Deep into his profession, Wiz Khalifa seems to have discovered concord. It’s a top-quality mirrored within the carefree and easygoing nature of his latest music, together with his newest mixtape Big Pimpin. Released on his thirty-third birthday and named after Jay-Z’s traditional collaboration with UGK, the tape served as a welcome provide for loyal followers desirous to catch a vibe.
Wiz Khalifa – Prove It ft. Currensy
And whereas it’s not precisely breaking new floor, Wiz’s stoner attraction continues to translate successfully, particularly when he’s backed by the ever-reliable skills of his longtime smoking accomplice Curren$y. Though it hasn’t been that long since they reconnected to drop off 2009, that point can really feel for much longer in a kush-soaked haze.
Especially once we’re taking a look at one thing with the efficiency of Khalifa Kush. Perhaps that’s why Spitta and Wiz’s reunions at all times really feel like two associates reconnecting after a protracted absence, their well-established chemistry rapidly kicking again into gear.
On “Prove It,” the backdrop is a much more melodic and vibe-driven one, an obvious soundtrack for the nightcap joint. Fans of the pair’s handiwork ought to undoubtedly examine this one out — and keep in mind, there’s rather more the place that got here from.
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