Though Wiz Khalifa ran radio in the first half of 2015 with "See You Again," he hasn't dropped a solo project in over a year, since the summer of 2014's Blacc Hollywood. But he's already announced plans for Rolling Papers 2: The Weed Album, and it looks like he's in new music mode.
On Thursday (Oct. 23), Mister Cap dropped two new jams: "Outsiders," produced by longtime collaborator Big Jerm; and "Just Because," produced by New York-bred beatsmith Harry Fraud.
"Still the same Cam/ Who I was is who I am," Young Khalifa raps on "Outsiders." And that really does seem like the case these days -- and I mean that not as a slight, saying that he hasn't grown musically, but as a nod to the fact he seems to have found his continued groove in terms of beat selection and overall feel of the records he's releasing.
These aren't the first signs that Wiz has been in the stu cooking up heat, either. Just a week ago, he dropped "Most of Us," produced by fellow Pittsburgh native ID Labs. And within the last month, he's also dropped "King of Everything" and "Burn Slow" with Rae Sremmurd and "No Social Media" with Snoop Dogg.
Keep 'em coming, Wiz.
"Most Of Us"
"King Of Everything"
"No Social Media"