/  02.23.2021

Wiz Khalifa keeps the releases coming in high numbers. For his latest, he drops off a new visual for “Millions,” a melodic cut that features A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and sees the two singing about success, women, and others aspects of their winning lifestyles over upbeat production from Ryan Ellis:

“Never gon’ fall on my job, I’ma always go real real hard, never gon’ turn on my dogs, everything I do for me and my squad/

Shorty keep calling my phone, thinking I want her but we don’t get along, papers or out of a bong, everything I smoke real real strong/”

The video comes courtesy of Grif and sees both Wiz, A Boogie, and some beautiful women in a trippy environment of warped shapes and colors, giving off the type of feeling one might experience after enjoying some Khalifa Kush. The clip seems to have also taken a creative approach to keeping all parties socially-distanced in lieu of the still very-active COVID-19 pandemic.

“Millions” can be found on last year’s The Saga of Wiz Khalifa (Deluxe), an upgrade of Wiz’s The Saga of Wiz Khalifa EP that altogether saw 15 tracks with additional assists from Maxo Kream, Rubi Rose, Tyga, Megan Thee Stallion, Mustard, Ty Dolla $ign, Logic, Quavo, K Camp, and more. Mere days ago, the Pittsburgh veteran teamed up with his Taylor Gang collective for the mixtape Taylor Nights, a 27-cut offering with some dope contributions from collective members Juicy J, Chevy Woods, Berner, Tuki Carter, Young Deji, and more.

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has been fairly active as well, having released his third studio LP Artist 2.0 last February. Currently, he’s said to be working on a follow-up titled A Boogie Vs. Artist that will hopefully be making landfall this year.

Enjoy “Millions” below.



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