Complete List Of Lil Wayne Albums And Discography

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This Complete List Of Lil Wayne Albums And Songs presents the full discography of Lil Wayne studio albums. Lil Wayne was born in 1982. Lil Wayne hails from the area of New Orleans, Louisiana. This complete Lil Wayne discography also includes every single Lil Wayne compilation album. All these spectacular Lil Wayne albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Lil Wayne album as well as all original album covers. Every Lil Wayne album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.


Tha Block Is Hot

Released November 2, 1999

CD Track Listings:

1. Intro – Lil Wayne; Big Tymers
2. Tha Block Is Hot
3. Loud Pipes – Lil Wayne; Big Tymers; Juvenile; B.G.
4. Watcha Wanna Do
5. Kisha – Lil Wayne; The Hot Boys
6. High Beamin’ – Lil Wayne; B.G.
7. Lights Off
8. F**k tha World
9. Remember Me – Lil Wayne; B.G.
10. Respect Us – Lil Wayne; Juvenile
11. Drop It Like It’s Hot – Lil Wayne; B.G.; Mannie Fresh
12. Young Playa – Lil Wayne; Big Tymers
13. Enemy Turf – Lil Wayne; Juvenile
14. Not Like Me – Lil Wayne; Big Tymers
15. Come On – Lil Wayne; B.G.
16. Up to Me
17. You Want War – Lil Wayne; Turk

Lights Out

Released December 19, 2000

CD Track Listings:

1. Intro (Watch Them People)
2. Get Off The Corner
3. On The Grind
4. Hit U Up – Lil Wayne Feat. Hot Boys
5. Everything
6. F**K Wit Me Now
7. Lil One – Lil Wayne Feat. Big Tymers
8. Break Me Off – Lil Wayne Feat. Big Tymers & Unplugged
9. Skit
10. Wish You Would
11. Grown Man
12. Shine – Lil Wayne Feat. Hot Boys
13. Jump Jiggy
14. Realized
15. Tha Blues
16. Let’s Go – Lil Wayne Feat. Big Tymers
17. Biznite
18. Act A A** – Lil Wayne Feat. B.G.
19. Beef

500 Degreez

Released  July 23, 2002

CD Track Listings:

1. Fly Talkin’
2. Look at Me
3. Way of Life
4. Big Tigger Live on the Radio
5. Gangstas and Pimps
6. Lovely
7. Gangsta Shit
8. Big Tigger Live on the Radio
9. Bloodline
10. Where You At
11. Worry Me
12. 500 Degreez
13. Go Hard
14. Young’n Blues
15. Believe That
16. Rob Nice Live on the Radio
17. Fuck You
18. What Does Life Mean to Me
19. Get That Dough
20. Fo Sheezy
21. Fly Talkin’ Go Home

Tha Carter

Released  June 29, 2004

CD Track Listings:

1. Walk In
2. Go DJ
3. This Is the Carter – Lil Wayne; Mannie Fresh
4. BM J.R.
5. On the Block #1
6. I Miss My Dawgs – Lil Wayne; Reel
7. We Don’t – Lil Wayne; Baby
8. On My Own – Lil Wayne; Reel
9. Tha Heat
10. Cash Money Millionaires
11. Inside
12. Bring It Back – Lil Wayne; Mannie Fresh
13. Who Wanna
14. On the Block #2
15. Get Down – Lil Wayne; Baby
16. Snitch
17. Hoes – Lil Wayne; Mannie Fresh
18. Only Way – Lil Wayne; Baby
19. Earthquake
20. Ain’t That a Bitch
21. Walk Out

Tha Carter II

Released December 6, 2005

CD Track Listings:

1. Tha Mobb
2. Fly In
3. Money on My Mind
4. Fireman
5. Mo Fire
6. On The Block #1
7. Best Rapper Alive
8. Lock and Load – Lil Wayne; Kurupt
9. Oh No
10. Grown Man – Lil Wayne; Currency
11. On tha Block #2 (skit)
12. Hit Em Up
13. Carter II
14. Hustler Musik
15. Receipt
16. Shooter
17. Weezy Baby – Lil Wayne; Nikki
18. On tha Block #3 (skit)
19. I’m a D-Boy – Lil Wayne; Birdman
20. Feel Me
21. Get Over – Lil Wayne; Nikki
22. Fly Out

Tha Carter III

Released June 10, 2008

CD Track Listings:

1. “3 Peat”
2. “Mr. Carter”
3. “A Milli”
4. “Got Money”
5. “Comfortable”
6. “Dr. Carter”
7. “Phone Home”
8. “Tie My Hands”
9. “Mrs. Officer”
10. “Let The Beat Build”
11. “Shoot Me Down”
12. “Lollipop”
13. “La La”
14. “Playing With Fire”
15. “You Ain’t Got Nuthin”
16. “DontGetIt”


Released February 2, 2010

CD Track Listings:

