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.
When we spoke to Wiz Khalifa during his "Under The Influence" tour, he mentioned that "Promises" would be the next song to drop off of the upcoming Blacc Hollywood album. It arrives sooner than we expected, with a stream of the song coming through MTV this morning.
[Edit: Back to the top with the official release]
Wiz Khalifa's Blacc Hollywood is coming in two weeks, and the pre-releases just keep rolling in. The most recent of which is "So High", a re-worked version of alt-R&B singer Ghost Loft's 2013 track of the same name.
A short snippet of this new Wiz Khalifa single off Blacc Hollywood, "We Dem Boyz" dropped last week, although it was only a short preview of the hook (which consists of a repetitive "We Dem Boyz" in auto-tune), it appeared as though the skinny rapper was taking his cue from ATLiens.
Wiz has unleashed a brand new leak off of his upcoming Blacc Hollywood LP. Leaning a bit toward the hip-pop spectrum of rap music, "True Colors" has all of the makings of a potential radio hit, from a catchy chorus right on down to a Nicki Minaj feature.
A couple weeks back, Wiz Khalifa debuted a new song from Blacc Hollywood in a live setting, but today we get to hear a bit of the studio version of "Got Me Some More".
Khalifa's DJ, Bonics, swung by Shade 45 today to play a preview of the Young Chop produced track on Sway In The Morning.
Wiz Khalifa has been teasing fans about Blacc Hollywood for some time now. He first announced the new album back in June 2013, but he's been very slow to get things rolling. That's not say he hasn't dropped records though, but we have yet to receive any sort of release date.
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."