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Firstly, a Wayniac is a true and loyal Lil Wayne fan. If you listen carefully to each and every song where Lil Wayne raps, you will definitely hear a “lighter sound”. The events usually happen in this order just before Tune goes HAM in his verse;

*Lighter flick* …
*Inhale* …
*Beat drops* …
*Lil Wayne goes into beastmode*



#1. Nicki Minaj’s Unique Talents
Minaj did this magic and caught our attention, the tone was set for the entire video.


#2. The Group-Butt
In a video, why have just one butt performance when you can have many?


#3. The Chair Pose
The chair jiggle move shared amongst others makes us want to get up and join in.


#4. A Workout Move
All in the same music vid, Minaj demonstrated how she keeps her shapely body.


#5. The Floor Jiggle
Apparently this move is great for toning-up cellulite.


#6. The Above-Butt Move
Can you do this? Minaj puts Miley’s VMA twerking performance to shame. . .Astounding


#7. The Side-Butt
Wow, in an exotice jungle Minaj not only shows off her talents but her assets.


#8. The Butt-Test
We get the message: Keep your backend being the best it can be.










Drake vs Lil Wayne is an ongoing co-headlining concert tour by Canadian recording artist and rapper Drake and American rapper Lil Wayne. The tour is based on the fighting game Street Fighter, and supported by Capcom, the game’s creator.Each concert puts both rappers in a battle against each other in a Street Fighter-style battle to determine who is “the best rapper in the world”.


The starts on August 8th, 2014 and ends on September 27th, 2014 (Lil Wayne’s Birthday). The total number of shows is 31. The fans use an app which allows them to choose which artist performs first. The winner is chosen after the battle. The setlist below is representative of the first show in Darien Lake, New York. It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.

Opening Songs :
1. “Blunt Blowin ”
2. “We Be Steady Mobbin'”
3. “Draft Day”
4. “We Made It”
5. “The Language ”

Lil Wayne :
1. “Mr. Carter ”
2. “Money On My Mind”
3. “D’usse”
4. “Da Sky Is Da Limit”

Drake :
1. “Headlines ”
2. “Up All Night”
3. “Over ”
4. “Crew Love ”

Lil Wayne :
1. “Go DJ”
2. “Pop Bottles ”
3. “Hustler Musik ”
4. “Leather So Soft”
5. “Drop the World ”

Drake :
1. “Pop That ”
2. “All Me ”
3. “Versace (remix)”
4. “Own It”
5. “Find Your Love”
6. “Marvin’s Room”
7. “Hold On, We’re Going Home ”

Lil Wayne :
1. “How To Love ”
2. “I’m Single”
3. “Mrs. Officer”
4. “Every Girl”
5. “Lollipop”
6. “Make It Rain”

Drake :
1. “I’m on One” (Both)
2. “No New Friends”
3. “Love Me ” (Both)

Rap Battle :
1. “Bandz A Make Her Dance” – Lil Wayne
2. “No Lie ” – Drake
3. “Duffle Bag Boy ” – Lil Wayne
4. “Loyal ” – Lil Wayne
5. “Who Do You Love ” – Drake
6. “6 Foot 7 Foot” – Lil Wayne
7. “Rich As Fuck” – Lil Wayne
8. “Trophies ” – Drake
9. “Started from the Bottom ” – Drake
10. ” No Worries” – Lil Wayne
11. ” A Milli” – Lil Wayne
12. ” 0 To 100 ” – Drake
13. ” Worst Behavior ” – Drake

Drake and Lil Wayne :
1. “The Motto ” (Both)
2. “Grindin’ ” (Both)
3. “Believe Me ” (Both)
4. “HYFR ” (Both)

As I previously stated, the tour kicks off on Aug. 8 at the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center in Darien Center, N.Y. and will make stops in 31 cities across the United States. The dates and venues are listed below.