1. American Star
2. Prom Queen
3. Ground Zero
4. Da Da Da
5. Paradice
6. Get A Life
7. On Fire
8. Drop The World – Feat. Eminem
9. Runnin -Feat. Shanell AKA SNL
10. One Way Trip – Feat. Kevin Rudolph
11. Knockout – Feat. Nicki Minaj
12. The Price Is Wrong

I Am Not a Human Being

Released September 27, 2010

CD Track Listings:

1. Gonorrhea (Feat. Drake)
2. Hold Up (Feat. T Streets)
3. With You (Feat. Drake)
4. I Am Not A Human Being
5. I’m Single (Feat. Drake)
6. What’s Wrong With Them (Feat. Nicki Minaj)
7. Right Above It (Feat. Drake)
8. Popular (Feat. Lil Twist)
9. That Ain’t Me (Feat. Jay Sean)
10. Bill Gates
11. YM Banger (Feat. Jae Millz, Gudda Gudda, Tyga)
12. YM Salute (Feat. Lil Twist, Lil Chuckee, Gudda Gudda, Jae Mil
13. I Don’t Like The Look Of It (Feat. Gudda Gudda)

Tha Carter IV

Released August 29, 2011

CD Track Listings:

1. “Intro”
2. “Blunt Blowin”
3. “Mega Man”
4. “6 Foot 7 Foot” (Feat. Cory Gunz)
5. “Nightmares Of The Bottom”
6. “She Will” (Feat. Drake)
7. “How To Hate” (Feat. T-Pain)
8. “Interlude” (Feat. Tech N9Ne)
9. “John” (Feat. Rick Ross)
10. “Abortion”
11. “So Special” (Feat. John Legend)
12. “How To Love”
13. “President Carter”
14. “It’s Good” (Feat. Drake & Jadakiss)
15. “Outro” (Feat. Bun B, Nas, Shyne & Busta Rhymes)
16. “I Like The View”
17. “Mirror” (Feat. Bruno Mars)
18. “Two Shots”

I Am Not a Human Being II

Released March 26, 2013

CD Track Listings:

2 – Curtains (Feat. Boo)
3 – Days And Days (Feat. 2 Chainz)
4 – Gunwalk (Feat. Gudda Gudda)
5 – No Worries (Feat. Detail)
6 – Back To You
7 – Trigger Finger (Feat. Soulja Boy)
8 – Beat The Shit (Feat. Gunplay)
9 – Rich As F**k (Feat. 2 Chainz)
10 – Trippy (Feat. Juicy J)
11 – Bitches Love Me (Feat. Drake, Future)
12 – Romance
13 – God Bless Amerika
14 – Wowzers
15 – Hello
16 – Lay It Down (Feat. Nicki Minaj) (Bonus Track)
17 – Hot Revolver (Feat. Dre) (Bonus Track)
18 – My Homies Still (Feat. Big Sean) (Bonus Track)

Free Weezy Album

Released July 4, 2015

Tha Carter V

Released September 28, 2018

CD Track Listings:

1. “I Love You Dwayne”
2. “Don’t Cry” (featuring XXXTentacion)
3. “Dedicate”
4. “Uproar”
5. “Let It Fly” (featuring Travis Scott)
6. “Can’t Be Broken”
7. “Dark Side Of The Moon” (featuring Nicki Minaj)
8. “Mona Lisa” (featuring Kendrick Lamar)
9. “What About Me” (featuring Sosamann)
10. “Open Letter”
11. “Famous” (featuring Reginae Carter)
12. “Problems”
13. “Dope Niggaz” (featuring Snoop Dogg)
14. “Hittas”
15. “Took His Time”
16. “Open Safe”
17. “Start This Sh*t Off Right” (featuring Ashanti and Mack Maine)
18. “Demon”
19. “Mess”
20. “Dope New Gospel” (featuring Nivea)
21. “Perfect Strangers”
22. “Used 2”
23. “Let It All Work Out”


Released January 31, 2020

CD Track Listings:

1. “Funeral”
2. “Mahogany”
3. “Mama Mia”
4. “I Do It” (featuring Big Sean and Lil Baby)
5. “Dreams”
6. “Stop Playin With Me”
7. “Clap For Em”
8. “Bing James” (featuring Jay Rock)
9. “Not Me”
10. “Trust Nobody” (featuring Adam Levine)
11. “Know You Know” (featuring 2 Chainz)
12. “Wild Dogs”
13. “Harden”
14. “I Don’t Sleep” (featuring Takeoff)
15. “Sights And Silencers” (featuring The-Dream)
16. “Ball Hard” (featuring Lil Twist)
17. “Bastard (Satan’s Kid)”
18. “Get Outta My Head” (featuring XXXTentacion)
19. “Piano Trap”
20. “Line Em Up”
21. “Darkside”
22. “Never Mind”
23. “T.O.” (featuring O.T. Genasis)
24. “Wayne’s World”


We Are Young Money

Released December 21, 2009

Rich Gang

July 23, 2013

Rise of an Empire

Released March 11, 2014

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