This is almost it; one day remains in A Year of Lil Wayne, which means that it's time to start looking back on everything we've learned over the past year. And what better way to look back on everything than with a dang list? There are quite a few lists of the best Lil Wayne songs floating around out there, but this is the most correct one. Why is it the most correct? Well, first of all because I spent a year thinking about the best Lil Wayne songs every single day.
Day 363: "Bling Bling (Radio Edit)" feat. Lil Wayne, Juvenile, and Big Tymers – B.G., Chopper City in the Ghetto , 1999"By the year 2000, Lil Wayne gon' tear this game up," Baby warns, editing his verse for the radio version to set up the next verse. And then, sure enough, there's Wayne, doing your main lady in a blue Navigat-ey. What else is there to say about "Bling Bling" that hasn't already been said? It is the foundational creed of Cash Money Records, an orienting landmark for rap itself.
Day 362: "Miss My Dawgs" – Tha Carter, 2004; "I Need a Hot Girl" – Hot Boys, Guerrilla Warfare, 1999; "Zip It" feat. B.G., Lil Wayne, and Juvenile – Turk, Louisianimalz Vol. 1, 2015On Tha Carter, in the midst of conquering the world and proving his mettle as a solo star, Lil Wayne gets sentimental on a song called "Miss My Dawgs." It's three verses, each dedicated to one of his fellow Hot Boys, B.G., Juvenile, and Turk.
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