Aug. 08 Darien Center, NY
Darien Lake Performing Arts
Aug. 09 Noblesville, IN Klipsch
Music Center
Aug. 10 Tinley Park, IL First
Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
Aug. 12 Saratoga Springs, NY
Saratoga Performing Arts
Aug. 13 Hartford, CT XFINITY
Aug. 15 Cincinnati, OH
Riverbend Music Center
Aug. 16 Clarkston, MI DTE
Energy Music Theatre
Aug. 17 Burgettstown, PA First
Niagara Pavilion
Aug. 19 Forest Hills, NY Forest
Hills Tennis Stadium
Aug. 21 Camden, NJ
Susquehanna Bank Center
Aug. 25 Mansfield, MA Xfinity
Aug. 26 Holmdel, NJ PNC Bank
Arts Center
Aug. 27 Virginia Beach, VA Farm
Bureau Live at Virginia Beach
Aug. 29 Bristow, VA Jiffy Lube
Aug. 30 Charlotte, NC PNC
Music Pavilion
Aug. 31 Atlanta, GA Aaron’s
Amphitheatre at Lakewood
Sept. 03 West Palm Beach, FL
Cruzan Amphitheatre
Sept. 04 Tampa, FL
Sept. 06 Austin, TX Austin360
Sept. 07 Dallas, TX Gexa Energy
Sept. 10 Morrison, CO Red
Rocks Amphitheatre
Sept. 11 West Valley City, UT
USANA Amphitheatre
Sept. 13 Ridgefield, WA Sleep
Country Amphitheatre
Sept. 14 Auburn, WA White
River Amphitheatre
Sept. 16 Mountain View, CA
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Sept. 17 Wheatland, CA Sleep
Train Amphitheatre
Sept. 19 Irvine, CA Verizon
Wireless Amphitheatre
Sept. 20 Chula Vista, CA Sleep
Train Amphitheatre
Sept. 22 Los Angeles, CA
Hollywood Bowl
Sept. 25 Phoenix, AZ Ak-Chin
Sept. 27 Woodlands, TX The
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion



Here are 5 reasons you should be devastated if you missed “Drake vs. Lil Wayne”. On Monday, Drake and Lil Wayne played the Hollywood Bowl on the third-to-last (and arguably the biggest) stop of their Capcom-sponsored Drake Vs Lil Wayne tour. It was roughly two hours of deafening, mind-shattering awesomeness that you should be devastated about missing. Here are the 5 reasons ;

1. The whole show is modeled after Street Fighter.
The show is built on the premise of a competition between the two superstars with a first, second, and final round, with a winner chosen by the crowd at the end of the night. There are even some cool, rendered comic book visuals featuring both rappers as heroes in a fitting tale about master versus pupil.


2. You get to decide who goes on first, as well as who wins. That interactive aspect of the show may very well have been the coolest thing about it. Capcom produced the first Street Fighter video game in 1987, and also fashioned a smartphone app specifically for this tour. The show begins with a large LCD screen on the stage prodding all concert-goers to download the app and giving them time to do so. You’ll only use it twice; at the beginning to decide which of the two goes on first, and at the end to decide who wins. To do either you have to choose sides and then button-mash to send your rapper of choice a ‘power up’.The rapper with the most power ups wins. It’s kind of like a standard stadium noise meter, but way nerdier.


3. The banter between the two rappers was incredible.
The two artists traded hit songs all night, pulling from all over their catalogs, performing old songs and new. Drake established that he’s what’s hot right now with songs you can’t turn on the radio without hearing like “0 to 100/The Catchup” and “Worst Behavior”. He even brought out Wiz Khalifa to perform “We Dem Boyz.” Drake was convinced he would “roast” Wayne, much in the way that you’re convinced you can beat your dad in a fight if it came down to it. But Drake was underestimating Wayne’s old-man strength. Wayne, who was sure to highlight the “difference between hits and classics” performed both. He did “Lollipop,” “Got Money,” and even rapped his verse on “Loyal,” a song which Joel Embiid tweets about weekly. He also did cuts from earlier albums; classics like “Money on My Mind” and “Go DJ,” during which he barely even had to rap any of the words. Which brings us to the next thing.


