We On Fire: Scorching Hits From The Hot Boy$

These songs are essential for your playlist.

I Miss My Dawgs - Lil Wayne made history once again this weekend when he reunited with his day one dawgs Juvenile, Turk, B.G. and Mannie Fresh and rocked the crowd at his first LilWeezyAna Festival. Held in their native New Orleans on the 10th anniversary since Hurricane Katrina ravaged their city, The Hot Boy$ rose from the ashes and gave their hometown a night to remember, screaming ?Free B.G.? in the process.In honor of this mini Cash Money reunion, let?s take a look at a few torches from the Hot Boy$' catalog that set the world on fire. ?Michael Harris (@IceBlueVA)(Photo:  Cash Money Records)

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I Miss My Dawgs - Lil Wayne made history once again this weekend when he reunited with his day one dawgs Juvenile, Turk, B.G. and Mannie Fresh and rocked the crowd at his first LilWeezyAna Festival. Held in their native New Orleans on the 10th anniversary since Hurricane Katrina ravaged their city, The Hot Boy$ rose from the ashes and gave their hometown a night to remember, screaming “Free B.G.” in the process.In honor of this mini Cash Money reunion, let’s take a look at a few torches from the Hot Boy$' catalog that set the world on fire. –Michael Harris (@IceBlueVA)(Photo:  Cash Money Records)

"Bling Bling" - "Bling Bling" is definitely one of the diamonds in The Hot Boy$ and Cash Money's crown. With the Big Tymers riding shotgun on this 1999 stunting-at-it's-finest cut from B.G.'s solo album Chopper City In The Ghetto, the Baby Gangsta led the charge with, "I be that n***a with the ice on me/ If it cost less than twenty it don't look right on me/ I stay flossed out all through the week/ My money long, if you don't know I'm the B.G."(Photo:  Cash Money Records)

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"Bling Bling" - "Bling Bling" is definitely one of the diamonds in The Hot Boy$ and Cash Money's crown. With the Big Tymers riding shotgun on this 1999 stunting-at-it's-finest cut from B.G.'s solo album Chopper City In The Ghetto, the Baby Gangsta led the charge with, "I be that n***a with the ice on me/ If it cost less than twenty it don't look right on me/ I stay flossed out all through the week/ My money long, if you don't know I'm the B.G."(Photo:  Cash Money Records)

"We Ain't Stoppin'" - The Hot Boy$ joined their O.G.s Mannie Fresh and Birdman on this The Big Tymers mission off I Got That Work. The floss season was in full effect as Juve The Great confessed, "Bentley interior, I lay back on it/ Every time a n***a see me it's a Kodak moment."(Photo: Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)

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"We Ain't Stoppin'" - The Hot Boy$ joined their O.G.s Mannie Fresh and Birdman on this The Big Tymers mission off I Got That Work. The floss season was in full effect as Juve The Great confessed, "Bentley interior, I lay back on it/ Every time a n***a see me it's a Kodak moment."(Photo: Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)

"Tuesday and Thursday"  -  Lil Wayne, Baby Gangsta, Juvenile and Turk put out a warning call for The D-boys with this block is hot anthem. B.G. spit, "I play it smart, I ain't stupid, I know when to leave the block/ I know how to peep the scene, I know when it's hot/ Oh them jump out boys, they'll take your loot/ Tuesdays and Thursdays, them big white boys have a n***a spooked."(Photo: Cash Money Records)

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"Tuesday and Thursday"  - Lil Wayne, Baby Gangsta, Juvenile and Turk put out a warning call for The D-boys with this block is hot anthem. B.G. spit, "I play it smart, I ain't stupid, I know when to leave the block/ I know how to peep the scene, I know when it's hot/ Oh them jump out boys, they'll take your loot/ Tuesdays and Thursdays, them big white boys have a n***a spooked."(Photo: Cash Money Records)

"I Need A Hot Girl" - The Cash Millionaires were blazing with this platinum plus single off Guerrilla Warfare. With Mannie Fresh on the boards as usual, he and Birdman also spit their game alongside The H.B.'s and classic Wayne antics like, "I'm Lil' Weezy on fire/ I'll snatch your old lady/ If you a Hot Girl, baby slide in my Mercedes."(Photo: Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)

