With the I Am Music II tour making a stop in Vancouver on Wednesday night. Nardwuar ‘The Human Serviette’ who calls the Canadian city home, had the chance to interview Lil’ Wayne backstage. The two talk his first rap name being Shrimp Daddy, his lapdance vs. Steve Nash’s lapdance from Nicki Minaj, his love for Nirvana, remembering Birdman’s pager and office number, memories of a young DJ Khaled at Odyssey Records, the significance of his ’07 collabo with Curren$y titled “Trigga Man” and plenty more.

Thanks to Nardwuar

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Lil Wayne talks his upcoming I Am Music II tour documentary, behind the scenes footage of the “John” video shoot, and internet sensation Karmin covers one of Weezy’s songs, after the jump……

If you missed Lil’ Wayne’s I Am Music II tour don’t worry, he’ll be planning to release a DVD documentary of the North American tour in the near future. Much like Jay-Z did in 1999 with the classic Backstage documentary during the Hard Knock Life tour, you’ll get an in-depth look at behind the scenes footage and performances in the feature. (Props to MTV)

We’ve seen the video that leaked, DRE Films recently dropped behind the scenes footage of Lil’ Wayne’s “John” video shoot with Ricky Ross and Birdman.

The latest internet sensation to catch viewers attentions is Karmin. Popular for her cover of the Chris Brown x Lil’ Wayne x Busta Rhymes collabo “Look At Me Now”, now takes on Tunechi’s Carter IV single with Cory Gunz “6 Foot, 7 Foot”.

Related: Lil’ Wayne Free To Do As He Pleases In Vancouver (Vancouver Sun)
Previously: T Lopez feat. Lil’ Wayne – “Breathe”