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Devenu un nouveau nabab du rap festif depuis Rolling Papers en 2011, Wiz Khalifa n'a eu qu'à confirmer l'année suivante avec O.N.I.F.C., remplissant davantage sa mission aux États-Unis qu'en Europe. La capacité à s'esbaudir devant sa consommation hebdomadaire de marijuana, estimée à environ dix mille dollars, ne semble pas traverser les frontières.
Pour autant, il ne faudrait pas résumer Cameron Thomaz à ces seuls chiffres car le garnement, encore loin d'être trentenaire (affichant 26 ans), est en effet à la tête d'une fortune et de quatre albums. Blacc Hollywood est donc le cinquième chapitre des aventures parfois burlesques du rappeur au pays de la « weed ». Tout comme son ami Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa voue une sorte de culte aux effluves du cannabis sativa. Il est ici à l'origine directe de l'un des bons moments du disque avec « So High » où Ghost Loft joue le compagnon de bong.
Wiz Khalifa est avant tout un redoutable mélodiste comme en atteste « We Dem Boyz », dont le remix avec Rick Ross, SchoolBoy Q et Nas rend au passage obligatoire l'acquisition de la version deluxe du plaisant objet. « True Colors », avec Nicki Minaj, est un autre témoignage du fait que le rap hédoniste n'est pas synonyme de vide intersidéral mais d'amusement facile. Wiz Khalifa n'exhibe pas ses tatouages pour rien et rend un hommage appuyé à Ice Cube avec «Raw ». Lesté d'autres très bons moments (« House in the Hills » avec Curren$y, « Stay Out All Night »), Blacc Hollywood fait honneur au rap version pur entertainment. Un sens du spectacle non dénué de malice qui suffit au bonheur du moment. - Copyright 2015 Music Story
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"Hope" - Following a short, inspirational speech from fellow Taylor Gang member Chevy Woods, unveiling the true meaning behind Blacc Hollywood, a trap-like beat drops, and so begins the opening track of the album, and there's no room to deny that it's highly reminiscent of Wiz's Cabin Fever mixtape.
"We Dem Boyz" - The first official single from the album. Many were apprehensive toward his approach on this one, and although it's new, Wiz is no stranger to autotune. Check out the Flight School mixtape. "We Dem Boyz" is Blacc Hollywood's equivalent to the Rolling Papers single "Black and Yellow", and it just fits the project, as a whole.
"Promises" - Yes, Wiz sings. He's been singing his own hooks for years, and on this song, he took that to the next level. It's different, but it's worth appreciation.
"KK" - This one is fun, all-around. Besides, who doesn't enjoy a cameo by Juicy J and Project Pat? Three-six!
"House in the Hills" - This track is exemplary. The verses and the beat join together, making for a sound that resembles the classic How Fly collaborative project, alongside Curren$y, and the chorus freshens it up even further. This one would have worked nicely with Rolling Papers, as well.
"Ass Drop" - One of the funnier songs on Blacc Hollywood, paying homage to the modern "twerk." It's great, but not entirely fitting. I'd expect to have heard this on the Burn After Rolling mixtape.
"Raw" - Much like "Hope," this track sounds like something off of Cabin Fever, and it's a banger, without a doubt.
"Stayin' Out All Night" - This one is excellent, and would have also worked well with Wiz's 2011 release, Rolling Papers. The chorus of this song steals the show, and the orchestral percussion makes it an inspirational, lively track. This would make a great closer at any Wiz show.
"The Sleaze" - This song screams Deal or No Deal. Listen to "Young Boy Talk," then listen to "The Sleaze." It also reminds me of POTC 2.
"So High" - Wiz did his homework on this one, finding the original Ghost Loft project, by the same name, and making it his own masterpiece. Much like "Stayin' Out All Night," the chorus seals the deal on this track.
"Still Down" - Between the instrumental, Ty Dolla $ign's hook, and Kev Tha Hustla's feature (that's Chevy Woods, for those that don't know), this one sounds like a clash between POTC and Deal or No Deal.
"No Gain" - Truthfully, one of my favorite. The beat drops, and all I hear is POTC 2. Listen to "Time Goes By." Seriously, do it now. Then, listen to "No Gain."
"True Colors" - The finisher (on the non-deluxe version, that is), and rightfully so. This one, in a way, is inspirational. It's very O.N.I.F.C., which I don't mind. It's "Medicated" and "The Plan" clashed together, with a great, fitting cameo from YMCMB's own Nicki Minaj.
"We Dem Boyz (Remix)" - It's so different from the original, but it's so Taylor Allderdice (especially considering the leading verse, from The Boss himself). Schoolboy Q dropped a quality verse. Personally, I don't listen to him often, but he brings a fitting flow for this remix. Then, Nas...NAS. Seriously, though. Legendary verse, as expected. Wiz closes out the song with his own verse, and it reminds me of "Rowland" from Taylor Allderdice. This would have easily fit in with Kush & OJ, as well. This version, in all honesty, trumps the original.
"You and Your Friends" - Dee-Oh-Double-Gee, finally. It's nice to hear a Snoop verse on this album. The beat, along with Ty Dolla $ign's captivating hook, makes for another Deal or No Deal-sounding track.
In conclusion, get this album! I'm done typing.
Taylor Gang or die. Enjoy.
Let's get one thing straight. Wiz Khalifa is not an extremely talented rapper, his sluggish flow works for a very few number of beats, and his lyrics are extremely limited to weed, money, sex and more weed. This album does nothing to change that for Wiz. Like previous albums, he makes an attempt to change the formula by doing some crooning like on the big single "Staying Out All Night" with a big pop hook. It doesn't work out very well for him though. In fact, "Staying Out All Night" was the only real successful single here. The hook is catchy, and the verses work out well enough, though the lyrics are just as painful as ever.
He takes a whack at some other big songs like the lead single "We Dem Boyz" which is nothing short of absolutely painful. The beat is incredibly lazy, the hook might be the most unimaginative hook we've seen in a big song in recent memory, and the rapping is so far out of Wiz's league it's sad. Unfortunately they even decided to do a remix with Nas and Schoolboy Q, and they can't do anything to save it. We get close to successful singles with songs like "So High" and "Promises". But they both fall flat as well. "Promises" doesn't even get close to Khalifa's style, as it seems like it would have been a better fit with a Ty Dolla $ign mixtape. "So High" fails in the production category as well as the lyrics aspect of it. It's a boring R&B attempt, that has some absolutely pathetic rapping on Wiz's end.
The only songs here that even really get close to the "Staying Out All Night" standard are the songs "A** Drop" and "True Colors". "A** Drop" adds some much needed variety production wise, it doesn't really fit with the rest of the album but it's entertaining enough as is. "True Colors" might have a NIcki Minaj feature, but it's able to stay entertaining long enough with a pop friendly beat and a solid hook.
Blacc Hollywood is just not a good album. There isn't enough variety to keep it interesting for very long, the big songs are overshadowed by poor production and Wiz's lazy flow. Do yourself a favor and take a pass on this one.
FINAL SCORE: 4/10
Staying Out All Night
You And Your Friends
House In The Hills
We Dem Boyz
We Dem Boyz (Remix)