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Statik Selektah Teases New Music with Wiz Khalifa

The pair last worked together on 2017's "Man of the Hour."

Veteran producer Statik Selektah has announced that he and Wiz Khalifa are currently working on new music. The Boston native teased their collaboration on Instagram, adding that it will be "coming this year." 

Statik and Wiz previously worked together on "Man of the Hour," the 2 Chainz-assisted lead single from the producer's last studio album, 2017's 8

Speaking of 2 Chainz, in May 2017, Statik told Billboard that the pair planned to release a joint album before the end of the year. "When you hear these records, it's just so different. No one has ever done what he did with this project," he said.



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