A full body of work from Tobe Nwigwe’s moMINTs project was shared last month, and he has been consistently sharing visuals from the project. A number of well-received clips have been released for EarthGang songs, including “Round Here (Parts 1 and 2),” and “Lord Forgive Me” “Big Cap,” performed by Fat, Pharrell Williams, “Destruction,” and “Been Broke” performed by Fat, 2 Chainz, and Chamillionaire.
It was Nwigwe who shared the latest video from moMINTs yesterday (Sept. 11), this time for the track “Get A Lil Bag.” Afflicted with help from his wife Fat, the video features Nwigwe getting his troops prepared for the day ahead. There are several bars about being prepared for battle that he raps on the track:
This is the follow-up to the legendary Cincoriginals compilation of 2020, which contained 14 songs featuring the talents of Cyhi The Prynce, Trae Tha Truth, Bun B, D Smoke, Black Thought, Killa Kyleon, Big K.R.I.T., Royce da 5’9”, Fat, along with the legendary producer LaNell Grant. Throughout the last year, he has released freestyles such as “Wake Up Everybody,” “A Revealing Freestyle,” and “A Million.”
A new studio LP from Wiz Khalifa, titled Multiverse, was released in July and featured 17 songs with contributions from Girl Talk and THEY. It was yesterday (Sept. 11) that the Pittsburgh rapper dropped the new visual from his upcoming project, “High Maintenance,” which sees him crooning about his own highs and lows as a celebrity and wealthmaker:
The video accompanying “High Maintenance” reminds viewers of Khalifa’s iconic “DayToday” series, providing a glimpse into Khalifa’s busy life behind the scenes. In less than three minutes, you can watch Khalifa at the gym, performing with his son Sebastian before an audience of friends, and indulging in his usual vices.
In the months leading up to the release of Multiverse, Wiz Khalifa collaborated with Big K.R.I.T., Girl Talk, and Smoke DZA on the successful album Full Court Press. The album features 10 songs, including one with Curren$y. Aside from Stoner’s Night, as well as a notable collaboration with Elle Varner and BIG30 in 2022, the Taylor Gang head honcho teamed up with Juicy J for Stoner’s Night as well. Khalifa is known for releasing musical projects frequently, so it is not surprising that he will release another project or two before the end of the year.