Wiz Khalifa delivered this weekend. 

The Taylor Gang boss spent the end of last week teasing the official video for his first track of 2020, "Real Rappers Rap." 


Imagine if i dropped some new music soon #taylorgang #mcqueenteam

A post shared by Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) on Jan 9, 2020 at 8:16pm PST

The song, produced by Big Jerm, is everything fans love about Wiz's older sound: laid-back instrumentals, R&B samples, and plenty of weed references.

"Came from nothing, we ain't taking pacing backwards, only thing that matters/We all ran from police, most of us ain't get captured," he raps in the first verse. "Money under the mattress, roll this joint, I'ma tax it/You wasn't there, you don't know what a classic is/Just roll one up, try your best to imagine this."

The "Real Rappers Rap" video is straight-forward and realitively simple—which goes well with the chill, almost hazy, cut. We simply see Wiz in a dark space with the spotlight shinning on him as he delivers the lines and smokes a blunt.


Make sure you smoke out to the the video for “Real Rappers Rap”. The links in my bio #taylorgang #mcqueenteam

A post shared by Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) on Jan 12, 2020 at 11:56am PST

You can watch the "Real Rappers Rap" video, directed by Ace of LA, above.

The track and accompanying visual arrives after a big year for Wiz. Not only did he appear on a number of collaborative tracks—teaming up with the likes of Max B, Blac Youngsta, and Ayanis—he also landed a role on Apple TV+'s original series Dickinson, in which he played the personification of death.