|Mixtape by Lil Wayne|
|Released||October 31, 2009|
|Label||Young Money, Cash Money|
|Lil Wayne chronology|
|Consequence of Sound|||
No Ceilings is a mixtape by American rapper Lil Wayne. It was scheduled to be released on October 31, 2009, but was leaked before the official date. No Ceilings was officially released on October 31 (Halloween), with 4 additional tracks. The mixtape is available as a free and legal download and it generally received positive reviews from critics.
Lil Wayne had two tracks, "Wasted" and "Swag Surf," both of which were recorded and leaked onto the internet on October 11. These were followed by "Run This Town" on October 25. The majority of the mixtape was leaked out to the public on multiple websites October 26, 2009. The mixtape contains various freestyles over popular rap and R&B songs' instrumentals and features current artists from his Young Money label including Nicki Minaj, Short Dawg, Gudda Gudda, Shanell, Jae Millz, and Tyga. It was officially released on weareyoungmoney.com via a live Ustream video and included higher quality audio as well as 4 additional tracks. The song "Single" was released on May 11, 2010 as a single on iTunes titled "I'm Single", and has charted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. A video for the track has been shot. The single was also released on Wayne's I Am Not a Human Being album. The song "No Ceilings" was released to iTunes under the title Pop That on the "Loyalty EP" which also included Birdman's new single "Loyalty" which featured Tyga and Lil Wayne. When police pulled over Lil’ Wayne’s tour bus after claiming to smell marijuana, the rapper plead guilty to “attempted criminal possession of a weapon."  Although pleading guilty still landed Wayne in Riker’s Island Prison for a year, it greatly reduced his possible sentence. Lil’ Wayne was dealing with his arrest and charges while writing his mixtape “No Ceilings,” and he actually mentions his arrest multiple times in lyrics throughout the tape.
|1||"Swag Surf"||4:10||K.E. on the Track|
|4||"Skit #1"||1:18||Gudda Gudda||
|6||"Watch My Shoes"||4:39||Mouse On Tha Track||
|7||"Break Up"||3:48||Bangladesh||Short Dawg & Gudda Gudda|
|8||"Banned From T.V."||2:54||Swizz Beatz|
|9||"Throw It In the Bag"||2:55||Shatek|
|10||"That's All I Have"||3:55||Polow da Don||Tyga & Shanell||
|12||"Wayne On Me"||4:15||The Legendary Traxster||Shanell|
|13||"I'm Good"||2:26||MonstaBeatz||Lucci Lou|
|14||"Poke Her Face"||2:16||Kanye West||Jae Millz|
|15||"Run This Town"||2:49||Kanye West, No I.D..|
|16||"I Got No Ceilings"||3:46||David Guetta||Mack Maine|
|17||"Skit End"||1:36||David Guetta|
|18||"No Ceilings (Pop That)"||3:58||Cool & Dre||Birdman||
|19||"Oh Let's Do It"||3:46||L-Don Beatz|
|20||"I'm Single"||5:33||Noah "40" Shebib, Omen (co.)|
|21||"Sweet Dreams"||4:47||Jim Jonsin, Wayne Wilkins, Rico Love, Beyoncé Knowles||Beyoncé & Nicki Minaj||
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