Wiz Khalifa Wants to Spread Peace and Love on “Wit the Kids”
Wiz Khalifa unleashes a new track called "Wit the Boys." The nearly four-minute, guitar-backed record is produced by Ricky P and contains a voice snippet from, out of all people, Ronald Reagan.
The guitar-filled Wiz sound is reminiscent of "Good Dank" from the 2010 mixtape, Kush & Orange Juice. However, the subject matter is drastically different.
On "Wit the Boys," Wiz spits, "I'm here/No way to tell us no, no fear/They try to reach us but they don't know/What you fighting for? What side you on?/Ah if I had my way I'd buy peace and change/If I had my way we'd all spread love, there'd be no hate/Now scream it out one time/I don't want to feel one time/Yeah, yeah/They fuckin' with the kid, kid/Ain't tryna let us live, yeah/Break the mold to keep your mind clear."
He continues, "Fuck up out of here/Happiness comes from all this/Most of us ain't gotta care/They'll never understand us/Anybody got a problem, say something/Anytime you got a problem, face 'em/Their parents want to know what is going on here."
In case you missed it, be sure to check out Wiz Khalifa and Lil Uzi Vert's video for "Pull Up," which they filmed together in Los Angeles. In other Wiz news, the Pittsburgh rapper recently dropped "No Fighting," another ode to keeping the peace and love.
You can listen to "Wit the Kids" above via SoundCloud. Keep it locked to XXL for more music and news from Wiz Khalifa.
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