'Tha Block Is Hot'
The lead single and title track from Lil Wayne's 1999 debut solo album sold over two million copies and was ranked No. 50 on VH1's list of the Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All Time.
This top Lil Wayne song was the first single from 2005's 'Tha Carter II.' The song became a source of controversy when rapper Drag-On accused Wayne of stealing his gimmick as "the fireman." The video was shot in New Orleans shortly after Hurricane Katrina.
'Drop The World'
Featuring Eminem, this was the third single and the most anticipated track from Wayne's latest album 'Rebirth'. Lloyd Banks and Birdman make cameo appearances in the video.
Jay-Z joined Lil Wayne on this track (they both share the same last name, but are not related). Even though this Lil Wayne song was not officially released as a single, it did garner a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Performance by a duo or group.
'Mrs. Officer' was the fourth single from Wayne's sixth studio album 'Tha Carter III.' The set became the top selling album of 2008 and won the Grammy for Best Rap Album. Bobby Valentino and Kidd Kidd provide additional vocals.
This was the second single from 2008's 'Tha Carter III.' It won the Grammy for Best Rap Solo Performance and was deemed the No. 1 song of 2008 by Blender Magazine. The track samples 'Don't Burn Down the Bridge' by Gladys Knight and the Pips and 'I Left My Wallet In El Segundo' by A Tribe Called Quest.
Wayne collaborated with T-Pain on this track, which was the third single from 'Tha Carter III.' It was ranked No. 19 on MTV's list of the top hip-hop songs of 2008. The Lil Wayne song was covered by Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis and his band the SFAs.
'Lollipop' is Wayne's most successful single to date, having spent six weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also won the Grammy for Best Rap Song in 2009 and is one of the most downloaded ringtones of all time.