Wiz Khalifa  Main Performer

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1 Intro   :40
2 Paperbond   3:28
3 Bluffin   5:32
4 Let It Go   4:18
5 The Bluff    
6 Work Hard, Play Hard Eriksen/Hermansen  
7 Got Everything    
8 Fall Asleep   3:48
9 Time   3:56
10 It's Nothin   3:47
11 Rise Above   4:31
12 Initiation   4:29
13 Up in It   3:44
14 No Limit   9:27
15 The Plan   4:54
16 Remember You    
17 Medicated Hills  
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Audio Compact Disc

Label: Atlantic

Category: Rap


UPC: 075678766565

Release Date: 12/04/2012

Original Release Date: 12/04/2012

Tracks: [Intro, Paperbond, Bluffin, Let It Go, The Bluff, Work Hard, Play Hard, Got Everything, Fall Asleep, Time, It's Nothin, Rise Above, Initiation, Up in It, No Limit, The Plan, Remember You, Medicated]

Fred Thomas

Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa graduated to superstar status with his breakout 2011 album Rolling Papers. That album and its ubiquitous single "Black & Yellow" took Wiz from mixtapes to the mainstream, and the tattoo-covered stoner MC found himself on magazine covers, on year-end Top Ten lists, and even starring alongside Snoop Dogg in a pretty forgettable hip-hop buddy comedy flick. Within the first few minutes of follow-up album O.N.I.F.C., several things are made forcefully clear: Wiz likes to smoke weed, he has more money now than he knows what to do with, and he's fairly confident that his make-it-look-easy pop-rap style has pretty much changed the game for good. A host of top-dollar producers, MCs, and vocalists are on board to back him up, too, with on-point production from ID Labs, Chris "Drumma Boy" Gholson, and Pharrell and guest spots by everyone from 2 Chainz to Three 6 Mafia's Juicy J. Production team Stargate returns to cultivate the huge beat of leadoff single "Work Hard, Play Hard," a minimal banger that attempts to revisit the fire of "Black & Yellow." Equally interesting beats come in the lovestruck stereo-panned snares and crystalline R&B hooks of "Got Everything" and the Dilla-esque staggered funk of "No Limit." The watery beat of "Remember You" swims in a druggy haze with Khalifa throwing down delay-effected verses in between whimpering choruses by the Weeknd, and album closer "Medicated" sounds focused and engaged. ~ Fred Thomas, Rovi