Lil Wayne Songs

  • Believe Me (Freestyle)
    Believe Me (Freestyle)
    Ace Hood's spent the majority of 2014 making "Beast Mixes" of popular tracks, showing his lyrical dexterity by destroying the hottest songs of the year. He's already torn apart "Chi-Raq," "0 To 100" and "No Flex Zone," and now he's lined up Drake and Lil Wayne's "Believe Me" to knock down with his verbal antics.
  • Can't Stop Won't Stop
    Can't Stop Won't Stop
    Nicki Minaj's debut mixtape Playtime Is Over dropped on July 5th seven years ago, giving us our first glimpse into the Young Money signee who would soon take over the radio. This past week Nicki took to Instagram to reveal she wasn't even aware that her tape's 7-year anniversary had passed, apparently the fans pointed it out to her.
  • Krazy
    After giving us a quick teaser the other night in his latest episode of Weezy Wednesdays, Lil Wayne returns just 24 hours later to drop off the full version of his newest Carter V leak “Krazy”.
  • Think I'm Lyin
    Think I'm Lyin
    Super Hood, aka Hood, is a new rapper from Dallas, Texas who just happened to nab features from Lil Wayne and Tyga for his new single "Think I'm Lyin." The song serves as the first cut off his upcoming mixtape Kitchen 24, and also made it onto Stevie J's new compilation mixtape, Appreciation 7: It's Just A Vibe, which dropped today.
  • Buy The World
    Buy The World
    Before the weekend started we received a snippet of Mike WiLL Made It's new single "Buy The World" with a line-up consisting of Weezy F, Future and Kendrick Lamar. The full version has arrived a day, and it does not disappoint despite being the clean version (for now). Mike WiLL changes up production style for this one, going a more experimental different direction than the trap-pop "23" with Miley Cyrus, Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa. 
  • Buy The World
    Buy The World
    Mike WiLL Made It released a slew of huge singles last year, including Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop", Future's "Sh!t", and his own "23". Still, it seemed that the producer had something big in the works that he was preparing to unleash on the world.
  • Good
    Rocko just hit us with a brand new single enlisting Lil Wayne for a verse, "Good." The track was just premiered by XclusivesZone, and is currently up for purchase on iTunes.
  • Thug Cry (Remix)
    Thug Cry (Remix)
    Vado's been taking a liking to Lil Wayne's recent material in the past few weeks. After freestyling over Weezy and Drake's Boi-1da and Vinylz-produced "Believe Me" beat last week, the Harlem MC has just shared a "Street Mix" of Rick Ross and Lil Wayne's "Thug Cry."
  • D'usse
    Well that didn't take long. After giving us a preview earlier this morning, Lil Wayne comes through with his brand new song "D'usse", off his upcoming Carter V album. Tunechi provides that vicious flow from his mixtape days that we all grew to love, while tackling this triumphant, piano-inspired production from Lee Major of the Nasty Beatmakers. He also gives Hov a shout out, which is almost mandatory with a title like "D'usse".
  • Believe Me
    Believe Me
    Well here ya go fam! Lil Wayne has went ahead and debuted the first single off Carter V with "Believe Me", featuring Drake.  Tackling the dope production from Vinylz & Boi-1da, Weezy & Drake celebrate the success of their squad and let everyone know who's still on top. Drizzy even pledges his loyalty to Tunechi and issues a warning to anyone who has a problem with YMCMB. Drizzy raps, “That’s the man that put me in this shit / If a nigga fuck wit’ ‘em I put ‘em down quick / Got a verse for anybody who wanna talk about the clique.”
  • Moment (CDQ)
    Moment (CDQ)
    While we've already heard most of the bigger tracks off the upcoming Young Money: Rise Of An Empire album, including Drake’s “Trophies”, “We Alright”, "Senile", and Nicki's "Lookin Ass Nigga". One track many fans were anxiously waiting for was Lil Wayne’s s
  • Moment
    The Young Money: Rise Of An Empire album has a somewhat lacklustre tracklist, with only 12 tracks and most of the features going to the likes of Lil Twist and Gudda Gudda.
  • 9 Piece (Remix)
    9 Piece (Remix)
    Rick Ross is dropping his sixth studio album, Mastermind, next week, and in celebration, we're looking back on a classic cut from the MMG Bawse. Rozay and Lil Wayne have had a few solid collaborations, including "Maybach Music 2", "John" and the brand new, Souls Of Mischief-sampling "Thug Cry", but we're gonna revisit the remix to Ross' street anthem "9 Piece" today.
  • Senile
    Over the weekend Tyga kept us busy with two new leaks off the upcoming Fan Of A Fan 2 project with Chris Brown, "Do It" and "Bitches" and today he's back with his YMCMB family for the leak "Senile", with
  • Where Da Cash At
    Where Da Cash At
    The other day this track randomly popped up on shuffle, and it felt like a good track to use as a throwback record this Thursday, especially since we just received news of Remy Ma's return to the world. Papoose announced during a live show that Remy will be released from prison in July.
  • Danny Glover (Remix)
    Danny Glover (Remix)
    Nicki Minaj is the latest rapper to freestyle over Young Thug's absurdist club anthem, "Danny Glover". The track has already been co-signed by Kanye West and Drake, and been remixed by Waka Flocka. Nicki is a good match for the track, bringing an animated delivery, along with some melodic chops. Thug's dream is to collaborate with Lil Wayne--an artist whose weirder moments the ATL rapper has definitely borrowed from--and this mix may be one step closer to realizing that goal. Quotable lyrics:
  • My Nigga (Remix)
    My Nigga (Remix)
    Well here's a treat for ya. YG decides to drop off the official remix to his huge street anthem "My Nigga". The West Coast rapper enlists Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, Rich Homie Quan, and Nicki Minaj to go in over the DJ Mustard-produced single. A must-listen here fam! YG's debut album, My Krazy Life, drops on March 18th.  Quotable Lyrics:
  • We Alright
    We Alright
    The Young Money crew just announced a new compilation album in the works, Rise Of An Empire, and with that news they've released the first leak off it which features Weezy, Birdman and Euro, "We Alright." This Young Money compilation will follow up 2009's We Are Young Money. Euro is a new YMCMB signee who comes from Providence, Rhode Island. Digging this collaboration?
  • Karate Chop (Remix)
    Karate Chop (Remix)
    Stream Karate Chop (Remix), the newest drop from Young Buck. The cut was released on Friday, January 3rd, 2014. Young Buck continues to impress with each new leak, and Karate Chop (Remix) is no exception. It's strengthens Young Buck's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Young Buck's next offering.
  • Holiday
    "Holiday" is the latest release from YMCMB artist Chanel West Coast, which finds her breaking down her lavish, hedonistic lifestyle as well as her tendency to behave as though every day were a special occasion. The cut was produced by Rich Skillz. Can you dig it?  Quotable Lyrics
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