After much delay, Wiz Khalifa has finally released the official remix to his Blacc Hollywood first single “We Dem Boyz”. With a brand new re-worked instrumental, Young Khalifa recruits Rick Ross, ScHoolboy Q, and Nas. The beat is much slower than the original, but we dig it anyway. Also Wiz forthcoming album will be in stores August 19th, 2014.
Produced by RMB Justize, Sledgren, Ricky P.
UPDATE: Here’s the final version, which we included after the jump.
Abel has been on fire lately with remixes, and last night he releases the DJ Mustard produced “Or Nah (Remix)”, originally featuring Ty Dolla $ign. The original version is featured on Ty’s latest EP, which can be purchased here. He really did this job on this remix, can’t even front.
Check out the remix after the jump.
UPDATE: The song has been added to iTunes, and we now have the official version with some different arrangements on it.
UPDATE 2: Now we have the official video for Ty’s latest single.
Wiz Khalifa returned back to The Breakfast Club this morning to discuss his recent arrest, arrest record, and latest mixtape 28 Grams. He also talks about Lola Monroe, and Cardo leaving the Taylor Gang imprint, his relationship with Snoop Dogg and more. Wiz also says his album Blacc Hollywood is slated to be released with a tentative date during the summer.
Around the 11:40 mark, Khalifa reveals that he’s finishing up a remix to his first single “We Dem Boyz”, which features Nas, and one of artist he couldn’t name. The remix will feature a brand new beat, so we’re anxious to hear that.
After releasing several “WeedMix’s” Young Khalifa Man, releases an appetizer 28 Grams to hold us over until his forthcoming studio album, Blacc Hollywood. The DJ Drama hosted mixtape, includes 28 tracks including production from Sledgren, Metro Boomin, 808 Mafia, ID Labs, Juicy J, and more.
Check out the stream, tracklisting, and download link after the break.
You gotta love these “in the studio” sessions that Jake One does. Today, Jake One goes into detail of “The Grinder” he produced for Wiz Khalifa for his Taylor Allderdice mixtape. He says it was done in 2009, and was originally used for Brother Ali.
Cop Snare Jordan 2, here.
It’s been a little bit since I’ve indulged in a Wiz record that I actually truly fucked with. His new collabo with Taylor Gang brosef Berner has fulfilled my need, and should be expected on the gang’s upcoming project. Take a jump in after the break and roll one.
While Terrance Martin is gearing up to release his forthcoming jazz/hip hop album, “3ChordFold”. He releases in studio footage with Wiz Khalifa as the two work on the track called “Motivation”. Also the first single, “No Wrong, No Right,” which features Robert Glasper and James Fauntleroy, which will be available on iTunes on July 30th.
The tracklisting has been released as well which can be found after the jump. Features include Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Ab-Soul Musiq Soulchild, Wiz Khalifa, and more.
Pre-order the album here.
And it keeps getting better.
After dropping his Beach House 2 mixtape earlier, Ty drops in studio visuals to he and Wiz’s “Irie”. Which is my favorite song right now. bar none. I’m iiiiiiiiiiiiiirie.
Check it out in my bookbag.