If put enough weight on a particular point on Earth's surface disturbing the balance between hemispheres, is it possible that the Earth's spin could change like an unbalanced spinning top?
The Earth does spin like an unbalanced top. The Earth's rotation axis is not fixed. It instead moves in a complex manner due to a combination of external torques exerted by the Moon and Sun, a torque-free nutation due to the oblate shape of the Earth, and also due to changes on and in the Earth.
The torque-induced motions are called precession and nutation, distinguished by period. The largest and slowest of these motions is the axial precession. This causes the Earth's rotation axis to trace out a cone over the course of 26000 years.
The torque-induced nutations are also cyclical motions induced by the Moon and the Sun. These are much smaller in magnitude and have a much shorter period. The largest of these has a magnitude of about 20 arc seconds and a period of 18.6 years. All other nutation terms have much smaller magnitude and have shorter period.
The torque-free nutation would have a period of about 305 days if the Earth was solid. The oceans, the atmosphere, and the outer core alter this. The Chandler wobble has a period of about 433 days and a magnitude of less than an arc second. Because the Chandler wobble isn't as predictable as are precession and nutation, it's lumped into a catch-all category called "polar motion." The redistribution of water over the course of a year (e.g., snow on Siberia in the winter but not in the summer) results in a yearly component of the polar motion.
There are lots and lots of other factors, all small. Polar motion is observed after the fact.