14 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wiz Khalifa’s third album sees him transitioning with ease from stoner-next-door to bonafide rap star, largely thanks to “Black and Yellow,” a soaring, stadium-sized ode to his Philadelphia hometown. Rolling Papers blends Khalifa’s perma-chill hippie rap with anthemic choruses: “Roll Up” and “No Sleep” are giddy synth-pop bangers that revel in carefree indulgence. He's got plenty of reason to celebrate, too: As he crows on the dreamily triumphant "Rooftops," “Used to not be allowed in the building, but now we on the rooftop.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wiz Khalifa’s third album sees him transitioning with ease from stoner-next-door to bonafide rap star, largely thanks to “Black and Yellow,” a soaring, stadium-sized ode to his Philadelphia hometown. Rolling Papers blends Khalifa’s perma-chill hippie rap with anthemic choruses: “Roll Up” and “No Sleep” are giddy synth-pop bangers that revel in carefree indulgence. He's got plenty of reason to celebrate, too: As he crows on the dreamily triumphant "Rooftops," “Used to not be allowed in the building, but now we on the rooftop.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

topher013 ,

Best of the best right here

Best rap album of 2011? Yes

Boozy425 ,

Taylor gang gone

Wiz I'll listen again when you start rapping and stop singing. 2-3 good songs on the album... Pathetic.

Neilson42 ,

awful

this is so bad... i am not a 15 year old girl, so im gonna hate this album, absolutely sold out, kush and oj, burn after rolling, prince of the city, gone

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