Lil Wayne continues to release new episodes of his Young Money Radio show every Friday with Beats 1.
In the latest episode, Weezy was joined by 50 Cent, , Naomi Campbell, Dustin Poirier, and Taquarius Wair.
50 Cent appeared on the song “The Woo” from Pop Smoke’s posthumous album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon, which arrived on Friday. Compton breakout star Roddy Ricch also guested on the single. During his conversation with the Young Money honcho, Fif shared some interesting personal sentiments on snitching and hypocrites in hip-hop as well. The Power star didn't specifically name-drop, but gave a few hints that led some people to believe he was referencing Meek Mill and Rick Ross. "If you said to me — I'm not going to say who I'm talking about, right," 50 said. "I'm just gonna say, if you represent prison reform, how do you sign to a correctional officer and you managed by a snitch? Help me, help me with this, man. I just look at certain shit and I go, 'Wait, how is that?"
Elsewhere in the episode, Wayne featured more special guests.
Lately, Wayne's Young Money Radio segments have been particularly impactful. For episode 7, he discussed his conflicting thoughts about the police. He reflected on an officer rescuing him when he accidentally shot himself as a 12-year-old, but the rapper’s native New Orleans stomping grounds had a hostile police force presence when he was young. Weezy has recently hosted Killer Mike, Washington D.C Mayor Muriel Bowser, Chris Paul, Snoop Dogg, Bun B, Stephen Jackson, Usher, Mannie Fresh, Juelz Santana, Nicki Minaj, T-Pain, Damian Lillard, and more during his last few episodes as well.
On Friday, Wayne’s Free Weezy Album was released for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music, as a celebration of its five year anniversary on July 4. The project was only previously available on TIDAL.