Wiz Khalifa Taylor Allderdice

Wiz Khalifa Taylor Allderdice
Before releasing this mixtape, Wiz Khalifa sent somewhat of an apology letter to his fans: "When I made Kush and Orange Juice, I listened to it and knew I had created a genre that would change music. The mistake I made with Rolling Papers was thinking it was time to move on from that genre." There was much speculation on the future direction of that signature Taylor Gang sound and many who feared that Wiz Khalifa and Taylor Gang would be diving into the realms of pop super-stardom. If there was ever an audible apology letter, then Taylor Allderdice is it, tapping into that classic Kush and Orange Juice sound many have grown to love. What you'll find in Taylor Allderdice that differs from Kush and Orange Juice is predominately perspective. You can hear the maturity in Wiz's rhymes, as well as the major changes and influences in his life: money, fiancé Amber Rose, critics and more weed. For those who have written off Wiz, make sure to listen to "O.N.I.F.C.," "Never Been Part II" and "Number 16." Like all MCs that go from fitting in to standing out, Wiz's major trials of money and fame can be found in introspective tracks "Brainstorm," "The Grinder" and "Nameless." Aside from this audible apology letter, if there was ever an album that could regain the ears of his original fans, Taylor Allderdice is it. (Independent)