Wiz Khalifa's new album is practically just around the corner. If you look hard enough, you can see the edge of the artwork peeking at everyone.
For those who aren't following the comings and goings of Wiz and his music these days, the record will hit retail shelves on August 19. Khalifa spread the news about the album's release earlier this summer, an announcement that included the official artwork.
Did you miss out on Wiz Khalifa's tweet regarding his next musical endeavor? As always, we're here to help. Check out the artwork for Blacc Hollywood below.
Blacc Hollywood August 19th. #BlaccHollywood pic.twitter.com/6ynXXeAXdlAccording to reliable folks over at HotNewHipHop, the track list for Wiz Khalifa's upcoming collection of songs has finally popped up online. Curious to see which tunes made the final cut? Take a look at the official tracklist, though keep in mind that Khalifa and crew could change things up before this thing officially arrives.
— We Dem Boyz (@wizkhalifa) June 30, 2014
1. Hope (Feat. Ty Dolla $ign)2. We Dem Boyz3. Promises4. Kk (Feat. Project Pat & Juicy J)5. House In The Hills (Feat. Curren$y)6. A** Drop7. Raw8. Stayin Out All Night9. The Sleaze10. So High (Feat. Ghost Loft)11. Still Down (Feat. Chevy Woods & Ty Dolla $Ign)12. No Gain13. True Colors
Of course, fans who decide to pick up the deluxe edition of Wiz Khalifa's Blacc Hollywood will get something a little extra for their dedication. Rap-Up reports that this version of the record contains the following tracks not available on the vanilla edition.
14. "We Dem Boyz (Remix)" feat. ScHoolboy Q & Nas15. "You and Your Friends" feat. Snoop Dogg & Ty Dolla $ign
Khalifa also coughed up some info about the record:
"Blacc Hollywood in general is gon' be sonically something that people kinda expect, but it's like they want it, so it's gonna be a good thing for me to deliver."While fans are patiently awaiting the arrival of the new record, they can spend some quality time with the rapper's latest mixtape 28 Grams. The Inquisitr previously reported that some of the material almost made it onto Blacc Hollywood, though he later decided to simply give it away for free. What a stand-up guy!
"I'm gonna be using auto-tune beats and s**t like that, like real trapped-out s**t. I just came up with this character called 'Trap Wiz,' who's like really really rude as f**k. I was just thinking I was gonna write these songs and give them to people as I did them, but I was playing them for people and they was like, 'Yo, you need to put this on an album!' I'm like, 'Nah, I can't do no album like this,' but like everybody from my n***as to f**kin' Rihanna is like, 'Yo, this the s**t that we wanna hear.'"Are you planning to pick up a copy of Wiz Khalifa's Blacc Hollywood next month?
[Lead image via Bing]