Lil Wayne released his debut solo album in 1999 and shot to fame soon after. Lil Wayne reached higher popularity with 2004's 'Tha Carter,' 2005's 'Tha Carter II' and 2008's 'Tha Carter III,' all featuring singles for which successful music videos were released. Watch five of the most popular Lil Wayne music vid
Now that Lady Gaga and Kanye West have called it quits with the "Fame Kills" tour, fans are left with refunded tickets and squashed hopes of ever witnessing the duo swap verses on 'Make Her Say.' Let's face it: They were an odd pairing to begin with, but both guaranteed to bring cinematic extravagance and drama for concert-goers ("I'ma let you finish," ring a bell?). Si
Auto-tune king T-Pain wants no problems with Jay-Z, and he's gone out of his way to make that clear. Although Pain initially claimed to be a fan of Jay's 'D.O.A.' track, which called for the death of T-
Auto-tune King T-Pain just leaked a track called 'Dope,' from his forthcoming album 'RevolveR,' featuring Chicago rapper Shawnna. The long-overlooked female MC begins her verse by announcing that she is the newest signee to Pain'
Jay-Z tried to make sense of Kanye's VMA actions, saying "He used to jump on tables ... I was trying to make the first 'Blueprint,' he's jumping on tables, rapping, and I'm like, 'Yo, not now.' That was just him. He's always been that p
Artist:C-Ride feat. T-Pain Song: 'Money Round Here' Why You Should Watch: C-Ride puts the Recession on hold in his new video featuring T-Pain, whom Ride calls a "musical genius." The newcomer also gives props to production team Cool and Dre. "It's deeper than music, those are my brothers," Ride told the BoomBox. "We met by me passing
As the entire world is now well aware, security at last night's MTV Video Music Awards could have probably done a better job keeping uninvited guests offstage. Following Kanye West's epic PR blunder with Taylo
Auto-tune impresario T-Pain has finally broken his silence regarding his recent tirade against Jay-Z. In an interview with Ed Lover on Power 105.1 in New York, Pain explained his reasoning for yelling "F--- Jay-Z" during his set in Las Vegas, claiming that Jay snubbed him during his performance at Hot 97's Summer Jam in June
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