4. “Mixtape Wayne” made an appearance.
“Mixtape Wayne” is a moniker that every rap fan knows. It denotes an alter ego from a time before his sixth solo album, Tha Carter III, when Wayne rapped like he was completely unconscious. No pen, no notepad, just ridiculous rhymes that jumped into his head while he was recording that barely made any sense, but somehow made the most sense at the same time. “Mixtape Wayne” announced his presence in the Hollywood Bowl on Monday, stating that his mixtapes have made him more money than we’ll ever know and that he’s “been doing this [expletive] since [Drake, formerly ‘Wheelchair Jimmy’ on Degrassi] was in the wheelchair.” He then launched into classics like “Wasted” from No Ceilings and “The Sky Is The Limit,” while the crowd rapped along, word for word.


5. Drake did very Drake-like things.
Drake is one of the most successful rappers there is, but his willingness to show emotional vulnerability has always made him the butt of jokes in the rap game. To his credit, he steers into the skid and totally owns it , but that doesn’t make things like being an overzealous hugger and using a lint roller courtside at a Raptors game for an inordinate amount of time this past year any less funny. While we laugh about things like that, every single one of us, man, woman, and bro were singing his biggest crossover single this year “Hold On We’re Going Home” to each other in shameless falsetto. Drake even performed “Marvin’s Room,” which is probably the most tender love ballad made by anyone who can call themselves a rapper ever. He glided over the crowd on what Wayne would subsequently refer to as a stripper pole while moon projections lit the backdrop. I overheard one guy sob to his friends two rows behind me, “I’m calling my ex right now.” Thank goodness it was pretty much impossible for anyone to get reception because we were all emotional wrecks.


Both were outstanding performers, but at the end of the night only one could be the victor, and Drake won, even though I voted the other way. Wayne feigned disappointment and told everyone he was renting his house in LA to Justin Bieber so he could “egg the whole neighborhood.” The two then performed their joint radio smash “Believe Me,” and an encore with “HYFR” while fireworks and confetti were flying all over the place before all of us, exhausted and completely content, herded toward the exits. You should have been there. The last two stops of the tour are on September 25th in Phoenix, AZ, and on September 27th in Houston, TX. Wayne has an album coming out on October 28th, titled Tha Carter V. Drake also has an album coming out, titled Views From The Six, with the release date yet to be determined.


The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 has a great price, runs Android 4.2.2, and comes with an 8-megapixel camera and extras like a TV remote. The phone’s large size makes it totally easy to use. Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 is just about your only choice for a jumbo-screen phablet under $200. It is currently the biggest smartphone in the industry with a display/screen size of 6.3 inches as the name suggests. It’s screen has a resolution of 1280 by 720 pixels. Enjoy the gallery and keep reading for the full review below.






Full Review
The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 has some similarities to the Galaxy S4 in terms of design,though its screen measures 1.3 inches larger than that of the current flagship, and it sacrifices a bit of power. Read on for my full review of Samsung’s massive smartphone, which I nicknamed “Galaxy Note II on steroids”.

The Mega 6.3 might be big, but it doesn’t pack the fastest and latest components on the market. The Galaxy S4 offers a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor, for example, while the Mega has a 1.7GHz dual-core processor. Instead of 2GB of RAM, the Mega 6.3 packs 1.5GB and it has an 8-megapixel camera instead of the 13 megapixel on the S4. It’s available with 8GB or 16GB of storage, though that’s expandable with a microSD card. Last but not least, it employs a TFT LCD display with a 1280 x 720-pixel resolution instead of the full 1080p HD SuperAMOLED screen that the Galaxy S4 offers.I had a black review unit and the back has the same finish as the glossy back on the Galaxy S4 with the same style print. I love the faux metal borders that run around the side, which add a first-class touch. Moving around the device, there’s a microUSB charging port on the bottom, a volume rocker on the left-hand side, a power button on the right-hand side and a 3.5mm headphone jack up top. There’s a microSD card slot for adding additional storage under the battery cover. I can’t knock the phone for having a massive display, I assume consumers know what they’re getting into before they buy it, and I actually enjoyed the big screen. I was worried that the 720p resolution wouldn’t look that great across the full 6.3-inches, but text and video looked truly amazing during my tests. The phone is so big that I didn’t use my iPad mini that often. That said, it could be a perfect option for anyone who is on the fence between buying either a phablet or a smartphone and a tablet. Now the big question: can it fit in your pocket? I wear regular jeans and the device was able to fit into my pocket without any issue at all.I did notice it felt super bulky once I sat down, however, and I often took it out while sitting at my desk. Overall, the hardware is good but not great.

