Wiz Khalifa returned Thursday with his new single "Bad Influence," and it's more of what you might expect from the marijuana-loving rapper. Produced by Sledgren, the track finds Wiz exerting his influence on a woman he has his eye on. "I'm tryna leave with the baddest one in here," he sings on the chorus. "Top down/Riding around through the city blowing loud." The whole track has a classic, laid-back Wiz vibe. Even the cover art is great, with a well-manicured woman's hand passing a lit joint to a hand that presumably belongs to Wiz.

The ever-prolific Wiz already dropped two projects this year. He put out Khalifa, which featured the hit "Bake Sale" with Travi$ Scott, as well as his Juicy J collaborative project TGOD Mafia: Rude Awakening back in June. More recently, he unleashed the video for "Pull Up," his collaboration with fellow Pennsylvania artist Lil Uzi Vert. The two cruise around Los Angeles in some high-end cars, lighting up and vibing out as their grooving track plays in the background of the clip.

Wiz is currently in the midst of his High Road summer tour. The show is co-headlined with his longtime friend and collaborative partner Snoop Dogg, and also features Kevin Gates, Jhené Aiko, Casey Veggies, and DJ Drama. It's scheduled to rap up on Sept. 2 in Seattle, but there's plenty of shows still to come. You can find out more about the tour here.

You can stream Wiz Khalifa's "Bad Influence" below via SoundCloud.

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