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Wiz Khalifa Says 'House In The Hills' With Curren$y Is Meant For Celebrating

The Pittsburgh native talks about one of the standouts from his album Blacc Hollywood.

Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y have been collaborating for years, since before they were household names in the rap world and beyond, so why not take a little time to look back?

That's exactly what the two did on Wiz's new album, Blacc Hollywood, which dropped this week.

"This is one of my favorite songs on the album, 'House on the Hills,' just based off of the content and what it really means," Mister Cap told MTV News. "I tried to capture some real moments in my life, and Curren$y is very much a part of my life -- just as far as music, and [on] a personal level, that's my bro."

"And a lot of my accomplishments, I feel like are our own accomplishments, like, both of us. So, I wanted to celebrate that on the album."

It's one of a handful of features on the project, which also includes appearances by Nicki Minaj, Ty Dolla $ign, Juicy J and more. But the Spitta collab may sound the most natural of all of those -- with good reason, since the two have been friends for years.

"We just sit back and reflect on where we came from and where we're at," Wiz said. "That song is like another one of those reflection records."