Best Lil Wayne Songs of All Time!

#25. Believe Me ft. Drake – I remember thinking to myself in early 2014 (when this song came out) that for the first time ever the “roles were reversed” in Drake’s and Wayne’s relationship… Wayne needed Drake on this track way more then Drake needed to be featured on a Wayne track for the 100th time. That’s just an observation I made way back in 2014 when I was still painting condo’s for a living in this crazy 110 degree Fresno, California HEAT!!!… (it’s not 110 degree’s today, but back then i remember it being a “scorcher” almost every single day that summer. Sh*t was crazy or brazy depending on your preference…

#24. Shoot Me Down – “And I’mma do it again, Like n*gga backwards”… Barz!!!…

#23. Blunt Blowin – “I got the vision like a line between two dots”… Barz!!!…

#22. La La La- I have no idea if “La La La” is the actual name of the song I am referring to, or if it’s “La La” because Weezy has two separate songs with very similar titles. The sh*t’s “complex”, and i’m not referring to that huge website with a staff of 100+ people, who can’t make a decent hip hop list to save their lives… I’m talking about the actual word “complex” (definition: consisting of many different and connected parts)… Don’t get sh*t misconstrued…

#21. I Feel Like Dying – “I Feel Like Dying” is how I feel the exact moment I’m finished writing one of these lists… I swear, if I have to listen to one more “daddy reference” from Lil Wayne after I’m done with all of this, I’m going to seriously freak the f#ck out !!!…

#20. Shooter ft. Robin Thicke – I love some of lines in this track! This one in particular stands out… “And to the radio stations, I’m tired of being patient, Stop being rapper racists, region-haters, Spectators, dictators, behind door dick-takers. It’s outrageous! You don’t know how sick you make us. I want to throw it up like chips in Vegas, but this is Southern, face it. If we too simple, then y’all don’t get the basics”…  I’m not “crazy” about Robin Thicke’s contributions on this song though… It was a little too “lackadaisical” for my taste…

#19. Right Above It ft. Drake – Great instrumental! Yeah that’s all I have to say about this one…

#18. 6 Foot 7 Foot ft. Cory Gunz – Cory Gunz kills Wayne on this track! So much so that Wayne had to hide Cory’s verse towards the very end of this track to “keep face”… #hiphopconspiracy

#17. 3 Peat – This song represents a “victory lap” of sorts for Wayne. From 2005-2008, no one was “hotter” then Lil Wayne (no homo)… It really wasn’t till Weezy got out of prison in 2011  when his work and penmanship really went on a big decline…

#16. Mr. Carter ft. Jay-Z – Most of the time “dream collaborations” don’t pan out like you think they should… That is sorta true with track although it isn’t a bad song by any means. I definitely wouldn’t want to imply that at all because it’s clearly not (number 16 “hint” “hint”)…

#15. Drop the World ft. Eminem – Remember the Weezy “rock n’ roll” phase? Yup… Moving on…

#14. The Mobb – My favorite Lil Wayne track ever! It’s just an all around “filthy” track, and that is why i love this song so much…

#13. Where You At – Birdman J.R. verbally assaults this track! Seriously, the Birdman J.R. is a beast on this track, no question about it… On a side note… I wonder if hip hop nicknames have an expiration date’s? Like for example, will i be able to call Kendrick Lamar “Kong Fu Kenny” 20 years from now? Or will I have to call him Mr. Duckworth or some sh*t like that… I guess time will tell… Oh, and  i’m pretty sure that that “Birdman J.R.” nickname is expired now, just so you know…

#12. Hustler Musik – Am I the only one who really likes this track?…

#11. Leather So Soft ft. Birdman – I dedicate this part of the list to my mentor Miss Gladys… She taught me how to write these hip hop list, just about as well as she taught my fellow pupil Birdman to write rhymes, so obviously i’m incredibly thankful 🙂 …

#10. Got Money ft. T-Pain – I blame T-Pain for most of sh*t going on in today’s hip hop scene. Once people realized that they could make money in music with no discernible talent, sh*t started to go sideways real fast IMO, and T-Pain is the “poster child” of that sh*t…

#09. Like Father Like Son ft. Birdman – I could probably think of some more fulfilling “love experience’s” than a father and son, but to each their own…

#08. Lollipop (Remix) ft. Kanye West – I’ve always really enjoyed this track… No homo… Wayne and Kanye have great chemistry… No homo… I know this song isn’t the “hardest” rap song ever… No homo… But I feel like hip hop songs like this offer a different type of “experience” for rap fans… No homo… Some people may even prefer this over traditional rap experience’s… No homo… I’ll just stop opening my mouth now……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. No homo…

#07. Tha Block Is Hot – The production quality in some of those early Cash Money records were completely terrible. It really hurt a lot of those “Hot Boys” records in particular. We should’ve known that Birdman was a crook way back then…

#06. Stuntin’ Like My Daddy (Street Version) ft. Birdman – What is Weezy’s obsession with the word “daddy”? Did no one teach him that it’s okay to use words like “dad” or “father”? There’s no shame in that Wayne…

#05. Fireman – “The Carter 2” is the best Lil Wayne album ever made! The people who claim that “Da Drought 3” and “No Ceilings” are better projects need to get  a credit card, and “experience” some Lil Wayne music that isn’t free or on a mixtape… I’m sorry to break it to you, but “Swag Surfin” is not the pinnacle of Lil Wayne’s music catalog…

#04. Sky’s The Limit – Not quite as good as Biggie song with same title, but still a classic hip hop record non the less…

#03. A Milli – Does this song contain great lyricism? Probably not… So why put this song so high up on this list? Two words for ya… A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli…….(catches breath)…… A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli, A Milli……….The sh*ts contagious bruh…

#02. Best Rapper Alive – In 2005 you could legitimately make the argument that Wayne was the best rapper doing it… Jay-Z was retired, Eminem was on drugs, Nas was 4 years removed from the “Ether era”, and Kanye was dropping records like “Gold Digger” that weren’t “moving the culture”. Yup Wayne was on the “top” of the game during 2005, there’s zero doubt in my mind…

#01. Go Dj – With out question the best Lil Wayne song ever! There are a ton of memorable “quotable’s” on this song, and that’s from a rapper who isn’t generally known for his penmanship…


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