Lil’ Wayne “Sorry 4 The Wait 2″ Highlights + “Amazing Amy” feat. Migos

Sure Lil’ Wayne-as-lead-artist dropping an essential cut felt like it became a sort of lost art eons ago, with the rapper seeming to have reached a point where he just doesn’t care about the game anymore, one foot and a couple toes of his other foot resting dreams of retirement. But nostalgia for dude’s spectacular…

Busta Rhymes featuring Q-Tip, Lil’ Wayne & Kanye West “Thank You”

While everything about Busta Rhymes‘ most recent single “Twerk It” initially felt like it was going to lead to a strong comeback-of-sorts for the emcee–what with its noteworthy assists from hotter-than-hot-right-now figures Pharrell on production and Nicki Minaj on what became the single’s official version, a riff on the suddenly mainstream (thanks to Miley) twerking…

Lil’ Wayne featuring Chance The Rapper “You Song”

It’s hard to imagine now that there ever was a time when a Lil’ Wayne ramble was one of the best things to emerge out of hip hop. These days, we get Weezy loosely stringing together a bunch of occasionally sharp one-liners/ metaphors to an endless stream of tireless oral sex-themed lines, and it’s safe…

Timbaland featuring Lil’ Wayne, Missy Elliott & T-Pain “The Party Anthem”

What better way is there to kick off a new year than with a new Timbaland/ Missy record? The #TimboGiftBag freebie offering “The Party Anthem” may only be a rescued-from-the-vault “unreleased” joint, but, moreso than the mild two singles Elliott dropped last year, it bulges better with the type of left-field hip hop flavor that…

T.I. featuring Lil’ Wayne “Ball”

The run-up to the release of T.I.‘s eighth studio effort Trouble Man has been an excruciatingly lengthy one; if you recall, the set’s earliest promo cut, the B.o.B collaboration “We Don’t Get Down Like Y’all”, first hit digital retailers waaaaaay back in August of last year, and since then, alongside the occasional cameo appearance, the…

Juvenile featuring Lil’ Wayne & Birdman “Picture Perfect”

As ready as we are for Lil’ Wayne to put the mic down, skateboard his heart out, then make a (hopefully) triumphant return to the game down the line when he gets re-inspired, we gotta admit, being old heyday Cash Money fans, not even a sub-par Weezy verse could keep us from speed-clicking to check…

Future featuring Lil’ Wayne “Turn On The Lights”

Judging by it’s steady rise up the charts, we’re not the only ones who can’t get enough of Future‘s “Turn On The Lights”. The latest in a solid string of singles (following “Tony Montana” and “Magic”, and the ridiculously catchy street corner banger “Same Damn Time”) that have helped the Auto-Tune-loving Atlanta emcee/ “singer”‘s mixtape-to-official…