37. Lil Wayne f/ Jay-Z "Mr. Carter" (2008)
Producer: DJ Infamous, Drew Correa
Album: Tha Carter III
Label: Cash Money, Universal Motown
While Wayne and Jay previously occupied the same space on American Gangster's misplaced Beastie Boys homage "Hello Brooklyn 2.0," "Mr. Carter" feels more like a definitive statement from the two Carters. Jay's appearance is more symbolic than anything else. He came off a little too relaxed, if not rusty, to keep up with Wayne's three verses of verbal gymnastics. But it stands as a nice gesture of baton passing and a strong album track.