Our 50 Favorite Wiz Khalifa Songs

In the music world, influence manifests itself in many different ways. Whether it be sonically — changing the sounds that artists use and often creating some sort of new trend and/or subgenre in the process — or aesthetically — changing the “cool” styles in music and the lifestyles that artists speak about in their songs — influence can arrive packaged as a quick viral moment or a lasting flame, both of which hold value in their own rights.  Pittsburgh’s own, the Taylor Gang representative himself, Wiz Khalifa, is one of the rare talents who comes around and entirely shifts the culture in both of the aforementioned ways. Especially when he first came out, Wiz’s lanky, tattooed build and effortlessly cool stoner lifestyle made him a genuinely alluring artist, and while his personal style (snapbacks, the dyed patch of hair, etc.) was worthy of mention, the music was there to back it all up. Simply put, Wiz’s style, both on the mic and off, quickly set a standard for creatives and other artists to congregate toward, marking him as one of music’s most underrated culture-shifters of the last decade or so. Even further, beyond the influence that Wiz has had on a …

Watch Nardwuar interview Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa

Curren$y and Wiz Khalifa are fresh off of the release of their well recived project 2009, so it’s only right when they stopped in Vancouver that took some time out to chat with the legend Nardwuar! You will find the two emcees getting asked about plenty of interesting topics such as Willie Hutch, Wiz working with LL’s own Cole Bennett, Master P, when they first met, their thoughts about each other, the tour they are currently on, the time that Curren$y fell asleep on Nardwuar, frozen cups, C-Murder & Gregory D and more. Check out this awesome new interview below!

Demeanor – [Casey Veggies] x [Rockie Fresh] x [Curren$y]

While browsing through Soundcloud this morning I came across a super dope new record from Casey Veggies, Rockie Fresh and Curren$y titled “Demeanor”. The instrumental on this offering was handled by Leken Taylor & Ashton Mccreight and together they made a glossy beat that has been stuck in my head for about an hour now, it has a laid back and relaxing quality to it, and it only got better once each of these elite emcees laid their contributions over it. Listen to this brand new record below and if you like it be sure to share it with a friend!

Flatbed Ferrari – [Curren$y]

One of the most real OG’s and greatest lyricist in hip-hop, Curren$y, has shared another song with the world and we could not be happier. Curren$y shared a remix to Playboi Carti’s “Flatbed Freestyle” renaming the track “Flatbed Ferrari.” Spitta is clearly teasing the third installment of his Weed & Instrumentals project that will obviously be featuring the Pi’erre Bourne produced track. No surprise, Curren$y delivers his smooth flow over the hype production with ease flexing his love of cars, private jets and his Jet Life record label. This is the second song we have received from the masterful MC after the release of his song, “GRAND” shared less than a week ago. Listen to the new song from Curren$y Spita below and make sure to tell us your thoughts in the comment section!

Grand – [Curren$y]

Curren$y is a blue-chip kind of artist. For years now, he’s been one of the most consistent in the game, dropping hazy, soulful gems that demand to be thrown on repeat for hours at a time. Today, the Spitta himself adds to this legacy with yet another slow-burning anthem entitled “Grand”. As noted in the title, this track is “grand” in its presence, allowing Curren$y to black out over the smooth instrumental with his signature, ever-so-relaxed cadences. He’s a lifestyle rapper at heart, and by simply describing what his day-to-day life consists of, Curren$y is sure to grab the attention of everyone who looks his way. “Grand” is an addictive gem from the captain himself, so be sure to stream the single below and keep an eye out for more from Curren$y hopefully on the way!

FETTI – [Curren$y] [Freddie Gibbs] & [The Alchemist]

The wait is over, Fetti is here. Curren$y, Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist’s long awaited project is out and it was well well worth the wait. From the moment it starts the project meets the sonic expectation placed on such a noteworthy collaboration. The chemistry is palpable, the bars are calculated and the production, is nothing short of classic. The project doesn’t over stay its welcome, at nine tracks totaling 24-minutes long, Fetti has major replay value. The trio flex their dynamic ability delivering an array of songs varying in mood, both lyrically and production wise. Songs like “Location Remote” and “Willie Lloyd” are grittier while “Saturday Night Special” and “Now & Later Gators” showcase the softer side of Gibbs and Curren$y. Listen to, Fetti below and tell us what you think of the Freddie Gibbs, Curren$y and The Alchemist collaboration in the comment section!

LL Presents: The IDK Q&A

IDK is one of the best lyrical emcees in the game but that’s no secret, so when he recently was in Chicago on his tour with A$AP Ferg a few weeks back it was only right to bring him by the Lyrical Lemonade office for the latest edition of our Q&A series. You will find him speaking about a ton of interesting subjects such as his recent XXL Freestyle, his tour that he is currently on, his relationship with A$AP Ferg, his influences and so much more! Take a few minutes of your time to learn a thing or two about IDK below and while you’re at it be sure to listen to his latest release! Although we did this Q&A about a month ago I wanted to wait for the release of our brand new website to bless our readers with it, take a few minutes to learn a thing or two about Jay IDK below! — EM: You are touring with A$AP Ferg, what is your relationship like with him? IDK: A$AP Ferg is like my big bro, he definitely got people hip to a lot of shit that is going on in the industry. He teaches the …

Watch Gunplay’s brand new interview with BRealTV

BRealTV has been providing a ton of good content for some years now, and the other day they had Gunplay on their newest episode of The Smokebox! You will find them discussing plenty of subjects such as his brand new album, taking the independent route for the first time, no one being original in the game, why 2pac had such an affect on him, how he created the cover of his album, looking up to Tech N9ne, being raised by hip-hop, working with Rick Ross & Curren$y and so much more. Watch this brand new interview below!

Rolling Papers 2 – [Wiz Khalifa]

For longtime fans of Wiz Khalifa, the sequel to his 2011 Rolling Papers album has been a long time coming and now, it is officially in our grasp. Entitled Rolling Papers 2, the 25-track offering is a testament to the classic Wiz-sound that was pioneered way back when featuring a collection of new-school/old-school artists including Snoop Dogg, Curren$y, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Jimmy Wopo, Lil Skies, Swae Lee & THEMXXNLIGHT to name a few, with production from a few familiar faces in E.Dan, Sledgren, TM88 & Young Chop. From start to finish, RP2 is absolutely flooded with hit-songs and much like the previous project that featured tracks like On My Level, Black & Yellow, and No Sleep, it’s evident that the Pittsburgh rap star is more-than-ready to takeover playlists and radio stations alike for a while. With that being said, kick-off your weekend with Wiz Khalifa’s Rolling Papers 2 album and after doing so, let us know which songs you’ve got on repeat already.

Real Rich – [Wiz Khalifa] Ft. [Gucci Mane]

Along with the announcement of his forthcoming project Rolling Papers 2 set to drop on July, 13th, Wiz Khalifa is back on our pages once again with the first single from the tape titled Real Rich with Gucci Mane. Produced by Khalifa man’s latest go-to producer E.Dan, the title of the track is pretty self-explanatory as the Taylor Gang boss & Guwop bodied the banging instrumental reassuring us of their money-stacking, diamond-wearing, expensive car lifestyles. If you’re an OG fan of Wiz, the first installment in the Rolling Papers series was probably one of your first impressions of him and if you recall the barrage of heaters like On My Level, Black and Yellow, No Sleep and Rooftops with Curren$y, those happened to be some of the most repeat-worthy tracks from all the way back in 2011. You can bet the sequel to that tape is about to change the game once again, but until it’s release, let loose the Gucci Mane-assisted Real Rich below and stay tuned for more details on Rolling Papers 2!