Top Lil Wayne Songs
The top Lil Wayne songs tend to have emerged during his "The Carter" series of albums, and beyond. Wayne's lyricism has steadily improved year after year, at a rate that was unexpected after hearing his much simpler wordplay. These top Lil Wayne songs are proof of an exciting thought - that his best is probably still yet to come.
- "A Milli" With its stripped-down, hypnotic production centered around deep bass, drums, and a vocal sample scatting on top, "A Milli" makes room for Lil Wayne's words to ring loud and clear. The privileges of being a millionaire-and a famous one at that-are the primary objectives of the song's subject matter. Wayne gets right to the point with phrases like: "Tougher than Nigerian hair, My criteria compared to your career just isn't fair."
- "Mrs. Officer" Lil Wayne has fun with the opposite sex, one that happens to wear a badge. Over a soothing, soulful sanctuary of sound, Wayne makes plenty of intimate references using police terminology. He makes any guy want to get pulled over on a Friday night.
- "6 Foot 7 Foot" Lil Wayne shares a chaotic concoction of vocal sound bites, thunderous bass and drums with Cory Gunz, a lyrical giant in his own right. If you need an introduction on how to brag, these two will heighten your imagination's capabilities. This song is like trying to watch five cartoons at the same time, with all the boring parts edited out.
- "Go DJ" Wayne pays tribute to long-time producer of many Cash Money Records, Mannie Fresh. Wayne's words are once again bolstered by earth-shattering bass that is perfect for your car system of choice. Speaking of which, Wayne clearly enjoys driving Bentleys when he says: "And I move like the Coupe thru traffic, Rush hour GT Bent' roof is absent".
- "Mr. Carter" When two incredible rappers share the same last name, "Carter", like Lil Wayne and Jay-Z, you are going to get a fitting collaboration. Jay-Z has surely seen his own share of jealousy and success as he sums up his past experiences. Even the four seasons are accused of treason by Lil Wayne: "Man, I got Summer hatin' on me cause I'm hotter then the Sun, Got Spring hatin' on me cause I ain't never sprung, Winter hatin' on me cause I'm colder than ya'll, And I would never, I would never, I would never fall."