Morocco seems to be a popular destination these days; just a week and change after we heard Ballad send his girl Love From the North African nation, Wiz Khalifa steps into the Booth with a mixtape outtake inspired by the exotic locale. Here, Sledgren‘s atmospheric synth grooves bang in the back as the Pittsburgh native (recently dubbed MTV’s “9th Hottest MC in the game) rhymes around the theme of alienation and the quest for acceptance. While this joint didn’t make it onto the final tracklist, those digging it will undoubtedly find more to like on Taylor Allderdice, a street album named after Wiz’ Steel City high school. Keep it locked for release details on the project, as well as all the latest tunes.
Written by richard on 02/22/12
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"Say Yeah" (2008)
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