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Video: Lil Wayne x ¡MAYDAY!

Weezy takes some time out to jam with rock band ¡MAYDAY!, which appear in his video for On Fire, as well as two of the four videos MTV Jams will be playing this weekend (“Get A Life” and “Da Da Da.”)

Previously: ¡MAYDAY! ft. N.O.R.E. – They Told Me (Remix) | ¡MAYDAY! ft. Devin The Dude – Nothin’ (Remix) (Video)


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31 Responses to “Video: Lil Wayne x ¡MAYDAY!”

  1. Chief Ali Says:

    Top of the day kinfolk

    *daps nahgerians*

  2. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    ^ a lot of people are praising the goons (Gun Men)… But I can’t respect anyone who uses civilians as human sheilds. Gorilla warefare tactics need not apply.

    ^I asked a friend of mine, he’s a yardie from the area, and he said, you gotta understand, that man takes care of the families in that area. Buys them food, pays medical bills and their children’s school tuition. Without him, a lot of those people are gonna suffer way worse, so thats why they’re banging out for him like that

  3. landlord Says:

    its hard to find “Durdy Game” cause you have to misspell the title correctly… or else it wont come up…

  4. Beezy Says:

    you gotta understand, that man takes care of the families in that area. Buys them food, pays medical bills and their children’s school tuition.

    ^And pretty much dictates how the people in his neighborhood vote, so all of the politicians are indebted to him.

    Alot of times at the “Dons” funerals, governers and the like eulogize them.

    These are very well connected men.

  5. Jersey*made*me Says:

    amazon.com/Durdy-Game-Tony-Roberts/dp/B001TKUXUM

    ^ Jersey, the broad to the left Karima used to strip at Cinderellas in Elizabeth.

    ^^

    *daps* I’m copping it(no Rick Ross).

  6. LilWayneHQ Says:

    Dope freestyle

  7. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    I dont eat rappers, I eat baby mommas,
    you at mickey D’s, we eat at benny honnas

    GAT!!

  8. cOLD Says:

    I asked a friend of mine, he’s a yardie from the area, and he said, you gotta understand, that man takes care of the families in that area. Buys them food, pays medical bills and their children’s school tuition. Without him, a lot of those people are gonna suffer way worse, so thats why they’re banging out for him like that

    ^ yea I dig this, but… child saftey should be a priority… If you wanna war for a cause I respect that… But Organize your people, get the children and young women to a safe place first.

  9. landlord Says:

    Wayne starting to sound better over rock beats than hiphop beats… it fits his cartoon voice better …

  10. Patron James Says:

    kev is a fuckboy

  11. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Fuck NYPD,i’m glad they riding for duke this is gonna be a movie in a year or two,watch. Hate to see the kids affected though.

    *pays homage*

    *contemplates Jerk Chicken platter for lunch*

    *with beef patty*

  12. Cypher Says:

    LilWayneHQ
    1 min ago
    Dope freestyle

    ^^

    This is the non bias opinions that we need at nah right

  13. cOLD Says:

    Fuck NYPD,i’m glad they riding for duke this is gonna be a movie in a year or two,watch. Hate to see the kids affected though.

    *pays homage*

    *contemplates Jerk Chicken platter for lunch*

    *with beef patty*

    ^ with all that said paper he got, all he had to do was lawyer up with a good attorney. I can’t have a childs blood on my hands, I’d rather sit and rot.

  14. cOLD Says:

    *contemplates Jerk Chicken platter for lunch*

    ^ with the salad or cabage?

  15. Patron James Says:

    LilWayneHQ Says:

    May 26th, 2010 at 9:36 am
    Dope freestyle

    ^
    who sent this nigga?

  16. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    @Land, these niggas are too gangster for 9:45 in the morning. I’m three songs in and all these cats are doing is killing and fucking niggas up with car clubs. hahahaha

  17. Jersey*made*me Says:

    ^ with the salad or cabage?

    ^^

    cabbage all day,but the kicker at this joint is that they bbq the chicken over charcoal first,FUCK!!!!

  18. cOLD Says:

    I’ve looked into this ad money fraudulant click scheme. Shit is illegal eskay and co.

  19. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    *contemplates Jerk Chicken platter for lunch*

    ^ with the salad or cabage?

