Drake jumped on “Tuesday” and everything changed for iLoveMakonnen. Now he has finally caught is break he is trying to keep everyone’s attention by rereleasing revamped versions of his music including “I Don’t Sell Molly No More”.
Off his self-titled debut effort which originally dropped in July, “I Don’t Sell Molly No More” was once a solo effort but to attract more attention, iLoveMakonnen brought in Wiz Khalifa for a verse. While opinions are still up in the air over Makonnen’s flow, “I Don’t Sell Molly No More” certainly benefits from a dope verse from Wiz.
Listen to “I Don’t Sell Molly No More” below.
At this point in time, no rap album is complete unless there is at least one track dedicated to the female posterior. So it is only fitting that Wiz Khalifa join the party by making a joint which will make that “A** Drop”.
Short and sweet and perfect for the club, “A** Drop” boasts one of Blacc Hollywood‘s hottest beats along with some of Khalifa’s slickest rhymes. Certainly inspired by the moves of his wife, Amber Rose, “A** Drop” will have some serious twerking side-effects.
Listen to “A** Drop” below.
While Wiz Khalifa has gone from underground sensation to mainstream superstar, his personality has never wavered. He has felt the pressure to change but Wiz has always been one to maintain his “True Colors”.
One of the many dope collaborations found on Blacc Hollywood, “True Colors” may have Wiz doing more singing than fans are used to but he continues to show he is the same old Taylor Gang president. Nicki Minaj joins Wiz on the track as these two come together to make a great feel good track.
Listen to “True Colors” below.
Although they have all been extremely successful, nobody has ever confused Trey Songz and Drake with Wiz Khalifa. Trigga and Drizzy have made a living off their versatility and talents of rapping and singing. Until now, Wiz never attempted the R&B thing. The key there is, until now.
The latest of the slue of releases from Blacc Hollywood, “Promises” is the most experimental Wiz Khalifa has gotten in awhile. While there are some vibes similar to his older work, this is full out R&B status. While he is certainly helped out by the production “Promises” is actually quite successful.
Listen to “Promises” below.
While he has brought his underground following with him since his rise into mainstream rap, Wiz Khalifa made his money by playing to the masses with huge radio singles. Now as his new album approaches, those fans who’ve enjoyed tracks like “Young, Wild & Free” and “No Sleep” will be pleased to hear Khalifa’s latest leak.
With all the catchiness and radio-friendly production which gave Wiz the biggest hits in his career, “Stayin Out All Night” certainly rivals them all. The newest track which will be heard at every summer party the rest of 2014, “Stayin Out All Night” may not be the track which pleases Khalifa’s hardcore fans, but this is the track that will sell copies of Blacc Hollywood.
Listen to “Stayin Out All Night” below.
Wiz Khalifa has shown unquestionable loyalty to his Taylor Gang brethren since jumping on the scene. But even Wiz sometime succumbs to his inner desires. That’s why even though he came out with his boys, Khalifa just wants to go home with “You & Your Friends”.
The brand new single from the long awaited project Blacc Hollywood, “You & Your Friends” takes advantage of yet another dope DJ Mustard beat. Joining Wiz are two of his closest, Snoop Dogg and Ty Dolla $ign, who both seem to be fine with Khalifa’s urges because they too are trying to wake up with “You & Your Friends”.
Listen to “You & Your Friends” below.
The push towards Blacc Hollywood is in full force for Wiz Khalifa. Recently he revealed the official artwork for his fifth studio album along with the star-studded and unexpected sequel to the project’s lead single.
WIth a revamped beat and a trio of big names beside him, Wiz Khalifa put it all in for “We Dem Boyz Pt. 2”. Rick Ross, Schoolboy Q and most surprisingly Nas join Khalifa as he remixes the track for the second time. This version should no doubt get the attention of those who just weren’t feeling the original.
Listen to “We Dem Boyz Pt. 2” below.