MGK and Waka go crazy on this joint as they take pride in their rebels selves. Kelly definitely brings forth a track to get turnt up to, but Waka goes in on his verse to the max.
A track from his most recent mixtape, Re-up, Waka has definitely risen the hip hop ranks and has no doubt embraced it. That’s certainly not hard to do when you are making paper like you’ve won the lottery! The Brick Squad rapper recalls he would’ve been try to rob people for such money, but now he’s rolling in it.
Waka Flocka Flame
Salute Me Or Shoot Me (2009)
Waka Flocka Flame turns into a genie here, offering wishes, but apart from that he’s no normal genie drinking his champagne and stealing your girl.
Grove St Party
The Brick Squad rapper paid homage to his Grove Street neighborhood, giving us all a party track we can get down to. This was the fourth single from Flockaveli, and was produced by a favorite of Waka’s, Lex Luger.
All I Need
Salute Me Or Shoot Me 3 (2011)
The Atlanta rapper slows it down here just a little bit here on this cut from his 2011 mixtape Salute Me Or Shoot Me 3. He questions the haters and remembers his homie Trap. Waka also proves that like many rappers, his ambition and criteria for the good life is sky high with his want for some bad-ass chicks, a blunt, a cup, a new foreign whip to name a few.
For My Dawgs
Waka Flocka shows his undeniable loyalty to his homeboys in this early track that appeared on his debut record, Flockaveli. The rapper definitely tells us what he is all about here. Be in no doubt, that when it comes to success, and protecting those he cares about, Waka will do whatever it takes.
Back in 2010, when Waka was on good terms with Gucci Mane, this was one of the first tracks that he featured on in the public domain. Albeit through a short verse, Waka helped make this banger with Soulja Boy and Gucci as they boast about their rides.
Rooster In My Rari
Triple F Life: Friends, Fans and Family (2012)
We’re pretty sure that Waka is not referring to chickens in his car on this track! Check out the video for that dope rooster getting down as well as some pretty hot ladies.
Mr Flockaveli himself dealt us the perfect stripper song here which was released as his third single. Using the help of Wale, and Roscoe Dash, he proved that to be impressed, he’s looking for a high calibre of a stripper, one where no hands are necessary. “No Hands” is probably Waka's biggest track to date.
Round of Applause
Triple F Life: Friends, Fans and Family (2012)
Waka sure does love strippers. He got together with Drizzy Drake to give us this hit as he appreciates those strippers who make their ass clap.
Hard In The Paint
“Hard In The Paint” no doubt helped add to Waka’s appeal, selling well over 2,000,000 copies. It also served popular amongst the industry as many other artists such as Ciara, and French Montana jumped onto remixes of the track. The video was filmed in the Jungles, Baldwin Village, LA and was shut down by the police whilst it was shot.
Snakes In The Grass
This track showed that Waka was well aware from the beginning that the game would bring some snakes. Here he calls out the police trying to chase him down for no good reason as well as those golddiggers.
Waka Flocka Flame is not in denial that he’s done some crazy things in his life and is well aware of karma. Here, he makes a plea to his lawyer to have his back, but this isn’t about to stop him from getting up to no good.
Luv Dem Gun Sounds
Showing his true gangster self, the Atlanta rapper tells the world about his love for guns sounds. As a warning to his enemies, he isn’t afraid to go to extreme measures on them.
Bustin At Em
Once, again Flocka lets us know his love for gun shots, on this opener for his Flockaveli album. Producers Lex Luger and Southside were behind this hard-hitting trap beat.
LeBron Flocka James 2 (2010)
Waka addresses those who frequently make up shit about him. But the ATL rapper shows no fear in front them, “I swear to God on Jesus Christ I don't fucking hear 'em”.
O Let’s Do It
Flockaveli (2010)/Single (2009)
“O Let’s Do It” was Flocka’s very first single from his debut album back in 2010. Lil Wayne later rapped over the beat on his No Ceilings mixtape.
This single helped Waka jump onto the scene with a bang, even being nominated for the BET Award for Best Club Banger.
Two Trap Kings got together here to give us a nasty track here. Waka opens up the first verse as both rappers show that they are willing to spare no prisoners in their gangster lifestyles.
Gudda Gudda and Waka rep'd their respective crews on this joint, shouting out to Brick Squad and Young Money. Both rappers used their verses to prove that they are the future of hip hop.
Obituary feat. Wooh Da Kid
From Roach To Rollies (2013)
Following his feud with former friend Gucci Mane, Waka made this diss track declaring the death of Gucci’s rap career. In the video Flocka takes it to Mane, by having an actor play him in an mental institution as he gets attacked with an ice-cream and beaten by Waka and Wooh.
Gunplay and Waka get together to do what they know best – bragging about their success and money. These guys ball real hard, as Waka drinks that Armand De Brignac - Ace of Spades like it is soda...we can only dream!
We celebrate the birthday of Waka Flocka Flame as we take a look back at some of his greatest tracks.
Today Juaquin James Malphurs known better to us as Waka Flocka Flame turns 28.
Waka has made quick progress in his career over recent years. The ATL rapper has been releasing music in the game since 2009, clocking up 11 mixtapes throughout the years as well as two studio albums and eight singles. His work has made a name for himself in trap as he consistently has kept his music focused on the genre.
We take a look at 21 tracks that have helped make Waka Flocka the rapper he is today.
Be sure to let us know your favorite Waka track in the comments!
Happy Birthday Waka Flocka!