Lil Wayne Announces Young Money Radio Podcast
Young Money Radio Premieres Tuesday with New Exclusives From Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne just announced his next big venture, taking a step in the lane where Drake has found some success, Lil Wayne is launching a weekly podcast, appropriately titled, Young Money Radio.
Young Money Radio is a partnership with Dash Radio and it will offer an opportunity for Lil Wayne to reach his fans live and direct. The plan is to release exclusives via the platform and hopefully we get a chance to hear Wayne’s thoughts on all things Hip-Hop.
some interesting topics we’d love to hear Tunechi’s opinions on from the first episode is Rick Ross’ track, “Idols Become Rivals”, the Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma beef and why he didn’t provide a verse for Drake’s More Life playlist?
Lil Wayne announced the Young Money Radio partnership via a tweet:
Stoked to announce my new partnership with Dash Radio to present Young Money Radio. @youngmularadio #youngmoneyradio pic.twitter.com/memdvB1m8g
— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) March 28, 2017
Lil Wayne is currently working on some new projects and he’s been trying to take it back to his Carter III hunger, making cameos on anything moving right now. He’s currently on Wale’s “Running Back” single, the recently released David Guetta single, “Light My Body Up” with Nicki Minaj, he’s also on one of Nicki’s new singles, “No Frauds”, Khalid’s “Location” remix with Kehlani, Raekwon’s “My Corner” single and is featured on Mike WiLL Made-It’s new album Ransom 2. He’s literally trying to be everywhere!
The weekly podcast simply solidifies his takeover and maybe this is the year we finally get Tha Carter V.
Young Money Radio premieres on Tuesday, March 28th. Wayne also tweeted this to get fans to tune in:
Tomorrow @HoodyBaby_ will drop “Kitchen 24: Slangin’ Off Key”
5 PM EST Young Money Radio.
6 PM EST @DatPiff. pic.twitter.com/Bk6WmGHuyV
— Young Money (@YoungMoneySite) March 28, 2017
Listen To Young Money Radio HERE.
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