Wiz Khalifa declares ‘#FUCC2020’ on new mixtape
The DJ Daddykat-hosted project sees 24 dope cuts for fans to enjoy.
In regards to last year, it looks like Wiz Khalifa shares many of the same sentiments as the rest of us. On New Year’s Day, the Taylor Gang artist released a new mixtape for the fans titled #FUCC2020, a project that’s hosted by Wiz’s DJ alter-ego Daddykat and sees 24 dope cuts for fans to enjoy.
The project follows a slew of 2020 projects from Wiz, including The Saga of Wiz Khalifa (and its deluxe upgrade), It’s Only Weed Bro, and Big Pimpin. In addition to his own work, the Pittsburgh star’s contributions could also be found on Boaz’s “Gutter Rainbow,” E-40’s “Up Or Down,” Travis Barker’s “Drums Drums Drums,” Curren$y and Harry Fraud’s “90 IROC-Z,” Shoreline Mafia’s “How We Do It,” Juicy J’s “Gah Damn High,” Smoke DZA’s “Santos House Party,” blackbear’s “Cheers,” and more.
“It’s just fun learning and starting out as a beginner, and starting to compete on a higher level, and starting to compete with higher-level individuals and people who before who might have been a challenge … It’s just fun sport to excel at and push yourself. Anyone who does martial arts knows how mental the whole training is, as well.”
Back in November, Wiz Khalifa joined Anti-Flag, the Musicians of the PSO, Joe Grusheky, Sally Wiggin, and many other artists for a virtual concert dubbed Yinz Citizen. The event was organized by Pittsburgh outfit 412 Food Rescue as part of a fundraiser aimed to provide fresh food and other resources to those in their community who are in need.
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