(Video) Mannie Fresh Drops Snippet Of Unreleased Lil Wayne Track “Start This Shit Off Right”

A rumored shelved song that’s supposed to be on Lil Wayne’s timely delayed Tha Carter V appears thanks to it’s producer Mannie Fresh.

(Video) Lil Wayne & Mannie Fresh Have An EDM Record Coming

Looks like Weezy won’t be retiring? How could Lil Wayne possibly retire that work ethic fr fr.

Mass Appeal BBQ NYC: Nas, Ty Dolla $ign, MGK, Mannie Fresh + More!

Somehow, the Gods up above (or the people at Mass Appeal…) put together my favorite artists on one stage, in my city, two days before my birthday. Bruh… WHUT?! Hosted by label co-owner Nas, Mass Appeal’s annual NYC barbecue and show this year includes Ty Dolla $ign, DJ Shadow, Machine Gun Kelly, Mannie Fresh, Araab Muzik, Kamaiyah and more, hosted by Hot 97’s Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez. Food served will be from Sweet Chick. The levels of IN THERE I’m about to be?!!?

Mannie Fresh Claims Lil Wayne And Birdman Still Haven’t Squashed Their Beef

Fans were hopeful that Lil Wayne and Birdman had squashed their beef after the release of the recent single, “Hate” featuring Lil Wayne, Birdman and Juvenile. However, the song’s producer and Hot Boy$’ member Mannie Fresh revealed in a recent interview the conflict still remains. The drama dates back to 2014 when, Lil Wayne pushed to get off Cash Money Records and filed a $51 million lawsuit against Birdman,his mentor and Cash Money Records’ CEO, claiming Birdman was holding back the release of Tha Carter V. In an interview with Genius’ Mannie Fresh revealed although the two have been able to work and party together they are still working on a level of forgiveness. Read more below.

#MusicStillMatters NEW MUSIC: Mannie Fresh Feat. Juvenile, Lil Wayne & Birdman – Hate

With Birdman talking his talk on the intro, Mannie rounds up the old squad for a new tune entitled “Hate”. Cash Money For The 99 & The 2016??

(Video) Juvenile & Mannie Fresh Talk About Their Most Wild Performance At The Tunnel In NYC

On the latest installment of “What Had Happened Was,” Mannie Fresh and Juvenile reminisce back to the good old days in the beginning of their career. They told a story of their most insane experience performing at The Tunnel in NYC when Flex was DJing. They explained how scary it was being rappers from down south performing in the most popular and legendary Hip-Hop night club ever in New York. This story is a classic! Take a listen below.

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