Wiz Khalifa Songs

  • Stayin Out All Night
    Stayin Out All Night
    [Edit: back to the top with the official release of the song!]
  • Do It Again
    Do It Again
    Terrace Martin is a talented musician, producer, and songwriter who often works with rappers. This year he dropped 3ChordFold Pulse, a follow up to his debut studio album 3ChordFold. There was a time in 2011 when he was still on his underground mixtape grind, and he dropped off tapes Locke High and Locke High 2.
  • Shell Shocked
    Shell Shocked
    Taylor Gang members Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and Ty Dolla $ign have come together in the name of the new Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, and "Shell Shocked" pays tribute to the film far beyond its title.That's right, Juicy J is dropping Shredder references, as the rest of the team plays up the camaraderie of the Turtles in the subsequent verses. Kill The Noise and Madsonik supply the EDM-leaning backdrop on this one.
  • You & Your Friends
    You & Your Friends
    After finding success with his auto-tuned anthem "We Dem Boyz", Wiz Khalifa returns today to unleash his latest single, "You & Your Friends", which definitely has hit potential, on top of feel-good West Coast vibes. 
  • Wings
    Wings
    Although we haven't featured Calliko on HNHH before, the strength of his rapping on this track makes it seem like we need to get familiar with him ASAP. "Wings" first popped up on our radar because it features a hook by Wiz Khalifa, but if you came for the Taylor Gang boss, stick around for Calliko.
  • We Dem Boyz Part 2
    We Dem Boyz Part 2
    Wiz Khalifa already released an alternate version of "We Dem Boyz" that featured Meek Mill, Puff Daddy and French Montana, but now he returns with an actual remix of the track that features Nas, Schoolboy Q and Rick Ross. The new beat is composed by Sledgren, RMB Justize, and Ricky P, and is substantially chiller than the original's. Rozay kicks the guest appearances off, and is followed by Schoolboy and then Nas. 
  • KK
    KK
    Wiz Khalifa's "We Dem Boyz" is still doing big things, and after delivering a project full of Trap Wiz bangers in the form of 28 Grams, Khalifa has delivered yet another street-ready track.
  • Versace Python
    Versace Python
    Riff Raff's debut album, NEON ICON, was made available to stream yesterday, and one of the standout cuts from it was the Diplo-produced record “Versace Python”. Tonight, an alternative version of it has surfaced onto the internet, and it just so happens to feature a second verse from Wiz Khalifa.
  • Or Nah (Remix)
    Or Nah (Remix)
    After performing at Monday night’s XXL Freshmen concert in New York City, Ty Dolla $ign decided to take to iTunes and release the official remix to his hit single “Or Nah”. However, there’s nothing really new here as the Taylor Gang singer keeps Wiz Khalifa’s verse in tact, and just adds The Weeknd’s raunchy verse that we already heard.
  • Banger
    Banger
    Following an arrest for weed yesterday in Texas, Wiz let go his 28 Grams mixtape for the fans. The effort from "Trap Wiz" contained no lack of records, with 27 total, and appearances from Juicy J, Ty Dolla $ign, Curren$y the Hot Spitta, Tuki Carter, Chevy Woods and more.
  • Word On The Town
    Word On The Town
    Word on the town is that Wiz Khalifa is back with a brand new mixtape available for download right here at HNHH. Word on the town is also that "Word On The Town" might just be the best thing on it. Featuring trippy vocals from none other than Taylor Gang representer Juicy J as well as the ghost of Pimp C, the mixtape standout finds Wiz and company flexing on snitches and threatening to fuck their bitches. Like what you're hearing?
  • The Rain
    The Rain
    Last week, Wiz Khalifa announced 28 Grams, a mixtape that he said was coming "really soon, like any day now!" Now Young Khalifa has dropped the first track from the tape, "The Rain," via his SoundCloud page.
  • Good
    Good
    Taylor Gang's tattoo artist in residence, Tuki Carter, is also a great rapper too. He links up with label boss Wiz Khalifa for this new track, entitled "Good," and ends up with a smooth, very enjoyable jam. Produced by Mark Parker, "Good" is a midtempo track that retains a chill vibe throughout, led by piano, a burbling synth and a bright, propulsive beat. Tuki Carter tells of his rise to fame on the song, rapping about riding public transportation and letting us know that he still has a lot of grinding to do before he achieves his goals.
  • Too Wild
    Too Wild
    Well here’s some new electronic dance music to kick start your weekend. DJ/producer, Afrojack, is getting ready to release his new album Forget The World on May 19th in the US, although it’s already out in some other countries. While we already heard the Snoop Dogg-featured cut “Dynamite” last month, we now get to hear the highly anticipated record with Wiz Khalifa & Devin Cruise called “Too Wild”.
  • The Planes
    The Planes
    For today's throwback track of the day we head back to 2009's How Fly mixtape from Spitta and Wiz Khalifa. At the time it dropped it was highly anticipated, and while the fans always wanted to hear a How Fly 2, it never came to fruition.
  • James Bong
    James Bong
    Wiz Khalifa just took to SoundCloud to share the latest in a series of short tracks he's been releasing, this one hilariously titled "James Bong." The track was accompanied on SoundCloud by the description "juss a lil art." In the two-minute-long cut, Wiz compares himself to James Bond ("I'm on a mission"), Bruce Lee ("the way I kick it") and Tiger Woods ("the way I hit it"). His lyrics mostly center around whipping it in the kitchen, befitting the trap beat that is behind Wiz on "James Bong." 
  • What You 'Bout
    What You 'Bout
    Iamsu! is approaching the release date for his anticipated debut album Sincerely Yours, due out on May 13th. If you pre-order the LP on iTunes you get to download this new cut, featuring Taylor Gang smokers Wiz Khalifa and Berner, "What You 'Bout."
  • Pack Gone Missing
    Pack Gone Missing
    Migos and Rich The Kid just dropped the wildly enjoyable third release in the Streets On Lock series, and this time around, the tape had tons of hot features. One of the best comes from Taylor Gang's Wiz Khalifa and Chevy Woods on the Zaytoven-produced track "Pack Gone Missing." On the track, Migos compare themselves to Houdini, using their fast-disappearing packs of drugs as evidence of their magical trap skills. Woods joins the club in mimicking the ATL trio's highly addictive signature flow, consisting of triplets rapped in four bar spurts. 
  • Hydroponic
    Hydroponic
    Death Row veteran Kurupt has linked up with Cypress Hill's B-Real and Wiz Khalifa for a 4/20 track, "Hydroponic." Centered around the method of growing weed, the track finds the trio spitting bars about getting lifted off that high quality herb. Mally Mall handles the production on this one.
  • Freakin'
    Freakin'
    Lyrica Anderson is preparing to release a new EP, King Me 2, on May 6th, and the singer/songwriter has enlisted a strong set of featured rappers to potentially gain your interest in the project. Today we've received the slowed down baby-making anthem "Freakin'" featuring Wiz Khalifa. In addition to Wiz, Ty Dolla $ign and Kevin Gates will make appearances on King Me 2. It's currently up for pre-order on iTunes.
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