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Lil Wayne References Jay Z In “Dusse” Song Preview

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Lil Wayne names Jay Z on “Dusse,” according to a preview clip posted by the YMCMB emcee.

Lil Wayne’s preview of his new song “Dusse” contains a reference to Jay Z.

“Hov, fuck wit’ your boy,” Wayne says on the track.

No further details about the song have been released.

The name of the track also references a brand of alcohol that Jay Z has discussed in his raps. On Beyonce’s “Drunk In Love,” Jay Z says, “That Dusse is the shit.” Moreover, Jay Z has worked with the company and has taken promotional photographs for an ad.

Wayne’s reference to Jay Z follows years of a rumored feud between the two rappers.

In February 2012, Lil Wayne appeared to rap about Jay Z and Kanye West’s Watch The Throne.

“I met a bad red bone, I took the bitch home,” Wayne rapped during a show. “I asked her what she want to watch, she said surely not The Throne.”

He reportedly was upset with a Jay Z line off Watch The Throne’s “H.A.M.”

“I’m like, ‘Really, half-a-billi?’ / Nigga, really, you got baby money / Keep it real with niggas, niggas ain’t got my lady money,” lines that some took as a shot towards Cash Money’s head, Birdman, who also goes by Baby.

Wayne also appeared to respond to this on “I’m Good” off Tha Carter IV.

 

Lil Wayne References Jay Z In "Dusse" Song Preview

“I got your baby money,” Wayne raps on the track. “Kidnap your bitch, get that ‘how much you love your lady’ money.”

In June 2013, Jay Z appeared to address Lil Wayne on Magna Carta…Holy Grail’s “La Familia.”

“Wanna kidnap wifey,” Jay raps on the song. “Good luck with that bruh / You must gonna hide your whole family / What you think we wearing black for / Ready for that war / Ready for that war ready / You ain’t ready, yo, you radio,” spits Jay.

In July 2013, Jay Z spoke about a bothced Roc-A-Fella deal with Lil Wayne.

“This is the first time I ever told this truth,” Jay-Z revealed. “The truth is after I had a meeting with Wayne—I had a relationship with Baby, when I used to go to New Orleans I would meet up with him…So, I felt it was only right to call him. I called him out of respect like ‘Yo, I was talking to Wayne. Just to let you know. Boom boom boom.’ So, after that I think we received a letter at our office for like torturous interference from a lawyer…And it all just went from there. I would rather lose that situation and do the right thing than the opposite. Cause I think I could have signed him. I could have signed him and then told him after. I did the right thing and I’m cool with that decision.”

In March 2014, Wayne addressed his appreciation for Jay Z.

“I loved Jay so much,” he said at the time. “And then at that time I was super young and I was still—I was a fanatic of Jay Z…So, when he said he was retiring, I looked—I was like a basketball player looking up at Kobe or looking up at Jordan…LeBron. Somebody gotta step up. And you know, I felt like you said, I felt like nobody cared about what I said, so when you’re that person then what you say means the world to you.”

During that interview, Wayne also spoke about the botched Roc deal.

“It wasn’t like Jay was reaching out for me or nothing,” Lil Wayne said. “Like needed me, ‘I need—I want you over here.’ He expressed interest. And I took that and you know me…I was on the first thing smoking. So, I went over there and we met. I met with Jay. But the history turned out to be where history is.”

To listen to a preview of “Dusse,” click here.

RELATED: Lil Wayne Recalls Being A Jay Z Fanatic & Leaving Behind “Best Rapper Alive” Title

BEYONCÉ AND JAY Z PERFORM ‘DRUNK IN LOVE’ AT GRAMMYS

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Beyoncé and Jay Z put the rumors to rest and opened the 56th Annual Grammy Awards at L.A.’s Staples Center on Sunday. Seated in a chair, a wet Bey performed “Drunk in Love” before being joined by her husband Jay Z, who helped her recreate a scene out of the sexy music video.

The superstar couple showed off their chemistry and Bey echoed her “Surfboard” catchphrase, while Taylor Swift sang along from her seat.

