Wiz Khalifa “Taylor Allderdice” Mixtape Download & Stream
The Highly Anticipated mixtape by Wiz Khalifa named after his old high school “Taylor Allderdice”, Presented by Taylor Gang and Rostrum Records with Features from Juicy J, Chevy Woods, Lola Monroe, Smoke DZA, Curren$y and more.
The highly anticipated project from Wiz Khalifa “Taylor Allderdice“, named after his old high school Taylor Allderdice, Presented by Taylor Gang and Rostrum Records with Features from Juicy J, Chevy Woods, Lola Monroe, Smoke DZA, Curren$y and more.
Diehard Taylors generally point to 2011′s Cabin Fever as Wiz Khalifa’s last great effort. The mixtape dropped seemingly on a whim and featured Wiz Khalifa rapping tougher and grimier than anything he’d dropped since Star Power. Earlier in February, he admitted that Rolling Papers wasn’t his best work, all but confirming that Atlantic had molded his style into something a bit more profitable. Given the wide range of his previous work – Star Power and Prince of the City were both hard-hitting gems, while Kush & Orange Juice remains his gold standard – Taylor Allderdice seems to be a culmination of his best works. Hopefully this will show that the Bing commercials and red carpet appearances didn’t totally compromise the artist that so many people have grown to love over the past four years.
Taylor Allderdice is the tenth mixtape by American rapper Wiz Khalifa, It was released on March 13, 2012. The name of the 17-track mixtape is the same as the high school that Wiz Khalifa attended. ”Had A Small Issue With A Beat On The Tape But Don’t Worry, It Shld Be Out Later,” tweeted Wiz earlier that day. “That Just Gives You More Time To Buy Some Weed If You Haven’t Already ”
Adam Fleischer of XXL said “Like he has been for years, Wiz Khalifa is still all about his weed, his women, and his homies. His insistence on sticking to this small scope of subjects surely limits the diversity of content within the project. But it’s hard to fault him for riding with this method for a couple of reasons: first, he seems to truly be talking about how he lives and what he knows, and isn’t that what we ask from our rappers—to just spit what is real to them from their experiences, rather than something contrived? Plus, he’s damn good at it”.
Sowmya Krishnamurthy at HipHopDX said “The after-effects of fame are glaringly apparent on Taylor Allderdice, perhaps more so than on Wiz Khalifa‘s previous efforts. Post-“Black and Yellow”, Wiz Khalifa has upped the ante on the flagrant talk and braggadocio. “These niggas jealous I’m something they not/It’s all good/Shit, I expected that,” he raps flatly on “Nameless” to his detractors, yet unlike many of his young contemporaries, there doesn’t seem to be a much of a downside or even contemplation thereof.
Wiz Khalifa genuinely loves super fame and relishes in his king-size rolling papers, spending “30 racks” on champagne and a wife with a “pornographic figure”. “When you living this high/you can’t be afraid of heights,” he raps fittingly on “My Favorite Song” The prodigal stoner Wiz Khalifa, deservingly, takes his spoils”. The mixtape was named the eighth best album of 2012 by Complex Magazine. That publication also named the track “My Favorite Song” which features Juicy J #36 of the best 50 songs of 2012. Follow on Twitter @wizkhalifa @MedievalBeatz Buy Hip Hop Beats
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