13 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“The grind is what made us.” Khalifa begins on a reflective note, laying out the road map that Wiz took to the top. It’s an attitude that pulses through the album as he documents the grind (“City View” and “Cowboy”) and the hustle (“Bake Sale” and “Make a Play”). To slow-rolling trap beats, Wiz enjoys the victories with calculated cool (“Celebrate”) and flexes his singing voice ("Call Waiting”). A must-hear is “Zoney”—real talk that concludes with banter between Wiz and his son Sebastian—showing all the smoke hasn’t clouded his judgment or his vision.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“The grind is what made us.” Khalifa begins on a reflective note, laying out the road map that Wiz took to the top. It’s an attitude that pulses through the album as he documents the grind (“City View” and “Cowboy”) and the hustle (“Bake Sale” and “Make a Play”). To slow-rolling trap beats, Wiz enjoys the victories with calculated cool (“Celebrate”) and flexes his singing voice ("Call Waiting”). A must-hear is “Zoney”—real talk that concludes with banter between Wiz and his son Sebastian—showing all the smoke hasn’t clouded his judgment or his vision.

TITLE TIME

More By Wiz Khalifa

You May Also Like