To show his appreciation to his fans for over 4 million downloads of his mixtape Sorry 4 the Wait 2, Lil Wayne is set to embark on his “Release Partiez” club tour.
As part of the 18-date trek (more dates will be announced soon), Weezy will make appearances at nightclubs across the country and hop on the mic to run through fan favorites off the mixtape. The current itinerary includes stops in Tallahassee, New Orleans, Nashville, Cleveland, and St. Louis.
Sorry 4 the Wait 2 dropped in January and features appearances from Drake, 2 Chainz, Shanell, Mack Maine, and Christina Milian. (Rapup)
See dates below.
LIL WAYNE RELEASE PARTIEZ CLUB DATES
March 13 – Kansas City, MO – BLVD Nightclub
March 19 – Tampa, FL – Club Skye
March 20 – Tallahassee, FL – Colisuem Nightclub
March 21 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Revolution Live
March 22 – Orlando, FL – Gilt Nightclub
April 2 – Jacksonville, FL – Club Aqua
April 3 – Destin, FL – Nightown Club
April 4 – Biloxi, MS – Kress Live
April 5 – New Orleans, LA – The Hyatt Regency
April 8 – Baton Rouge, LA – XO Nightclub
April 9 – Jackson, MS – Freelons
April 11 – Memphis, TN – Red Zone
April 12 – Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works
April 16 – Columbus, OH – Xclusive Nightclub
April 17 – Cleveland, OH – The Bank Nightclub
April 18 – Cinicinnati, OH – Celebrities Nightclub
April 19 – Indianapolis, IN – Suite 38
May 31 – St. Louis, MO – TBD
Kendrick Lamar’s third album To Pimp a Butterfly has set a first-day streaming record on Spotify.
According to Billboard, the 12 tracks were listened to 9.6 million times on the streaming service during the first day of release, and set a new global record for first-day streams. The album, which was released a week ahead of schedule, earned about $44,160 in a single day globally and is also number one on itunes.
Lil Wayne put his freestyle skills on display in a “Next Up” cypher presented by Karen Civil. The 13-minute clip showcases Young Money’s next generation including Lil Twist, Hood, Euro, Flow, Cory Gunz, and Gudda Gudda.
Weezy caps it off with some explosive bars on which he shouts out Biggie and Tupac, and takes more shots at his Cash Money boss Birdman, who he is suing for $51 million.
“I sing ‘Dear Mama’ to my dear mama and sing ‘Hit ‘Em Up’ to my daddy bitch ass,” raps Tunechi.
Nicki Minaj has announced her “Pink Print Tour”. She will be hitting the road this summer with her boo thang Meek Mill, Tinashe, Rae Sremmurd and Dej Loaf.
Tickets go on sale this Friday.
In a recent interview with Shade 45’s DJ Self, Fetty Wap finally shut-down the rumors about being shot in the eye.
“I tell everybody it’s nothing, because it’s really nothing to me,” he says within the 2 minute clip. “What happened is, when I was little I had gotten into a little accident and it gave me congenital glaucoma in both of my eyes. The doctor saved one, I was blessed to still have my vision. That’s it. That’s the story.”
Fetty also explained that he allowed the rumors to build-up before he decided to speak on it. Because he grew up in Patterson, NJ, Fetty explained that many people believed he was shot in his eye.
“I never got shot in my eye, basically it was a prosthesis and the song was getting hotter, the pictures were getting viral, I just let it build up, it wasn’t nothing,” he said.
Check out his mixtape UP NEXT here
Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign take it back to the ’90s with the gaudy and gangsta cover for their joint EP Talk About It in the Morning. The throwback artwork, inspired by the Pen & Pixel-designed No Limit Records covers, features strippers, weed, and lowriders.
Check out Neyo doing what he doe’s best!!
Check out Dame Dash chopping it up with the Breakfast Club. Don’t expect to hear anything about Jay Z because HE DOE’S NOT WANT TO TALK ABOUT HIM. lol