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On the heels of Rolling Papers 2, Wiz Khalifa has teamed up with Alchemist for a collaborative joint titled “Universal Studios.”

Featuring production from the veteran beat magician, the track borrows from Ferrante and Teicher’s 1974 song “Break Up To Make Up.” It finds Wiz spitting about — what else — weed, the game and his child.

In addition to the digital release, Alchemist pressed up a limited edition run of 7″ vinyl copies, which are available on the Alchemist’s website.

The song comes from the ALC Series: Craft Singles compilation.

Listen to “Universal Studios” above. 

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