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DJ Khaled Feat. Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Plies & T-Pain
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
Lil Wayne Feat. Christina Milian
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.
T-Boz Feat. Lil Wayne
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".
Lil Wayne Feat. Flow
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.
Take Kare (Remix)
Last week we gave you a new Bukkweat Bill track called "Aggressive", and we follow it up this week with another exclusive from the Florida rapper. The Relax Gang head honcho gives us a wild remix of Young Thug and Lil Wayne's "Take Kare" where he definitely goes off. Bukk always goes pretty hard, but he brings the bars for sure on his newest cut, and Weezy and Thugger would be proud.
La La La
Weezy F season seems to be in full effect, despite the rapper postponing his highly anticipated album Tha Carter V until December. Nonetheless the rapper has been on a hot streak with his verses, whether on featured appearances or his own tracks.
After That (No Tags)
Future Feat. Lil Wayne
A week or so removed from his recent mixtape, Monster, Future decides to give us the greenlight to release a non-tagged up version of his collaboration with Lil Wayne, "After That." The song is produced by TM88 and Southside of 808 Mafia, and was definitely a stand-out record on the Monster project. Download available.
Let Me Through (Tags)
T-Pain Feat. Lil Wayne
On Tuesday, T-pain made his way by the Sway in the Morning Show to promote his Happy Hour: The Greatest Hits LP that’s available now on iTunes.
Lil Wayne Feat. The Lox
Lil Wayne’s Carter V just saw a recent set back, so Weezy decided to keep the fans happy tonight and release a public service announcement on the status of the album, as well as this new song called “Gotti” featuring The Lox (Jadakiss & Styles P).
Future Feat. Lil Wayne
As planned, Future just dropped off his new mixtape tonight called Monster, and while we already heard two records off it previously, we just had to share this lone feature from YMCMB boss Lil Wayne titled “After That”.
Nicki Minaj Feat. Lil Wayne, Drake & Chris Brown
Nicki Minaj teased us with the cartoonified cover art for her new single "Only" on the weekend, featuring an all-star line-up of Lil Wayne, Drake and Chris Brown. Today we get the new single which was premiered on iHeart Radio. It's a definite radio-friendly banger, although, it's the clean version for now.
About The Money (Remix)
T.I. Feat. Young Thug, Lil Wayne & Jeezy
Tip and the official Grand Hustle DJ, DJ MLK, have given DJ Whoo Kid the green light to let go the official remix of T.I.'s lead Paperwork single "About The Money." The original cut featured Young Thugga, but now we've got Lil Wayne and Jeezy thrown into the mix.
Young Thug Feat. Lil Wayne
Well the wait is over. After much anticipation we finally have the first ever collaboration between Young Thug & Lil Wayne. Produced by London On Da Track, the anticipated record is called "Take Kare" and will be featured on the upcoming Rich Gang 2 compilation which is due out later this Fall.
Duffle Bag Boy
Playaz Circle Feat. Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz would go on to do plenty of collaborations, but this "Duffle Bag Boy" was the first big one, and it came back when Chainz was still Tity Boi. Playaz Circle scored a hit with this one, with Wayne delivering arguably one of his all time best hooks.
Yo Gotti Feat. Lil Wayne & Ludacris
Yo Gotti's latest single, "Errrbody", has been gaining momentum in the streets these past few weeks, but now its really about to blow up. Tonight, Noisey comes through to premiere the song's official remix featuring Lil Wayne & Ludacris, and its dope!
Fuck Yo Feelings
The Game Feat. Lil Wayne & Chris Brown
The Game's steadily been dropping material from his Blood Money posse's upcoming compilation Year Of The Wolf, and today we receive what is certainly the biggest track we've heard from the project. "Fuck Yo Feelings" features Lil Wayne and Chris Brown.
DJ Mustard Feat. Boosie Badazz, Lil Wayne, Big Sean & YG
Not to be outdone by DJ Khaled's "Hold You Down," DJ Mustard returns with a mega-collaboration of his own. Featuring the all-star lineup of Lil Wayne, Lil Boosie, YG, and Big Sean, "Face Down" sports yet another bass-heavy instrumental courtesy of Mustard himself.
Lil Wayne Feat. Drake
Well that was quick. We just posted up the official single artwork for this new record "Grindin" off Lil Wayne's highly anticipated upcoming album Tha Carter V, and a half an hour later the full song has been released.
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
Nicki Minaj Feat. Lil Wayne
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.