JoJo Feat. Wiz Khalifa
JoJo is no longer the teen sensation with whom America fell in love back ten years ago. But her new single "Fuck Apologies" follows in the spirit of her breakout hit "Too Little, Too Late" -- namely a certain lack of remorse about dumping her now ex-boyfriend. In the words of Wiz Khalifa, who joins JoJo to give the single some juice, "I ain't apologizing for shit." "Fuck Apologies" is a well-crafted pop song and the lead single from JoJo's next album Mad Love, which isn't due out until October 14th. Give it a listen and share your thoughts in the comments.
Wit The Kids
Wiz Khalifa has actually released a fair amount of music lately.
Jeremih Feat. Wiz Khalifa & K Camp
While we patiently await for Jeremih’s newly-announced Late Nights: Europe mixtape to arrive, which should be in the next hour or so (fingers crossed), the Chicago crooner decides to hold us over in the meantime with a new track off the tape called “Dubai” featuring Wiz Khalifa & K Camp. Looking to fuck shit up, listen as the trio deliver a lowkey club banger that's perfect for your Summertime playlist. Hit play and let us know who laid down the best verse?
Wiz Khalifa told us that he had new music coming this week, and he definitely wasn’t lying. Following up his unreleased cut with Currensy that surfaced a couple days ago called “Situations”, Wiz decides to kick off the weekend by dropping off a new song called “No Fighting.”
Curren$y & Wiz Khalifa
Over a year ago, Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa dropped a song called "Uber Driver" and announced a joint project called #2009. Curren$y and Wiz have shared virtually zero details or songs from the project since then -- until last night when Spitta posted a #2009 "cutting room floor item" called "Situations."
Amid some back-and-forth suing between Wiz Khalifa and former record label Rostrum Records, Wiz continues to keep the fans happy. Yesterday he dropped off his latest 'DayToday' vlog, and this morning he's quickly followed that up with a new leak on Soundcloud, "Mismatch." We've seen Wiz try a lot of different styles through out his ever-evolving rap career, but he always sounds most at home over this kind of production.
Curren$y Feat. Wiz Khalifa
Starting off the week correct, Curren$y dropped off his new EP Stoned On Ocean. The free EP was only announced last week, with the release coming as a surprise late this afternoon. The project is entirely produced by legendary duo Cool & Dre, so you know you're about to get some smooth beats.
Sucker For Pain
Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons, Logic & Ty Dolla $ign Feat. X Ambassadors
The highly anticipated "Suicide Squad" movie also has a pretty anticipated soundtrack to go along with it-- we recently got a look at the tracklist, which is stacked with appearances from Lil Wayne, Kevin Gates, Action Bronson, Kehlani, Eminem, Grimes, Rick Ross and many more.
More And More
One of the most memorable tracks on Wiz Khalifa's classic mixtape, Kush & OJ, was the spacey ballad, "Up," an effectively stripped down take on his sound that showcased his Max B influence more than ever. He's rarely revisited that style, but his new track, "More and More," comes close. There is a drum a track this time around, but Wiz's vocal delivery is as psychedelic as ever, with traces of flanger and delay on his backing vocals.
2 Times (Remix)
Famous Dex Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Rich The Kid
If you've been following rising Chicago rapper Famous Dex at all, you're already very familiar with "2 Times". The video for the track, which was released in September 2015, has over 5 million views on YouTube. Though it's far from new, Dex is freshening up the record, releasing a remix today with Wiz Khalifa and Rich The Kid (whose Rich Forever Music label Dex is currently signed to). The song happens to be a light tribute to Gucci Mane, who released the Gucci 2x mixtape a few years back, and still features declarations of "Free Gucci!" despite the Trap God's recent release.
Snoop Dogg Feat. Wiz Khalifa
Snoop Dogg is back today with another release off his forthcoming Cool Aid album, which arrives on July 1. After debuting the Swizz Beatz-produced record “Fireworks” last week on Jimmy Kimmel, the West Coast legend decides to return with his marijuana brethren Wiz Khalifa for a new single called “Kush Ups.”
Wiz Khalifa & Juicy J
Producer TM88 came together with two of TGOD's finest, Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa, for a collaborative project which finally impacts tomorrow. Ahead of the album, we've received a couple of leaks, "All Night" and Liam Payne-featured "You." Today we get one final leak, and it's a banger.
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Lil Uzi Vert
Wiz Khalifa is dropping a project with Juicy J and TM88 on June 3rd. But is Rolling Papers 2 coming sooner than we thought?
Wiz Khalifa & Juicy J
Last week, Wiz Khalifa announced that he had a new mixtape dropping sometime this week with Juicy J called Rude Awakening, and it looks like we just received its first offering. At the stroke midnight, Wiz decided to join in on the fun and release his new single with Juicy J on iTunes called “All Night.”
Berner Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Hollywood
Coming off the release of his new Hempire album, Berner decides to come through today and share the official remix for his single “Gunplay,” now featuring fellow T.G.O.D leader Wiz Khalifa.
Wiz Khalifa Feat. Curren$y
Wiz Khalifa is definitely making this 4/20 a memorable one.
Juicy J & Wiz Khalifa Feat. Liam Payne
Last month, TM88 announced that he, Juicy J, and Wiz Khalifa would be teaming up for a full-length project, sharing the full tracklist on Instagram. Strangely, the only featured came from One Direction's Liam Payne, and today, the collaboration with the pop singer has made its way online.
Two Blunts (420)
The Game Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Lorine Chia
We were expecting to hear some new music in the name of 420, and so far, the rap game has delivered. The Game has shared a new collaboration with hip-hop's most popular stoner, Wiz Khalifa, which features a soulful hook from Lorine Chia, and makes for perfect smoking music. "Two Blunts" cruises along with some wispy synth sounds, allowing Game and Wiz Khalifa to find some sinking-into-the-couch level flows, settling into the perfect cushion groove with some half-sung bars.
Tabi Bonney Feat. Wiz Khalifa
It’s been a minute since we last heard from D.C. rapper Tabi Bonney, and by “minute” I mean years. After taking time off to focus on family, film, and his coffee/cacao farm in Togo, West Africa, Bonney is back today with a brand new song called “Bang Bang” featuring Taylor Gang CEO Wiz Khalifa.
Berner Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Lil Kim
Berner's new album, Hempire, is full of exciting collabs, with guys like Juicy J, Snoop Dogg, Young Dolph, and more. "Still Rich," featuring Wiz Khalifa and Lil Kim, immediately stood out, and it happens to be a West Coast gem that samples a Brooklyn classic, "Get Money." The beat is crafted by L.A. funk wizard Scoop DeVille. Wiz lays down the soft, airy hook as well as a luxurious verse. Twenty years after Kim was a part of "Get Money," she's back with a helluva verse in an effort to assert that she's "Still Rich."