Just a few days after completing the 4/20 cipher by dropping his latest project Fly Times Volume 1: The Good Fly Young, Wiz Khalifa has taken to Twitter to announce he’s taking his show on the road and he’s bringing some heavy hitting homies with him.
Of the long list of things Ty Dolla $ign boasts about, gallivanting with women in relationships ranks rather high. And that fact is reaffirmed on his new, Fetty Wap-assisted single “When I See Ya.”
Over the weekend (May 2), Wiz Khalifa made his Saturday Night Live debut in style with a live performance of his contribution to the Furious 7 soundtrack, “See You Again.”
Furious 7 saw major success during its record-breaking opening weekend. Now, fans receive a tear-jerking visual for “See You Again,” Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth track from the film’s official soundtrack.
After releasing a few collaborative tracks, Taylor Gang’s Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign make due on their promise to drop a joint EP called Talk About It In The Morning.
Rappers and more importantly close friends Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y have a storied history of synergetic collaborations. And they’ll add another to the fold with a joint release called #2009.
Our prayers have been answered. After releasing numerous collaborations, Taylor Gang’s Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign are due to release a joint EP called Talk About it in the Morning.
Wiz Khalifa boasts a diverse fan base, so it made perfect sense for WWE to include him in Monday night’s live telecast of Raw.
Today, Wiz Khalifa’s second contribution to the upcoming Furious 7 arrives. Titled “See You Again,” the heartfelt record features Charlie Puth.
Life has come at Wiz Khalifa faster than a speeding bullet in recent months. Luckily for fans, he keeps most of his thoughts on wax, which leads us to this visual for his new track “Decisions.”
Juicy J observes the game and, more often than not, shares his findings in the booth. That’s a perfect segue to explain “For Everybody,” a track dedicated to the veteran rapper’s experiences with groupies, gold diggers, and the like.
Wiz Khalifa takes viewers back to where it all started in the visual for “Still Down.”