Lil Wayne Songs

  • Vamonos
    The last we heard from YT Triz was last summer's Tale From Crime Hill mixtape, which featured "How Can I Lose" with Bobby Shmurda. Now, the Orlando rapper returns in grand fashion, getting both Rick Ross and Lil Wayne on his latest track, "Vamonos".
  • Me U & Hennessy (Remix)
    Me U & Hennessy (Remix)
    Lil Wayne's unmistakable voice made an appearance the end of the video for DeJ Loaf's steamy slow jam “Me U & Hennessy,” portending a Weezy remix just around the corner. Indeed, two days later our wishes came true.
  • Fuck Up Some Commas (Remix)
    Fuck Up Some Commas (Remix)
    Ever since Lil Wayne revealed Birdman was fucking up his commas, he's increased his independent output as a campaign to be "freed" from his deal with Cash Money records. After giving us Sorry 4 The Wait 2, he's been preparing his new album, FWA, which he claims to be his best work yet.
  • Smuckers
    When we first got word of the features on Tyler, the Creator's new album Cherry Bomb, the two names that stuck out the most were obviously Kanye West and Lil Wayne. Then rumors circulated saying they'd be on the same track, and, indeed, "Smuckers" is now here, featuring both Yeezy and Weezy. 
  • Kissin On My Tattoos (Remix)
    Kissin On My Tattoos (Remix)
    Its a New Orleans affair as Lil Wayne and August Alsina link up for the remix to "Kissin On My Tattoos".
  • Find You
    Find You
    There was a time when Plies was more known for his music than for entertaining tweets like this one and one. He had a hot streak back then with back to back gold-selling albums and a series of hit singles geared towards his female audience like "Shawty" with T-Pain and "Bust It Baby (Part 2)" with Ne-Yo.
  • Amazing Amy
    Amazing Amy
    Lil Wayne began his "Free Carter V" campaign with the release of Sorry 4 The Wait 2, but things got a little more serious with news breaking today that Weezy is preparing to sue Cash Money label head (and father figure) Birdman for $8 Million over the delay.
  • HollyWeezy
    We're a few days removed from Lil Wayne's Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape, but we're highlighting a few tracks today, 'cause Friday. It's usually slow on Friday in terms of songs, but either way people will probably be bumping S4TW2 all weekend. "HollyWeezy" is one of the stand-out cuts from the mixtape, and quickly became a fan-favorite.
  • Drunk In Love
    Drunk In Love
    Lil Wayne's Sorry 4 The Wait 2 finally impacted on Tuesday of this week, and fans devoured it immediately. The project which follows up 2011's Sorry 4 The Wait maintained the same structure, with a slew of freestyles over 2014's hottest beats. Weezy put his own touch on each record though; he turned the hook on O.T.
  • Used To
    Used To
    Lil Wayne just dropped off his Sorry 4 The Wait 2 mixtape moments ago, and as expected, it finds Tune going over some of last year’s hottest instrumentals, including “Coco”, “No Type”, “Try Me”, and even Shmurda’s “Hot N*gga”.
  • Fingers Hurting
    Fingers Hurting
    Lil Wayne teased his freestyle to iLoveMakonnen's street anthem, "Maneuvering" earlier today, and now he's given us the full version of the Sorry 4 The Wait 2 track. The mixtape -- which will find him rapping over various hot instrumentals as he did on some of his best work (Dedication 2, Drought 3, etc.) -- is due out this Tuesday, and is already confirmed to feature remixes of Future's "Sh!t" and Makonnen's "Tuesday".
  • Fuck Food
    Fuck Food
    I was feeling some Tech N9ne this morning so decided to return to his 2011 album All 6's And 7's for today's Throwback Thursday cut. Both Weezy F and T-Pain are experiencing a career resurgence of sorts lately, at least, they've been impressing with their music, so it is fitting they are both featured here. Ninna is also experiencing a career peak (although we can't say he's ever been on a decline) after earning $8 million last year and making it on to Forbes' Hip-Hop Cash Kings list- not a bad feat for an underground and independent rapper.
  • Sh!t
    Here it is. After hearing a snippet earlier today, Lil Wayne delivers his word and drops off the full version of his “Sh!t” freestyle.
  • Power
    No Limit and Cash Money were two of the most influential labels in not only southern rap, but hip hop in general. Master P and Lil Wayne, who have come to represent the face of each respective label, have decided to make history today by coming together for the first time on a brand new song.
  • Let Me Thru (CDQ)
    Let Me Thru (CDQ)
    Remember how fire "Can't Believe It" was? How about "Got Money"? Well, the team behind those hits, T-Pain and Lil Wayne, are back with a new single entitled "Let Me Thru." After we got a radio rip last month, Nappy Boy Records have shared a CDQ on their SoundCloud. 
  • Weezy & Birdman (CA$H MONEY DREAMS)
    Weezy & Birdman (CA$H MONEY DREAMS)
    If you need a song about a current event in hip-hop, Just-Ty is your man. After his track "Chain Reaction (Migo Gossip)" dropped just days after Quavo got his chain snatched in Washington DC, the DC native now releases a track about Lil Wayne and Birdman on the day that a rift between them began showing. 
  • Welcome To My Hood
    Welcome To My Hood
    If you're on HNHH daily you've probably seen DJ Khaled YMCMB Savior beg us at least once to put a DJ Khaled throwback this week. He was really persistent, even other commenters started asking on his behalf, so we obliged.
  • Start A Fire
    Start A Fire
    Just under an hour after he debuted the song live at the American Music Awards, Lil Wayne returns to our front page with the official release of his new Carter V record "Start A Fire." Featuring Weezy's ex-or-maybe-current flame Christina Milian, the track finds the former Fireman meeting his match, a "hot girl" that makes him want to settle down. The song is now available on iTunes for those among us who still like to purchase singles legally. Otherwise, be sure to buy Tha Carter V when it hits stores on December 9th.
  • Rebel Yell
    Rebel Yell
    T-Boz, who was one third of the holy R&B trinity known as TLC has yet to release a solo album in wake of the group's end, but she did have something planned around 2009. A couple of years ago we heard a snippet from those sessions, and as of today we have the full recording of "Rebel Yell".
  • Off Day
    Off Day
    Lil Wayne's just dropped a new track from Tha Carter V. It's called "Off Day" and was produced by X Fyle. Featuring a guest verse from a Young Money artist named Flow, it's a bouncy track that should appeal to fans of Weezy F. Baby's older material. Even with an interpolation of iLoveMakonnen's "Tuesday" forming the song's hook and heavy use of autotune, this is prime Wayne. Flow puts in callbacks to Wayne's Hot Boys days, and Tune's voice rises in intensity towards the end of the song in very Young Thug-esque fashion.
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