Hip Hop Week In Review: Lil Wayne, Rap Battle from the Movie "the Body" And 50% "Power"
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HipHopDX – This week in Hip Hop, Lil Wayne was hospitalized after enduring several attacks in a Chicago hotel room on Sunday (3 September) and was released shortly after. The Eminem-produced rap battle of the film Body made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival with much fanfare and the 50% repair the damage with STARZ on Power, announcing that there will be less of a wait to see your fifth season.
Lil Wayne won't let A Couple of Seizures Phase Him
On Sunday (September 3), Lil Wayne suffered multiple seizures and was found on the floor of his Chicago hotel room. After being admitted to the hospital, he was released with the suggestion of him to reduce the speed of the doctors.
Wayne's daughter Reginae Carter took to Twitter following the terrifying news to assure fans that his Father was doing well. Weezy was originally scheduled to lead the the Payment of Dues Hip Hop Festival in Los Angeles on the 16 of September, which has since been postponed.
Despite the assertions of its most recent episode being linked to his love for lean, Tunechi's manager Cortez Bryant told TMZ that it was due to their relentless schedule and not enough sleep.
"He is a workaholic," Bryant said to TMZ. "That is what made him to where his is now, man. He is in the studio all the time trying to make music."
Grammy Award-winning producer Scott Storch posted a picture of the two again in the study, which confirms Bryant's words.
My child back in Miami @liltunechi is now healthy and we're doing some #of hits in Los Angeles 💯🎹🔥 @melyssa_lp 🙌
A post shared by Scott Storch (@scottstorchofficial) on Sep 7, 2017 at 2:08pm PDT
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Eminem-Produced Rap Battle Of The Film Body Is A Success
On Thursday night (September 7), the rap battle of the satire Body, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival to an audience of 1,200, and they apparently loved it.