Wiz Khalifa ft. Big Sean & Curren$y - Proceed

Posted 5 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Cardo On The Beat
Album:
Untitled (TBD)

You can try to hate but, really, how does one resist Wiz Khalifa‘s chillax demeanor? Especially when he decides to bring his whole crew along for the ride. Yeah… I’ll wait. Proceed is another collaborative effort between Wiz, his number one homey Curren$y and the other kid from around the corner, Big Sean. The latest effort from the Steel City representative and his “rat-pack” succeeds on two major fronts: the trio’s sense of style and Cardo On The Beat‘s fresh boardwork. The in-house producer delivers a sound that matches the emcees’ laid-back cool, letting each of the collaborators ride the 80’s-influenced synths and snare to make the joint do what it do. Personally speaking, Curren$y seasoned the track while Big Sean leaves you a lil salty because of his dry rap and you already know how Wiz is coming: smoking.  Ay, whether the DJ cuts it short or lets it ride, this house party jam is for everybody on the block so crank it loud. The Booth put you on, so remember where you heard it first!

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