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. He then gave away two laid-back stoner tracks, "Just Because" and "Outsiders," the first produced by Harry Fraud and the latter by Big Jerm and Christo. For his latest, "Fucc Day," he's brought along Taylor Gang in-house Ricky P, and the record is something totally different.
Going off the title, this is a bedroom song. The Ricky P beat features wavy synths and trappy drums -- perfect for Wiz' stoner raps, but the TGOD boss actually sings on the entire record, and he's able to maintain a steady, captivating flow, another showcase of his excellent pop sensibility. Wiz can get explicit when he wants to, but it's his subtlety that makes "Fucc Day" shine.
No word if "Fucc Day" will land on Rolling Papers 2, which still doesn't have a release date, but we're not complaining, as Wiz has been consistently dropping standout tracks.
Got me catchin' feelings that strange
Just call me up when you wanna bone
You can call up a n*gga phone
I'ma come over where you stay
It don't really matter what you doin'
It could be the middle of the day