Wiz Khalifa continues sharing free loosies with another new one entitled “Smoke Chambers.” This time he’s spitting about his favorite pastime (you guessed it) over a sample of Mac DeMarco’s “Chamber of Reflection.” Peep the new Wiz track after the jump.
Wiz Khalifa is assisted by Bankroll Fresh and Reese on his new free song “Simple Conversation.” The track is produced by Sledgren and Ricky P. Listen to Wiz’ “Simple Conversation” after the jump.
Project Pat shows his age with his new single “Twerk It”, a song about a cultural trend that is on its way out the door. Pat, who is undoubtedly an OG in the rap game, is struggling to find a groove in the 2010s but recruiting the likes of Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz Khalifa, and Wale helps. Even if just a little. Listen after the jump.
Makonnen’s “I Don’t Sell Molly No More” received an official remix from Wiz Khalifa but surely that wasn’t enough. Now, we’ve got Gucci Mane jumping on another remix. Again this is a surprise to many as Big Guwop is currently incarcerated. Listen to the new, updated “I Don’t Sell Molly No More” remix featuring a verse from Gucci after the jump.
After dropping the fourth installment to his 1st of the Month series Cam’ron is back, already preparing the drop for the fifth installment. And today he delivers “Touch the Sky” featuring Wiz Khalifa and Smoke DZA. Be on the lookout for the fifth 1st of the Month at the top of November and check out “Touch the Sky” after the jump. Killa!
Undoubtedly the part of the annual BET Hip Hop Awards that hip-hop heads prefer: the cyphers. And thankfully you didn’t have to sit through the entire award show in order to watch every single cypher from the show as BET has graciously made the videos available to watch online. There was a total of six cyphers this year, ranging from Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang to Papoose to Kevin Gates and Loaded Lux to Snoop’s Army with Murda Mook to Vic Mensa. We’ve conveniently posted each cypher for you to watch after the jump. Enjoy.
Here’s a meta song if there ever was one. Mike WiLL Made It, who is slated to drop his new mixtape Ransom, debuts a new song entitled “Pu**y Overrated” featuring Wiz Khalifa and Future. As I’m sure you all know both Wiz and Future recently had an ugly breakup with their baby mommas (Amber Rose and Ciara, respectively) and this track is essentially a disrespect to the former love interests of the two. Future even croons “You’re supposed to fu*k me like a star/You know you’re faking.” Jeez! Peep the new track after the jump.
The iLoveMakonnen cosigns just keep piling on as another high profile artist is jumping on a remix. Wiz Khalifa jumps on Makonnen’s “I Don’t Sell Molly No More” and it’s pretty refreshing to hear a Makonnen track that isn’t “Tuesday” which we can all agree has been remixed straight into the grave at this point. Listen to Wiz on Mak’s “I Don’t Sell Molly No More” after the jump.
Whatever you’ve been reading about Wiz Khalifa’s personal life as of late is irrelevant the second you listen to his music. And the timing for the visual release of the 28 Grams cut “James Bong” reinforces that, as we catch Wiz in the lo-fi VHS-style video smoking, chilling, and seemingly having a great time. Watch the video for “James Bong” after the jump.
In a new episode of Pitchfork’s successful series “Over/Under” Wiz Khalifa stopped by to discuss weed in different regions of the world (that includes Canada, New York, and Europe), outer space, marriage, being a father, and even Sting. Yes, the musician Sting. Check out the full segment in after the jump.
Lil Bibby is a young kid with a grown gruff voice. This makes it seem like his words have more authority than they do. So then, he can get away with saying brash sh*t like “f*ck is you saying? what is you doin? why is you playin?” and it sounds like more than a juvenile threat. This is the ethos of his latest mixtape “Free Crack”. Check “For The Low” after the jump.
Do you hate surprises? Then Wiz Khalifa’s the artist for you! Before you press play, you already know he’s gonna cover turning up in the club, weed, how much money he’s made, weed, fly b*tches, and last but not least, weed.
Full review by CFor after the jump.
“On Me” is a Jeezy song with Wiz sort of hosting it for his album. This is a new trend in album construction: where an artist leases a style for his work, so to draw the guest artist’s crowd and effects. Collab after the jump.