News: After Miley Cyrus Hook-Up, Wiz Khalifa Hints At Next Unexpected Collabo
Wednesday, Dec 4, 2013 2:05PM
Taylor Gang leader Wiz Khalifa has the Internet chattering courtesy of a new photo of himself and pop star Miley Cyrus' father, Billy Ray Cyrus, floating online.
While details are scarce, Khalifa posted the in-studio photo to his Instagram page this week.
Well look at this! Billy Ray Cyrus has decided to follow in his daughter Miley's foot steps as the country singer recently joined forced with the world of hip-hop, linking with Wiz Khalifa in the studio. Posted on Wiz's Instagram page, the rapper captioned the picture "The Start", which means the two are likely crafting up some sort of collaboration together. Are you looking forward to a Wiz-Billy collabo? (XXL Mag)
Recently, Miley and Wiz linked up for Wll.i.am's "Feelin' Myself."
Narcissism runs wild in will.i.am's new star-studded visual "Feelin' Myself." As Black Eyed Pea frontman ropes in Miley Cyrus for hook duty, he also gets bars on tap from French Montana and Wiz Khalifa. Grab a mirror and hit the dougie to the sticky DJ Mustard-produced club jam above. (VIBE)
Khalifa recently promised his upcoming Blacc Hollywood album would be packed with feel-good records.
Taylor Gang was in the building when Wiz Khalifa stopped by AXS TV's "Skee Live" on Tuesday. The Pittsburgh rapper opened up about his upcoming album Blacc Hollywood and revealed how his collaboration with Adele came together. "The Hollywood part, of course, is like the success, the glitz, the glamour, the fun stuff," said Wiz of the title. "And the Blacc is where we come from--not Pittsburgh the 'hood, but Pittsburgh party, drinking at a very young age, tearing stuff up, staying up too late. It's a lot of fun and it's a lot of attitude." He just wants to let loose on the follow-up to 2012?s O.N.I.F.C. "It's just gonna be a very fun project," added Wiz. "I don't have really any points to prove on this one except that I'm awesome. I'm really taking my time and picking the records out." (Rap-Up)
Back in August, Khalifa revealed his son ultimately helped him realize what approach he should take with the LP.
"My son really just motivated me because I was kinda confused as to what I needed to do next and what was the best moves for me," he admitted. "When I had him it kinda became all clear. So this album is gonna be really edgy. It's gonna be really fun and going back to my roots, but still progressing and moving forward as well." (MTV)
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