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Yet no one is surprised, both artist in this super couple are at the tops of their fields! Salute.

kCAne MarkCO – You Didnt Wanna Be a Hater ( Anti Bullying Anthem ) on VEVO.

A1 DA LAST DROP, AND ANTI BULLYING CAMPAIGN FEATURED FRONT PAGE OF PHAROS-TRIBUNE!

Written by kCAne MarkCO on . Posted in Music

May 26, 2013
Logansport hip-hop artist tours for bullying awareness
by Mitchell Kirk
Pharos-Tribune

A Logansport man is using his talents in rap and hip-hop music to speak out against bullying across the Midwest.

Adron Robinson, or A1 da Last Drop as he’s known musically, started taking music seriously in 2007, a year after moving to Logansport. The Cape Coral, Fla., native said he experimented with music in the past with friends during his time in the U.S. Army but took time off for a while before creating mix tapes and making an effort to prepare radio-ready music.

“My music is my truths, my life and the world as I see it,” Robinson said, adding that his songs fall into the genres of hip-hop and hip-rock.

In the summer of 2012, Robinson was approached by former St. Louis, Mo artist and producer kCAne MarkCO, owner of NuORder ENTertainmENT. Robinson joined the group, which represents artists all over the country.

Shortly after Robinson joined NuORder, MarkCO teamed up with Oliver “DjBigO317” Jackson, owner of South Bend and Indianapolis-based Trucker Bangin Ent. LLC, to use music to address bullying in what they would come to call the Anti-Bullying Bully Basher Tour.

“They came up with the idea watching the news and just staying up on everything that’s going on,” Robinson said. “They came to us [and said], ‘Look, everybody wants to be focused with this music, well let’s put this music toward something to help out the people. Get out there and speak out, get out there and go talk to some of these kids that have been bullied …’ We were all down for it.”

The tour kicked off in February, hitting schools and colleges in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri and other states across the Midwest. It’s most recent stop was May 10 at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend.

A typical tour stop will consist of performances, individual lectures where performers will share their own experiences with bullies and meet-and-greets after the show, Robinson said.

“We can make a change as far as kids go,” Jackson said. “When they hear them say, ‘I was a victim of being bullied,’ the gym goes quiet. They’re big dudes. The kids could kind of relate. It doesn’t matter what size you are, it happens to everybody. It doesn’t make a difference what you are, if you’re new, if you’re a freshman; there are people who have nothing better to do than bully.”

When Robinson speaks to students about his own experiences with bullies, he tells them about growing up in Cape Coral, Fla., where he said his small stature and minority status led to him being a target for tormentors.

“Right now, I’m 6 feet, 185 pounds,” Robinson said. “When I was younger, it took a while before I hit my growth spurt. I was always one of the smaller children … Me and a few of the Hispanic people were minorities and we got picked on. We got jumped at the school bus, we got chased by people in trucks with bats.”

While Robinson affirms there are times when one may be forced to defend him or herself, he said physicality should always be a last resort.

“I came to recognize that most bullies were some of the most scared people,” he said. “They lacked a lot of confidence. They might have had a bad home life so they take it out on other people.”

The tour will continue into the summer, with upcoming stops in Washington, D.C., Kokomo, Cleveland, Ohio, and New York City.

Robinson will also be performing in a Thanks-A-Million Military Appreciation Showcase in collaboration with The Anti-Bullying Bully Basher Tour at the Logansport Eagles Saturday, June 1. The show will be 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Robinson said he is currently looking for more acts to add to the show and any interested parties can contact him at 574-398-7401.

You can check out Robinson’s music at mtv.com/artists/a1-da-last-drop and by visiting nervedjsmixtapes.com and clicking on Hip-hop under the Mix tapes section. He performs on a mix tape titled “NuOrder The Mixtape.”

“To me, my music is one of the best things I have to give the world,” Robinson said. “If I can’t use that in a positive way, then I’d feel like I was wasting it.”

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