Wiz Khalifa Lyrics About Women
Wiz Khalifa lyrics about women can be found spread across the young Pittsburgh-based MC’s two official albums and nine mixtapes. Undoubtedly his 2011 major label debut “Rolling Papers” will contain even more paeans to one of the smooth rhymer’s favorite subjects.
- "Bitches love me," extols Khalifa on his first major-label single, “Black and Yellow.” The track hit number one on the US charts. The primary focus of the song is Pittsburgh and the manner in which Wiz reps the ‘Burg, which of course concerns to some degree his prowess with the ladies. Among the many bold statements in “Black and Yellow” is this one, directly concerning women: "not a lesbian, but she a freak though." The track includes numerous references to hoes.
- “I got the cars got the clothes and the money and the hoes,” spits Khalifa on “Damn Thing” from his debut full length. The lyrics on Wiz’s first official album, “Show and Prove,” are not terribly concerned with women. In the few instances in which the MC addresses the ladies, he does so in tandem with other life style accessories like televisions and cars. Case in point is “Damn Thing.” On “Show and Prove” Khalifa’s primary concern is being gangsta.
- “Take her to my home/Say hello to my neighbors/She my biggest fan/ I see her man just tryna save her/Put it in her mouth/and now my taste she's tryna savor” is from “Hit Tha Flo,” a nasty banger and general peaen to Wiz’s sexual prowess. The track is taken from his second full length, “Deal or No Deal,” which shows off more divers lyrics that its predecessor.
- “Started from nothing, ended up with everything/From the house, to the whips, taking trips to any place that you care to name/Champagne, skydivin'” taken from the beginning of “We’re Done” from the “Kush and Orange Juice Mixtape” contrasts greatly with these lyrics, from the end of the song, “Now every time he callin' you ignoring them/Somewhere tasting trees/Cat and mouse/You chase me I'll chase this cheese.”
- “She poured her a lil gin/Then order her another due/before she was finished man freaky got super lubed,” is taken from “In Tha Cut,” another track from “Kush and Orange Juice.” Khalifa is a lyricist who has a difficult time staying on topic; a number of his songs that aren’t actually about women end up addressing women in some capacity. “In Tha Cut,” for example, is a weed-smoking anthem (surprise!).
Head’s up: Wiz Khalifa’s impressive mixtape output showcases and more diverse lyricist than do the ‘Burg man’s albums. Of course, at least half of his cumulative mixtape output is about weed in some way; types of weed, smoking methods, things that happened while Wiz was high, how happy weed makes Wiz, how much weed Wiz smoked before he got on the mic.