definitely looking forward to peeping this on TheFightKlub.Com tonite at 8pm. I missed out on being there in person, but these are the best battles with the best set up. We’ve seen how sloppy the others can be.
“The artist on the hook is Kevin Cossom, who’s on Danja’s N.A.R.S. (New Age Rock Stars)/Jive and recently wrote Keri Hilson’s Knock You Down ft. Kanye West & Ne-Yo. Shouts to Jessie Maguire who was in the studio when he recorded it for Ross.”
Juelz says that he saw that these were leaking to the internets so he wanted to make sure the official versions were available to the peoples. There’s still 25 more joints on the mixtape, so its no worry for him and Wayne.
***thanks to Dre for correcting me on the title of the mixtape…but can someone tell me when/why did it change? What was wrong with “I Can’t Feel My Face”? The new iteration sounds awkward.
UPDATE:…..Redemption! Mr. X says that I was correct in calling the Juelz/Weezy mixtape “I Can’t Feel My Face.” He says that “My Face Can’t Be Felt” (which is not only illogical but untrue) is the name of the unofficial mixtape that featured the unfinished versions of these tracks!
“Lil Wayne’s tour bus is dark and cold, and it’s not all that easy to tell what’s going on. But it makes sense that Weezy likes it like that. Dark and twisted. But it also makes it tough to tell exactly what we got here.
This Buzzworthy video interview, shot before his MTV Spring Break performance, is a Young Money ensemble interview, featuring answers from Jae Millz, Gutta Gutta, Lil Twist, Nikki Minaj, Lil Chucky, and Shanell — the lyricist behind “Prom Queen.”