While scientists debate if the multiverse actually exists, Wiz Khalifa went out and created his own. The Pittsburgh rap dignitary is quite used to blazing his own path, and Wiz experimented with his most personal project to date as Multiverse arrived on Friday (July 29).
Multiverse is the seventh album from rap veteran, Wiz Khalifa. The project debuted just over four years after its predecessor, Rolling Papers 2 from 2018.
While coloring outside the lines of hip-hop and meshing elements of R&B and groovy funk for his third project of 2022,Khalifa acknowledges his lengthy career in the industry, where he touches on the wisdom and nostalgia that comes with growing older.
Multiverse serves as an emotional rollercoaster featuring Wiz like we’ve never heard him before. High points such as the vulnerable “Homies” serves as a soul-baring diary entry paying tribute to those he’s lost throughout his journey, from childhood friends to rap contemporaries like Mac Miller and Nipsey Hussle.