Wiz Khalifa, the man who shifted Hip-Hop culture years ago by being himself and smoking tons of weed, throws down a “Royal Flush” with the release of Multiverse.
Multiverse, the long-awaited, 17-track album released under Taylor Gang and Asylum Records late July of 2022 — Khalifa’s first solo, “independent” album. The project has production from legends of the industry like; E. Dan, Sledgren, and TM88. Executively produced by Wiz Khalifa and his manager, CEO of Taylor Gang, Will Dzombak.
A melody written about a presumably lost-lover. Wiz mentions an album that they share many memories with, “And now its the soundtrack to our life” “Now you’re gone go figure, now you better not play it for another”. I’m curious to find out what this album is.
This track is a great representation of the unpopular perspective that Wiz always shares in his music — spreading positively versus the negative energy we hear in today’s music. A great message for the kids.
In this song, Wiz name drops a lot of his peers and mentors in Pittsburgh like; Chevy Woods, Sledgren, and Spitta. The first verse of the track is an ode to his lost friends. The second verse Khalifa shares more of his story, about the men who helped guide him climb to the top.
Wizzle released 3 full collaborative records since December 2021. Including; Wiz Got Wings, a project with common collaborators Cardo and Sledgren, Stoner’s Night, with Juicy J, and Full Court Press with Big K.R.I.T, Smoke DZA, and Girl Talk.
Currently headlining the Vinyl Verse Tour with Logic and support from Taylor Gang’s newest signee, Fedd The God. Wiz Khalifa should be known for 1 thing, and its not weed—setting a grand example of how to play your cards right, how to stay in the game.