Wiz Khalifa Songs

  • Refresh / Say No More
    Refresh / Say No More
    Although Wiz Khalifa hasn't announced any new projects for 2015, the past few weeks have seen him dropping new one-offs at a fairly consistent clip. The last of these, "Smoke Chambers," saw him getting very trippy over a Mac DeMarco sample, and now he's gone further down the rabbit hole with a new one by the name of "Refresh / Say No More."
  • Sex You Up
    Sex You Up
    Lyrica Anderson once again nabs Wiz Khalifa as a feature on her new single, which will hopefully have a bit more life than the last one "Freakin" did. This one is that clubby r'n'b that has become so popular, with a beat that sounds sort of like watered down DJ Mustard production. Wiz Khalifa offers up a few bars mid-way to keep our interest alive. What do you think of the collaboration? Will Lyrica Anderson see her r'n'b career takeoff this year, or nah? Purchase the track on iTunes.
  • Smoke Chambers
    Smoke Chambers
    Amid drama of a rumored sex tape, Wiz decides to unleash some new music to get a few things off his chest. While you might think it's just about weed based off the title, he actually addresses the media frenzy he experiences as a celebrity on the record, "I'm in the light, all of my life get put on display. Nothing to call my own, ducking and dodging every day, put that camera phone away and keep it real with me."
  • Simple Conversation
    Simple Conversation
    Well, this was unexpected. Wiz Khalifa just dropped off a new track entitled "Simple Conversation" on his SoundCloud, and with no projects currently looming in his future, we're left to wonder where this one will land. It was produced by Sledgren & Ricky P and also features Atlanta natives Bankroll Fresh and Reese.
  • Hoe In You
    Hoe In You
    After signing with Jermaine Dupri's storied So So Def label earlier this year, Royce Rizzy's seen his stock in thr game skyrocket, nabbing assists from K Camp, Twista and Dupri himself on the Determination EP, released in September.
  • The Sleaze (Remix)
    The Sleaze (Remix)
    It's now been a few month since Wiz Khalifa's Blacc Hollywood dropped, but we know that at least one person, namely Smoke DZA, is still bumping the Taylor Gang' boss' latest project. Today, he drops off a remix of Young Khalifa's "The Sleaze." A a marathon-length track that makes great use of squelchy synths, distant horn stabs and a rolling beat, the remix has the Kush God spitting at about 90 seconds in for a good 32 bars. Naturally, his lyrics (like Wiz's) mostly pertain to marijuana, but if you came here, you already knew that. 
  • Twerk It
    Twerk It
    Project Pat snags features from two of his most famous Taylor Gang affiliates on "Twerk It." Intended for the emcee's upcoming Cheeze N Dope 3 mixtape hosted by MMG’s DJ Scream, the track also features a closing verse from Wale and club-ready production from the reliable KE On The Track. Check for this one in strip clubs across America.
  • Should've Never
    Should've Never
    Taylor Gang’s newest signee, Jr Donato, just came through and dropped off his newest mixtape tonight titled North Pole. Laced with 15 tracks, the project features guest appearances from Ab-Soul, IAMSU!, Smoke DZA, KR, Courtney Noelle and fellow T.G.O.D. members Wiz Khalifa & Chevy Woods.
  • I Don't Sell Molly No More (Remix)
    I Don't Sell Molly No More (Remix)
    In case you somehow missed it, Drake released 3 new songs earlier this evening, but OVO wasn't quite done for the night. Recent signee iLoveMakonnen just let go of yet another remix of his self-titled EP highlight, "I Don't Sell Molly No More" which leaves the recently added Wiz Khalifa verse intact, but also adds a verse from Atlanta phenomenon Gucci Mane.
  • Touch The Sky
    Touch The Sky
    We are nearing the end of the month, so Cam’ron should be just about ready to drop off the fifth volume in his 1st Of The Month series come November 1st. To kick the campaign off, Cam decides to unleash this new Wiz Khalifa & Smoke DZA-featured single titled “Touch The Sky”, (which shouldn’t be confused with Kanye’s 2005 hit of the same name).
