Wiz Khalifa – No Dirt Mp3 Download
Listen to one of the early standouts off Wiz Khalifa’s new mixtape called “No Dirt.”
Wiz Khalifa has been relatively quiet when it comes to releasing new projects over the past couple years.
Sure he dropped off 2 small EP’s this Summer with Pre-Rolleds & Bong Rips in June, and also shared an album called Khalifa last year, which acted kinda like a compilation project from T.G.O.D., but the last time the Pittsburgh native treated fans to a mixtape of his own was back in 2015 with Cabin Fever 3.
Soon right after, Wiz quickly went to teasing & promoting his Rolling Papers 2 album, and even though we’re two years removed from his first initial tweet about it, the album has yet to arrive.
A couple weeks ago, Wiz informed us that the album was finally done, but before we’re treated to it he’s going to release a new mixtape first on November 10th called Laugh Now Fly Later, which happened to have just surfaced a little while ago now that that day is here.
The 10-track project is led by the previously heard single “Letterman” and features a lone appearance from West Coast rapper Casey Veggies, who appears on the intro track “Royal Highness.”
Looking to highlight one the new records, here goes one the early standouts called “No Dirt.” Going in over the bass-heavy, Sledgren-produced beat, Wiz isn’t about that low-grade weed here, and raps about his luxurious lifestyle & flower.
He even calls out the whack artists in the industry in the process, rapping “Gotta be sharp, the game’s filled with whack artists/ I ain’t hating on you dawg, get yours, but don’t ever think I’m convinced.”
Highlighted by its laid back vibe & effortless rhymes, “No Dirt” is another strong addition to Wiz’s growing catalogue of weed records.
Suggest you roll up and enjoy the new vibes. Laugh Now, Fly Later available now on iTunes.
Physically fit, smoking that shit you can’t get
If it don’t make dollars, then well it don’t make sense
Got my crib out in Cali, buy everything for my kid
You hear me talk about it, fuckin’ right, it’s what I live