Berner Enlists Wiz Khalifa & Chevy Woods For "Wassup"

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It's a Taylor Gang affair.

Berner is readying yet another project which is set to drop very soon. The rapper's been consistently delivering new music over the years at a frequent pace. Earlier this year, he teamed up with fellow California native Mozzy for their collaborative effort, Slimey Individuals which hailed major features outside of the Taylor Gang conglomerate. As he readies the release of El Chivo which arrives next week, he unleashes a new single with Wiz Khalifa and Chevy Woods.

Berner keeps his latest track, "Wassup" a strictly Taylor Gang affair. The rapper links up with Wiz Khalif and Chevy Woods for the track which finds them hopping on production that's reminiscent of the Cabin Fever tapes. Berner's new single follows the release of his 4/20 anthem "Get Rich Or Die Smokin."

Wiz and Chevy make additional appearances on El Chivo. Wiz Khalifa joins Berner "Do What We Want" while Chevy joins Berner and Majix on "Sit Down.'

Quotable Lyrics
Kingpin shit, big grown, Colorado
Ride out to Vegas with clones in the Tahoe
Big Bern, baby girl, I'm a dope boy
I kill for my brother like Doughboy

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