July will bring us a new Wiz Khalifa album in the form of the long-teased Rolling Papers sequel, naturally titled The Weed Album. But first, Wiz is continuing the tease with the release of a new song named after one of my favorite things and one of my increasingly not-so-favorite things, though not necessarily in that order.
Wiz previously let fans in on the Weed Album vibes with the Swae Lee-featuring "Hopeless Romantic" last week. Presumably, Swae will be hitting the stage with Wiz during each stop of Rae Sremmurd's upcoming support dates on the Dazed and Blazed Summer 2018 Amphitheater Tour starting July 21.
The original Rolling Papers dropped back in 2011 and boasted some of Wiz's biggest hits to date, i.e. "Black and Yellow" and "No Sleep." The sequel has been publicly discussed in the press for years, including in a 2016 interview with Playboy where Wiz said the songs would mark a Justin Bieber-like "reinvention" for him. "I was a streetwear brand, and now I'm a high–end designer," he said. "People are going to accept me as a grown man. A lot of people don't even know I'm only 28 because I'm kind of ageless."
As Wiz revealed earlier this month, Rolling Papers 2 will also feature Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Chevy Woods, Ty Dolla Sign, and more.