On Tuesday in New York City, a judge [article id="1631576"]delayed Lil Wayne's prison sentencing[/article] until March, allowing the MC time to recover from dental surgery. Wayne's camp is obviously pleased they have been afforded a little more time to spend with their friend and mentor before he has to report to jail for a year.
"That's still a blessing, man," Tyga said. "He could spend more time with his family, get what he needs to get done.
"We talk about it all the time," Tyga said of Wayne's upcoming time in prison. "It's not really a subject that's gonna hurt us [Young Money artists] as much. We're used to being around Wayne all day, every day, and his work ethic, so we just look at it like we need to work harder. Even though we work very hard, we need to work harder. This man shot six videos in one day in, like, five hours. That was motivation — that was a lot of inspiration right there to see somebody do that."
Tyga is referring to Weezy's production spree over Super Bowl weekend, in which he [article id="1631607"]shot a total of nine videos[/article] in about 36 hours in Miami. The Cash Money/ Young Money family want to make sure the hub of their crew has plenty of visuals to tide the fans over while he is gone. Weezy also got in front of the cameras for two of Tyga's songs.
"We just shot a video for my single featuring Wayne, called 'I'm On It,' " Tyga explained. "That'll be coming out real soon. We got cameos from Drake, Juelz Santana was there — we did that. We did another song of mine that's on Birdman's album as well as my album — that's called 'Leave Home.' It's me and Wayne, featuring Birdman. That one's crazy too. Look for 'I'm On It,' that one's coming real soon. Wayne did a lot of videos in one day. We did what we needed to get done."