“A Milli” is arguably one of the best songs Lil Wayne has ever released because of its lyrical richness, superb production value, and exhilarating vocals.
On February 23, 1999, Eminem’s The Slim Shady LP was released under Interscope Records and Aftermath Entertainment. “My Name Is” launched Eminem into superstardom and became one of his most popular songs.The Slim Shady LP introduced Eminem’s alter-ego, Slim Shady. “My Name Is” is written entirely from Slim Shady’s perspective, hence the violent lyrics and brutal connotations of the song.
After the release of his debut mixtape Summer Camp, Chicagoan artist theMIND collaborates with Mick Jenkins, Noname, and Jesse Boykins III in “Animated Ambition.” The upbeat tempo and synth-riddled beat mesh well with theMIND’s fantastic vocals and Mick Jenkins’ and Noname’s verse. Jesse Boykins’ section of the song is unremarkable.
“Hear Me” is perhaps one of A$AP Rocky’s most underrated tracks. Since it was only released on SoundCloud and initially on OVO Sound Radio, the song did not gain as much momentum outside the A$AP Mob fan base. Although Pharrell Williams is listed as a feature on the track, he has no verses whatsoever and just some minor background vocals on the hook. Even then, you would think he produced the amazing beat on the song, but no.
Chicago rapper Chief Keef partners up with top producers Metro Boomin and Southside to make “Obama,” one of the best tracks in the artist’s discography. As you may have noticed, the actual song has nothing to do with former president Barack Obama. In fact, the only time he ever mentions him is on the hook, when he says “Hit Obama, told him ima pick him up and he said “really?’