    ^Gotta go with the steamed cabbage

  20. Jersey*made*me Says:

    @Land, these niggas are too gangster for 9:45 in the morning. I’m three songs in and all these cats are doing is killing and fucking niggas up with car clubs. hahahaha

    ^^LMAO

  21. Troyvul Says:

    I’ve looked into this ad money fraudulant click scheme. Shit is illegal eskay and co.
    ^
    shit is wack.

  22. landlord Says:

    DC (District of Chase) Says:

    May 26th, 2010 at 9:44 am
    @Land, these niggas are too gangster for 9:45 in the morning. I’m three songs in and all these cats are doing is killing and fucking niggas up with car clubs.

    ——–

    who dat?

  23. London Bloke Says:

    yo Nate just drop a comment if you can see this and im banned on purpose

  24. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    most of us here feel a lil bit sorry for you,

    ^

    really land, i’ont give a fuck, outside of typed out banter, about you or ya fans.

    i chill with more breezies than you have commenters co-signing ya ‘nah residential’ wave. which is many but being we all supposed ‘males’, still laps w/e effect i think you have here. nvmnd landlords nah commenting tenets.

    and i STILL comment.

    smh

  25. landlord Says:

    ASHMI…

    STOP STEALING AD MONEY

    its not very nice

  26. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    @Land, these niggas are too gangster for 9:45 in the morning. I’m three songs in and all these cats are doing is killing and fucking niggas up with car clubs.

    ——–

    who dat?

    ^Danny Brown – Detroit State of Mind 4

  27. cOLD Says:

    shit is wack.

    ^ it is but theres a way to beat eskay at his own game… Device manager, pointing devices etc…

  28. S.I.C.K.VET Says:

    “I got a mob of gorrillas,tactics all guerilla”

    In the game I`m a pillar,I`ll knock your earth off-kilter”-SICK

  29. landlord Says:

    ^Danny Brown – Detroit State of Mind 4

    —————

    you do know that killing and clubbing niggas cars happens in Detroit, right?… (c) plug

    LOL…maybe you should have listenend to The Hybrid first…

  30. Slow Ur Roll, Know Ur Roll Says:

    DC (District of Chase) Says:

    ^^^^ Young Chris hosted by Don Cannon Network 2

  31. Slow Ur Roll, Know Ur Roll Says:

    1. Fresh New Tracks Says:
    May 26th, 2010 at 12:52 am
    This week, I thought I would share my thoughts on an artist that is as talented as he is paradoxical. With Teflon Don dropping July 6th, Rick Ross is currently one of the most anticipated artists in the game. He’s also one of the most controversial figures because of his prior association with law enforcement. In 2001 when “Hustlin” dropped, it climbed up the charts and became a street anthem that could get the most hardened of “D-Boys” nodding their heads. Ross’s popularity, however, was largely rooted in facade. A self constructed image that gave the impression that he was perhaps biggest drug trafficker in Miami. In reality, Rick Ross’s name was borrowed from “Freeway Rick Ross”, one of LA’s most notorious drug dealers of all time.
    After a picture of Rick Ross in a police uniform surfaced, he lost major credibility amongst hip-hop fans and found himself in a messy showdown with one of hip-hop’s biggest heavyweights, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. Ross was publicly humiliated by 50’s camp and the facts of Mr. Roberts’s life began to get in the way of his career. Surprisingly, despite his loss of credibility “Deeper Than Rap” sold 158,000 copies in its first week and debuted number 1 for the second time in a row. It received critical acclaim and is regarded as a classic album amongst many hip-hop connoisseurs. What are we to make of this apparent Ross paradox?
    Impenetrability of image, that old signal of hip-hop authenticity, somehow no longer seems to count. Like all great pop music, rap is now theater, and Rick Ross seems to simply be playing a character. Though his life beyond rap has been used against him, Ross still teases about an unknowable dark side that leaves questions unanswered and his believability open to interpretation.
    When asked of his employment on the side of the law, Ross said, “The truth is more sinister than the obvious,” suggesting an undisclosed layer to his time there. Whether you believe him or not, you just can’t deny the music. If albums were all that mattered, Rick Ross would be on top of the game. However, in today’s hip-hop world though, we’ve learned that it is much “Deeper Than Rap”. Come July 6th, my bets are on Ross to deliver a body of work that was better than his last. You can just call it, “National Bawse Day”.
    And yeah, I wrote this w/ the help of Nah Right.
    ^^^^^^^Articles about police????? NOT HIP-HOP

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