17 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wiz Khalifa’s third album sees him transitioning with ease from stoner-next-door to bonafide rap star, largely thanks to “Black and Yellow,” a soaring, stadium-sized ode to his Pittsburgh hometown. Rolling Papers blends Khalifa’s perma-chill hippie rap with anthemic choruses: “Roll Up” and “No Sleep” are giddy synth-pop bangers that revel in carefree indulgence. He's got plenty of reason to celebrate, too: As he crows on the dreamily triumphant "Rooftops," “Used to not be allowed in the building, but now we on the rooftop.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wiz Khalifa’s third album sees him transitioning with ease from stoner-next-door to bonafide rap star, largely thanks to “Black and Yellow,” a soaring, stadium-sized ode to his Pittsburgh hometown. Rolling Papers blends Khalifa’s perma-chill hippie rap with anthemic choruses: “Roll Up” and “No Sleep” are giddy synth-pop bangers that revel in carefree indulgence. He's got plenty of reason to celebrate, too: As he crows on the dreamily triumphant "Rooftops," “Used to not be allowed in the building, but now we on the rooftop.”

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