THEY. & Wiz Khalifa Drop Off Blurred Visuals For "What I Know Now"

Karlton Jahmal
October 29, 2018 22:48

THEY. and Wiz Khalifa release "What I Know Now" video ahead of their new album "Fireside."

Neo-Soul/Hip-Hop group THEY. is blessing fans with a new album on November 9 entitled Fireside. After the success of their debut album Nü Religion: Hyena, THEY. has been busy at work hopping on features and crafting their follow-up project. With Fireside only two weeks away, THEY. decided to pull up alongside Wiz Khalifa with visuals for their new single "What I Know Now."

As the title suggests, "What I Know Now" focuses on growth and maturity. Hindsight is always 20/20, but THEY. still wishes they could take their lessons learned to utilize them in past situations. Produced by THEY.'s Dante Jones, "What I Know Now" features an instrumental that falls snugly into familiar territory. Emotional guitar riffs and dizzying base lines are signature sounds for THEY., and if it isn't broke, don't fix it. Wiz Khalifa opines about his success and drops the obligatory KK (Khalifa Kush) reference on the last verse, capping off a sensational single satisfactorily. The video is shot in what appears to be 90's camcorder style, with blurry visuals of THEY. and Wiz performing onstage and smoking loud taking center focus. 

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