The Galaxy mega 6.3 runs Android 4.2 and has a ton of the features that the Galaxy S4 offers, including AirView, DualView for running two apps at the same time, AirWatch and more. I really liked Samsung’s TouchWiz (though it’s not really referred to that anymore) user interface on the much larger screen. I usually install third-party launchers, but felt the software worked perfectly and used the device as intended. Something about seeing everything bigger added a fresh coat of paint to it for me. The software kept up well, even though the Mega 6.3 has a slower processor and less RAM than the Galaxy S4. I found it was quite adequate.There was some stuttering as I cruised through applications but apps loaded fine and played fine. You can run multiple apps, for sure, but you will likely need to do some app management so that you’re not running too many at once.

The 8-megapixel camera on the Galaxy Mega 6.3 snaps photos just fine.There’s also a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera for video chat which blew me away.

Call Quality and Data
Call quality was right on a par with what I’ve seen from other recent releases from Samsung, such as the Galaxy S4. The phone is so large that I found it almost creates an echo of your own voice while you’re talking. I found that the speakerphone wasn’t that loud, so you might want to use an external Bluetooth speaker if you’re frequently on conference calls using a speakerphone. Data was on a par with what I’ve seen from HSPA speeds.

Battery Life
Obviously with a massive screen battery life is always a concern; after all, displays drain the battery rather quickly. The Galaxy Mega 6.3 packs a large 3,200 mAh battery that easily got me through a full day of use. I took the Galaxy Mega 6.3 off the charger at about 7:30 a.m and used it to pull two email accounts all day, about an hour of phone calls, light gameplay and video viewing, more web browsing than usual because the screen is so large, and at around 11:30 p.m at night I still had about a 50 percent charge. I found that to be incredible and applaud Samsung on being able to achieve such a feat.

Final Thoughts
My rating of this phablet is. 9 out of 10. I’ve never had so many people stop and ask me as many questions about a test unit as I did with the Mega 6.3. Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3. I was often asked exactly what it was that I was carrying, so I know it has the ability to turn heads, and I liked that. A lot of people really appreciated the phone, especially because it’s so easy to read text, browse the web and see everything that smartphones have to offer on such a massive screen. If you want one of the biggest smartphones on the market with just a few hardware sacrifices, then the Galaxy Mega 6.3 should be at the top of your list. I’m definitely purchasing one for myself.


Nicki Minaj was full of surprises at this year’s iHeartRadio Music Festival. After performing certified chart hits like “Super Bass,” she segued into her fiery verse in Beyonce’s “Flawless” remix – only to run into technical difficulties, as her backing music cut off and then on again. “iHeartRadio, do we have a problem?” she said, before she took matters into her own hands by performing her verse a cappella.


Billboard‘s recap of the femcee’s set reads as follows : After slaying “Super Bass” and fan favorite “Beez In The Trap.”Nicki Minaj runs into technical;difficulties during her ferocious verse on Beyonce’s “Flawless” remix.
”iHeartRadio, do we have a problem?” Minaj says, before quickly clarifying, “no, I don’t mean you, I mean [the sound guys] in the back.” Seizing an opportunity to turn an audio gaffe into a triumph, Minaj decides to rock the rest of her “Flawless” verse a capella (surprise! It kills.) Nicki addressed the “audio gaffe” on her Instagram page writing : #Video #flawless by the way. that wasn’t part of the show. Lol. The music really cut off so I just decided to go a cappella #iHeartRadio#Vegas.

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