girls Wanna
08. Lets Get Closer
10. Boy Or Girl
11. Come Smoke With Me Pt 4 Feat Snoop Dogg
12. Sell My Soul
13. I Ain’t Worried
15. Set It Off (Prod By Jahlil Beats)
16. Welcome Home Feat T-Pain
17. Ain’t Thinkin’ Bout You Feat Chris Brown
18. G4 Outro
01. Category 5 Feat Gudda Gudda
02. On It Like Dat (Snippet)
03. I’m Out Cheaa (Prod By Jahlil Beats)
04. Weekend At The Atlantis
05. Kkkrazy Feat. Birdman (Prod By Jahlil Beats)
06. Forever Winning Feat Lil Wayne
07. Green Goblin (Remix) Feat Gudda Gudda, Tyga, Lil Twist & Cory Gunz (Prod By Jahlil Beats)
08. Reggie Miller
09. I Do It (Snippet) (Prod By Cardiak)
11. Breezin Thru Da Wind (Prod By Jahlil Beats)
12. Table Of Success Feat Birdman
13. Doin My Thing Feat Lore’l (Prod By Cardiak)
14. U Could Get It
15. All About My Dollars
16. Class Is Now In Session
17. Time To Go Feat Trae Tha Truth (Prod By Jahlil Beats)
18. I Got Em
19. Americas Most Hated – Vado, Al Doe, Nellz, Show Tufli, Charlie Clips, Ceezo & Jae Millz
2. T-Streets – Trouble Maker feat Lil Wayne, Gudda Gudda & Jae Millz
3. T-Streets – Street Shit feat D Danger
4. T-Streets – Beatin’ feat Short Dawg
5. T-Streets – Callin’ Shots feat TL & Birdman
6. T-Streets – On The Grind feat 2 Chainz
7. T-Streets – For The Low feat Short Dawg & Gudda Gudda (Prod by Honorable C-Note)
8. T-Streets – You Don’t Know Me feat Lil Mike
9. T-Streets – Red Bandana feat Lil Wayne (Prod by Honorable C-Note)
10. T-Streets – Bang Bang feat Gudda Gudda
11. T-Streets – Smoking Good feat Jae Millz
12. T-Streets – Execution Style feat Gudda Gudda, Jae Millz & Lil Wayne
13. T-Streets – Leave Me Alone feat Mack Maine & Blazed (Prod by Honorable C-Note)
14. T-Streets – Go Hard Round Here feat Lil Wayne, Gudda Gudda & Jae Millz (Prod by Tha Bizness)
15. T-Streets – 2AM feat Aliie Baby & Young Chu
16. T-Streets – Tired feat TL
17. T-Streets – Hold Up feat Lil Wayne (Prod by The Olympicks) [Bonus Track]
18. T-Streets – Love Of My Life Freestyle feat Lil Wayne (Sqad Up) [Bonus Track]