Although the year isn't over yet, Lil Wayne's "A Milli" is definitely one of the most heard jams of 2008. Time Magazine notices the song's relevance as its music critic Josh Tyrangiel places it #4 as one of the Top 10 Songs of 2008. The song was topped by Norweigan singer Ida Maria's "Oh My God," P!nk's "So What," and, an artist who's still associated with hip-hop, Kanye West's singing hit "Love Lockdown." "A Milli", produced by Bangladesh, is a bass-driven beat with a monotonous "a milli" tone repeated in the background. This song generated many diverse remixes with artists such as Cory Gunz, Chamillionaire, Chris Brown, Lil' Mama, LL Cool J, and Jay-Z. In related news, "A Milli" peaked #1 at the Billboard Hip-Hop/R&B Charts. In releated news, "A Milli" was voted #1 on MTV's "Greatest Songs of 2008." His 2008 album, Tha Carter III remains the highest-selling hip-hop album of this year.
If you haven't heard the song yet, you're either living in a hut in Oregon or deaf. But if you're curious to hear how it sounds, peep the video below.