Although O.N.I.F.C. lacks the powerful hit single like "Black And Yellow," which set off his debut album, Rolling Papers, this album is still highly (get it) anticipated. Wiz's fan base has been encouraged with strong offerings from songs like "It's Nothin," The Bluff," and "Remember Me" as well as the critically acclaimed mixtape Taylor Allderdice.
Last night, the album was played in its entirety, as Wiz was surrounded by Chevy Woods, Lola Monroe, Sledgren, Tuki Carter and many more members of the Taylor Gang and an unusually large joint. "It opens you up and trips you out, along with what i'm saying too and that's what's really important," Wiz says about his album. "The music sounds good, and everything is beautiful, but what I'm saying is kind of like...it makes sense too."
To get an in depth preview of Wiz Khalifa's sophomore album, O.N.I.F.C., check out the pages after the links.
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