Lil Wayne Songs
- I Like Tuh (Remix)In February, DJ Carnage released a banger featuring ILoveMakonnen, "I Like Tuh." Makonnen often receives mixed reviews from users on HNHH, but this record was pretty well-received-- it's not hard to see why, the beat is catchy. Today Carnage brings us back to the song, with the addition of Lil Wayne and Bay Area spitter G-Eazy on the official remix.
- Make It Rain (Remix)Scott Storch's name is back in the headlines again, but not for the best reasons. The super-producer has had a rough few years, but while the recent news that he's declared bankruptcy makes it seem as though he's still struggling, Storch's career is on a steady up-turn.According to the legendary beatmaker, he's not only clean, but he's got collaborations with Rick Ross and Chris Brown on the way. The thought of a Storch renaissance had us revisiting some of his classic productions, and we landed on Fat Joe's stacked "Make It Rain" remix for this week's throwback track.
- Do ItO.T. Genasis' upcoming mixtape, the DJ Drama-produced Rhythm & Bricks, will determine if the internet is still in love Genasis as much as it is in love with the CoCo. Genasis just dropped the tape's lead single "Do It," and Lil Wayne threw Genasis a major bone by showing up with an extended verse.
- Hot Boy (Remix)Yesterday, we heard Lil Wayne reminisce of his beginnings in the iconic Cash Money group, the Hot Boys, and now Juvenile and Turk have joined him on a new remix of Bankroll Fresh's record celebrating the group. Wayne's verse is left intact, and it's not clear whether this is an official remix, or something Juvie and Turk stitched together in a bout of inspiration last night, but either way, it's the closest thing we're getting to a Hot Boys reunion (B.G. is still behind bars).
- Off The Rip (Freestyle)French Montana's "Off The Rip" has gradually gained steam in New York, and the sudden passing of Chinx has only made it ring out louder. Apparently, it caught Lil Wayne's ear, as it's one of two instrumentals he decided to bless with a freestyle on the new Stevie J mixtape, Appreciation 8.While he took over Bankroll Fresh's "Hot Boy" entirely, here Weezy shows up for the last 16, but he makes sure to ride things out in a blistering fashion. With teh same vigor we heard on his "M'$" verse, Wayne proves he's not done killing instrumentals just yet.
- Hot Boy (Freestyle)Lil Wayne has been in the game long enough that he's inspired many of the rappers currently coming up, and many of them aren't shy to pay tribute. Atlanta's Bankroll Fresh has named his last two mixtapes after Weezy's iconic Cash Money group, the Hot Boys. Today, Wayne shows Fresh he's been watching with a freestyle over the titular track.
- FiremanLil Wayne has had a rough year. After the rapper's long-awaited Carter V album continued to suffer delays, he decided to go to war with his label, but so far, the album is still out of sight. Weezy has announced what sounds to be a free independent project called FWA (Free Weezy Album), and just yesterday, we got the first taste of the project, "Glory".
- GloryDuring our recent interview with A$AP Rocky, he spoke on his collaboration with Lil Wayne, "M'$." Rocky expressed his awe at Wayne's verse, saying it recalled the mixtape Weezy days. The Wayne hot streak continues today as the rapper takes to TIDAL to drop a new record, "Glory," off his forthcoming Free Weezy Album.
- How Many TimesSince DJ Khaled dropped the all-R&B remix of "Hold You Down" in November, we haven't heard a peep from his upcoming album I Changed A Lot until today. Here's another classically star-studded Khaled joint called "How Many Times." It features Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Big Sean.