  • Pussy Overrated
    Pussy Overrated
    After Mike WiLL's collabo with Big Sean "Paradise" got leaked by the rapper himself, Mike WiLL Made It goes ahead and lets go a new collaboration off his upcoming Ransom mixtape. He nabs frequent collaborator Future for the hook as well as Wiz Khalifa, who's been popping up a lot lately.
  • Strong
    Berner & B-Real have teamed up for Prohibition, a seven-track project (available for download here) tailor-made for ganja smokers all over the world. The whole tape is pretty excellent, but "Strong" may just be the aptly-titled highlight. Featuring a Kush & OJ-esque verse from Wiz Khalifa that'll have you reminiscing on the old days, and smooth production from Cozmo, this one rides in the whip, the home, and the headphones.
  • All Day
    All Day
    Lanky stoner Wiz Khalifa and ripped-as-fuck wrestler John Cena may have little in common on paper, but it turns out they can rock a collabo pretty well. We already heard "Breaks," the poppier of their two tracks that appear on the upcoming WWE 2K15 soundtrack, and now here's "All Day," a more unrelenting cut.
  • Breaks
    Wrestling and hip-hop have been intertwined quite a bit this year, whether in the form of a T.I. vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. fight or Rick Ross walking Adrien Broner into the ring. But one man embodies the overlap between the sport and music genre more than anyone else: John Cena. The longtime wrestler has made his rapping abilities well-known, and now he pairs up with Wiz Khalifa on two track from the upcoming "WWE 2K15" soundtrack. Here's the first of them, "Breaks."
  • I Don't Sell Molly No More
    I Don't Sell Molly No More
    Last week we reported that iLoveMakonnen would be re-releasing his self-titled debut in an effort to capitalize on his recent OVO affiliation. Now, we've received a taste of what the new project has to offer. For this brand new rendition of "I Don't Sell Molly No More," Makonnen lands a characteristically weed-centric verse from Wiz Khalifa. Outside of the Wiz, however, both Makonnen's vocals and Sonny Digital's original instrumental remain untouched. 
  • Countin Money
    Countin Money
    Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa built a cult fanbase off their stoned out collaborations back in the How Fly mixtape days, and the two certainly still have plenty of material in the stash from their many collaborative sessions. The newest track from the two proud potheads sounds like it may be a couple years old, appearing on Spitta's brand new mixtape More Saturday Night Car Tunes which he dropped out of nowhere last night.
  • Try Me (Remix)
    Try Me (Remix)
    A few days ago, we warned you that a big remix of relatively unknown rapper TeJ Loaf's song "Try Me" was on its way. Now it's arrived, and although it's not Drake who's done the remixing, it's Wiz Khalifa, who was our second guess. 
  • Dojo
    Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa are a beloved rap duo. While they haven't been working together quite as often over the last little while, anytime they do link up it's like nothing's changed. "Dojo", which comes off Spitta's surprise Saturday Night Car Tunes EP released earlier tonight, is a solid example of such.
  • Shenanigans
    Curtis Williams is quickly becoming one of the hottest artists in Atlanta. Tomorrow, the Two-9 member will release his tape Danco James, and we've got a huge record from it to share with you today. "Shenanigans" was produced by Metro Boomin and features Wiz Khalifa and Two-9's own Jace. 
  • For The Low Pt. 2
    For The Low Pt. 2
    Lil Bibby has been popping up everywhere recently, after covering this year's XXL Freshmen issue, he's been getting his feature game up, and becoming something of a protege to Juicy J, appearing on the Memphis legend's latest few singles, including "Low" with Nicki Minaj and Young Thug. Today, he's scored some admirable features for his own track, enlisting Juicy as well as Taylor Gang head honcho Wiz Khalifa, who help out on a rework of his 2013 banger, "For The Low".