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"I Need A Hot Girl" - The Cash Millionaires were blazing with this platinum plus single off Guerrilla Warfare. With Mannie Fresh on the boards as usual, he and Birdman also spit their game alongside The H.B.'s and classic Wayne antics like, "I'm Lil' Weezy on fire/ I'll snatch your old lady/ If you a Hot Girl, baby slide in my Mercedes."(Photo: Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)

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"Respect My Mind" - The N.O. block burners lit up the sound waves, and told us on Guerrilla Warfare, "Respect my mind or get your brains knocked out/ Respect my mind or have them boys in your house/...Respect my mind cause we get our shine on."(Photo: Erika Goldring/Getty Images)

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"Respect My Mind" - The N.O. block burners lit up the sound waves, and told us on Guerrilla Warfare, "Respect my mind or get your brains knocked out/ Respect my mind or have them boys in your house/...Respect my mind cause we get our shine on."(Photo: Erika Goldring/Getty Images)

B.G. feat. Big Tymers and Hot Bos, "Bling Bling" - Sometimes you need a little shine to give your outfit some eye-blinding pop. For that, you can't do any better than B.G. and Cash Money's 1999 smash "Bling Bling," which climbed the charts, took over clubs and popularized the titular term, landing it in the Shorter Oxford Dictionary just three years later.  (Photo: Universal Motown)

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"Too Hot" - B. Gizzle, Lil Wayne, Juve and Turk turned up the heat with this sparker off Guerrilla Warfare. While Juvenile ripped through his cautionary tale of a youngin' named "Lil One" who terrorized the streets with ho hesitation, Turk predicted the future with, "Hot Boy$, we living legends/ Hope ya heard the word/ Ducking the law running through ports with a flock of birds/ We Too Hot."(Photo: Universal Motown)

Hot Boys Guerilla Warfare  - The Hot Boys platinum-selling sophomore album dropped on July 27, 1999, shortly after Cash Money signed their distribution deal with Universal Records. The project became their most successful album as a group courtesy of the hit singles, "We on Fire" and "I Need a Hot Girl." (Photo: Courtesy Young Money/Cash Money Records)

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"I Feel" - The Hot Boy$ kept it about commanding respect as B.G. warned, "I feel like n****s can't f**k with me.../ I feel Lil' Wayne will burn yo' block so quick/ I feel Turk will be quiet and take yo s**t/ I feel Juve will catch you slipping and unload the tech/ I feel a big a** helicopter on the set/  Sometimes I don't even know how I feel/  But I feel if you hating s**t gon' get real."(Photo: Cash Money Records)

"Neighborhood Superstar" - The Hot Boy$ hopped off the porch early with their debut Get It How U Live! in 1997 and confessed with the Big Tymers that being neighborhood superstars was just the beginning of their dreams. A 14-year-old Wayne delivered the hook and set the tone as he rhymed, "All kinds of cars/ Neighborhood superstar/ Feared by many and loved by broads."(Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

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"Neighborhood Superstar" - The Hot Boy$ hopped off the porch early with their debut Get It How U Live! in 1997 and confessed with the Big Tymers that being neighborhood superstars was just the beginning of their dreams. A 14-year-old Wayne delivered the hook and set the tone as he rhymed, "All kinds of cars/ Neighborhood superstar/ Feared by many and loved by broads."(Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

"Kisha" - The Hot Boy crew took a different approach with the flute sounds on this cut off Lil Wayne's solo debut, Tha Block Is Hot, but the scandalous THOT tale is typical Weezy. (Photo: The Source Magazine, October 1999)

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"Kisha" - The Hot Boy crew took a different approach with the flute sounds on this cut off Lil Wayne's solo debut, Tha Block Is Hot, but the scandalous THOT tale is typical Weezy. (Photo: The Source Magazine, October 1999)

"We On Fire" - The New Orleans 4-man click scored a Top 20 hit and let the world know in 1999 that they were here to set the rap game ablaze. Trading bars throughout one of their introductory cuts, Wayne invites us into his balling world with, "What kinda n***a ride all day on twenties/ Spend cash to the last penny/ Sipping Cristal and Henny?"(Photo: The Source Magazine, October 1999)

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"We On Fire" - The New Orleans 4-man click scored a Top 20 hit and let the world know in 1999 that they were here to set the rap game ablaze. Trading bars throughout one of their introductory cuts, Wayne invites us into his balling world with, "What kinda n***a ride all day on twenties/ Spend cash to the last penny/ Sipping Cristal and Henny?"(Photo: The Source Magazine, October 1999)