Wiz khalifa rolling papers 2 review
At a hefty 25 songs, Rolling Papers 2 is an ambitious effort that works in large pockets, but ultimately comes across as uneven due to the sheer amount of filler.
It may take more than one sitting to get through it, but anyone who dives in as fan will discover there are plenty of contact highs to be had.
Rolling Papers 2 is quite the surprise. Even a contradiction in terms. Khalifa’s persona isn’t nearly ready to hoist up what’s essentially a double album, and, yet, this is largely the most focused and invested he’s sounded since Taylor Allderdice.
Though there are highlights, the majority of Rolling Papers 2 is repetitive filler, uninspired with overly similar beats backing rhymes from Wiz that feel absently recited.
The latest album from Wiz is a bloated and expensive version of the rap he’s always made but without that signature effortlessness.
Wiz Khalifa has carved out a niche for himself, the stoner kid turned baller, that has served him well so far. But it is far too limiting for a project this ambitious, and Rolling Papers 2 suffers badly because of it.
Its just too fucking long, get that 25 tracks out of my face Wiz.
There was so much filler on this fake-ass sequel to Rolling Papers, most of the features are trash compared too Wiz and he tries to do too much trendy stuff on this behemoth of an album.
It could have been a decent vibe if it was half the length, but it wasn’t so it was bad.
Favourite Tracks- Very Special, Rolling Papers 2, Bootsy Bellows, Hopeless Romantic, B Ok, Its On You, Reach For The Stars
Least Favourite- Blue Hunnids
Wiz khalifa rolling papers 2 review At a hefty 25 songs, Rolling Papers 2 is an ambitious effort that works in large pockets, but ultimately comes across as uneven due to the sheer amount of