Ariez Onasis ft. Wiz Khalifa & Planet VI - No Limit

Posted 4 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
J. Cardim
Album:
The Heartbreak Kid

Just shy of a year after stepping into The DJBooth with his last feature, the diabolically playeriffic Victim, Ariez Onasis makes his triumphant return to our pages with the world premiere of his latest single. A combative cut which finds the Dice Music Group representative affirming his infinite potential in the face of haters itching to break him down, No Limit showcases an artist even more cocksure and self-confident than when last we saw him. Of course, there’s no room for self-doubt when you’ve got such a formidable slate of collaborators backing you up; along with the synth production of reader-approved producer J. Cardim, this record packs guest vocals by Booth-acclaimed duo Planet VI and urban hitmaker Wiz Khalifa. In addition to appearing on the headliner’s The Heartbreak Kid LP, set to drop at a yet-unspecified date next month, this record is slated for inclusion on VI’s Booth-hosted American Nightmare street album, arriving on our mixtape page for free streaming and download tomorrow, the 28th. And if you’re a Wiz Khalifa fan who happens to be living under a rock, you’ll be able to cop the Pittburugh phenom’s sophomore studio album, O.N.I.F.C., on September 18. via Atlantic/Rostrum.

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