Wiz Khalifa rolls with a sizable crew, but that doesn’t mean he can’t split off to spend some quality time with a few beautiful women. As Ty Dolla $ign puts it on the chorus of the former’s latest single, “Came here with all my dogs, but I’m tryin’ to leave with You and Your Friends.” Coming on the heels of the street (and Booth) certified KK, this cut sees the Pittsburgh heavyweight and frequent wingman Snoop Dogg going in over a smooth, yet characteristically minimal club beat by DJ Mustard. Blacc Hollywood is slated to drop August 29, via Atlantic Records. In the meantime, of course, you can watch our pages for the latest tunes.
Written by richard on 07/21/14
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