Fresh off the release of his latest street album, Wiz Khalifa returns to the Booth with a standout cut off the project. On Rowland, the freestyle series alumnus trades blunted, high-rolling verses with Cinematic signee (and fellow freestyle alum) Smoke DZA over a characteristically hazy instrumental by Big Jerm. Khalifa’s Taylor Allderdice tape is out now online. Watch for Smoke DZA to drop his next street album, Rugby Thompson, in the near future.
Written by richard on 03/14/12
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