A few weeks before his Atlantic Records’ Rolling Papers debut drops, Wiz Khalifa‘s tracklisting has now leaked online.
While initially slated to feature collaborations from rappers like Rick Ross and Snoop Dogg, the leaked listing only shows three guest appearances.
1. When I’m Gone 2. On My Level (feat. Too $hort) 3. Black And Yellow 4. Roll Up 5. Hopes & Dreams 6. Wake Up 7. The Race 8. Star Of The Show (feat. Chevy Woods) 9. No Sleep 10. Get Your Sh*t 11. Top Floor 12. Fly Solo 13. Rooftops (feat. Curren$y) 14. Cameras (Amazon)
Confirmed guest appearances initially included Snoop Dogg and Curren$y.
Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross, Too $hort, and Curren$y are expected to make appearances on the album. A tracklisting and cover art will be revealed in the coming weeks. (Rap-Up)
Last September, Wiz said he was interested in linking with artists like Cam’ron and Devin the Dude for his Atlantic debut.
“It’s been awesome, you know what I’m saying, just working with a lot of people over there that completely understand my movement and what I’m doing,” Wiz told radio personality A-Plus about his relationship with Atlantic. “‘Black & Yellow,’ the single, just how that worked out. Me pushing it to them and them really going hard with it. It’s a great marriage that we got going on. It’s definitely new energy, it’s a lot of motivation for the project, and it’s understanding going forward…I wanna work with Cam’ron, trying to get Cam’ron on the album. [Twitter trending topic] ‘Camron Says,’ Cam’ron’s my man, a lot of people don’t know I started that. I did, me. Shout-out to Killa. I want to get Killa on the album. I want to get 8Ball & MJG, I want to get Devin the Dude on the album, Snoop [Dogg] of course. And if anything else happens, it’ll be a classic collaboration that nobody expects.” (Power 92.1)
Around mid-February, Wiz announced the near-completion of his long-awaited Atlantic solo project.
“The album is totally finished,” Wiz revealed in an interview. “We’re putting, like, the last little bit of touches on it, and we’re turning it in [this] week…We got a couple of surprises along the way to keep people interested. But really, other than that, the album is done. We’re really excited. Everyone is excited. [Warner Music Group executive] Lyor [Cohen] came through to a session. I got so much support from the single and going into the album. So when we do drop it, I think we’ll get that response that everyone was expecting.” (MTV)
Rolling Papers is slated to drop Tuesday, March 29th
Check out a past Wiz Khalifa interview below: