Wiz Khalifa Songs

  • All On You
    All On You
    Raven Felix is already set for success reading the credits. Not only does Wiz Khalifa step by for a feature, "All On You" earns production from the legendary Lil Jon, a pretty rare sight in 2015. Jon's snap production in the early 00s ended up inspiring the likes of DJ Mustard, but on this new record, he's meeting his descendants halfway.
  • Winning
    On December 4th, Currensy will release a new album called Canal Street Confidential, which will contain 14 tracks in total and feature guest appearances from the likes of Future, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, August Alsina, K Camp, Lloyd, and more.
  • Dope Spot
    Dope Spot
    Of all of the rappers who could team up for a joint project, Cam'ron and Berner might be one of the last possibilities we'd expect, but with the announcement of their Contraband EP, it's officially a reality. Their new record "Dope Spot" has some pretty enviable guest appearances with both Berner's Taylor Gang pal Wiz Khalifa and Memphis MVP Young Dolph coming along for the ride.
  • Fucc Day
    Fucc Day
    Wiz Khalifa has been releasing all types of songs lately, and fans are loving them all. He started off with two club bangers, "King of Everything" and "Most of Us," both with production from ID Labs.
  • Ball Like This
    Ball Like This
    After teasing us for weeks, the LA Leakers come through tonight and release their new smash single “Ball Like This” featuring Wiz Khalifa, Kid Ink, and Future. Produced by Salva, Mike N Keys, DJ Khalil, and Jaycen Joshua, the track is a certified smash, and is about to do some serious damage in the clubs. Here's what DJ SourMilk & Justin Credible had to say about the record,
  • All Or Nothing
    All Or Nothing
    Diddy is currently celebrating his 46th birthday by wandering the streets of NYC and "spending it with my people," with plans to drop his album MMM at some point today.
  • Why Wait
    Why Wait
    The joint projects keep coming, and the latest is from Taylor Gang's Berner and Dipset vet Cam'Ron. The unexpected duo just announced they will release a joint EP, Contraband, on November 10, and they've given fans the first track off the project, "Why Wait," a stacked collab that also features Wiz Khalifa and 2 Chainz. 
  • Sitting Pretty
    Sitting Pretty
    Keeping the weekly release strategy going strong, Ty Dolla $ign is back today with another record off his upcoming debut album Free TC. After hitting us with “Saved” & then last week’s “Solid” releases, the L.A. crooner decides to share another one onto his soundcloud page this evening called “Sitting Pretty” featuring fellow T.G.O.D. labelmate Wiz Khalifa.
  • Material Things
    Material Things
    In a few short hours (midnight tonight), L.A. songstress Lyrica Anderson will release a new star-studded EP called Hello, which will feature guest appearances from the likes of Chris Brown, YG, The Game, Problem, and Wiz Khalifa to name a few.
  • Outsiders
    So Wiz is in Germany right now, "high af," and because he's "tired stoned and only ate a panini last night," he's decided to drop off two new songs. Bless. He just shared a dreamy collab with Harry Fraud, "Just Because," and his second release, "Outsiders," is more gorgeous stoner material. 
  • Just Because
    Just Because
    Wiz keeps coming -- and in unpredictable fashion. He recently dropped off two cold club crushers, "King of Everything" and "Most of Us," with Pittsburgh team ID Labs, and now he's back with a melodic smoking song, "Just Because," produced by Harry Fraud. Anytime Wiz and Fraud team up, such as with "The Play," released in May -- it's automatic fire. 
  • Burn Slow (Remix)
    Burn Slow (Remix)
    In September, as Wiz began warming us up for Rolling Papers 2, he debuted a new collaboration "Burn Slow" which credited Rae Sremmurd as a feature.
  • Most Of Us
    Most Of Us
    Wiz is back with another one. His last release, "King of Everything," immediately went No. 1 on our charts, and this one, "Most of Us," will likely do the same -- especially as we've got ID Labs on the beat once again. This Pittsburgh team ain't playing around. 
  • Glass House
    Glass House
    Big K.R.I.T. surprised us last night, kinda, when he dropped a free project, It's Better This Way. The rapper had teased that something would be coming like, really soon, when we chopped it up with him briefly at the BET Hip-Hop Awards, however we didn't know it'd be a free mixtape (with features from Warren G, Ludacris, K Camp and more).
  • King Of Everything
    King Of Everything
    Wiz Khalifa has come through with a sudden late-night drop that finds him spitting flames. The new track, "King of Everything," is produced by Taylor Gang producers Cozmo and ID Labs. 
  • No Social Media
    No Social Media
    Meek Mill just shared some thoughts about the negative aspects of social media, and now he may have a new anthem with the latest track from Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg. While both rappers have a pretty constant presence on Instagram (and in Wiz's case, Twitter), they're stressing the importance of escaping the world of likes and favorites once in a while.
  • Burn Slow
    Burn Slow
    Taking a break from their recently-announced Sremmlife 2 project, Rae Sremmurd decide to assist Wiz Khalifa on this new Mike Will Made It-produced banger called “Burn Slow.”
  • Go Hard Or Go Home Pt. 2
    Go Hard Or Go Home Pt. 2
    Wiz Khalifa linked up with Iggy Azalea earlier this summer for a record called “Go Hard Or Go Home,” which was featured on the soundtrack to "The Furious 7" film. Today, an updated version of the record has been added on iTunes and instead of Iggy, we have Trey Songz, French Montana, and Ty Dolla Sign filling in for her.
  • A Milli Billi Trilli
    A Milli Billi Trilli
    As expected, 2 Chainz came through tonight and released the third installment in his Trapavelli mixtape series. Laced with 16 tracks, the project guest appearances from Wiz Khalifa, The-Dream, Kevin Gates, and Cap 1 not to mention the star-studded lineup of producers either.
  • Say So
    Say So
    Wiz Khalifa is making a habit of dropping new loosies as videos, before later releasing them on SoundCloud. "Say So," released as a visual yesterday, has received the same treatment. The record finds Wiz in the lane he's occupied for years now, delivering some very hooky stoner rap.