Expect Wiz Khalifa to show up with a special treat for his fans on 4/20. In order to celebrate the annual stoner’s holiday, the Pittsburgh rapper dropped his classic 2012 mixtape, Taylor Allderdice, on music streaming platforms for the first time today (April 20).
Unlike the other reissued mixtapes of his that have suffered sample clearance hindrances, Taylor Allderdice arrives smoothly on Spotify, Apple Music, TIDAL and the rest in its entirety. This entails that the original 17-song tracklist with features from Rick Ross, Juicy J, Smoke DZA, Chevy Woods, Lola Monroe — and yes, his ex-wife Amber Rose — remains untouched.
Taylor Allderdice‘s re-release comes not too long after the mixtape’s 10th anniversary was celebrated on March 13. Arriving a year after his 2011 major label drop, Rolling Papers, the LP spawned fan faves including “My Favorite Song,” “Guilty Conscience” and “Blindfolds” while furthering Wiz’s career.
Taylor Allderdice is the latest mixtape from Wiz to hit streaming services. In 2018, the Taylor Gang boss reissued 2010’s Kush & Orange Juice and 2011’s Cabin Fever, which was followed by his 2009 ‘How Fly’ collab with Curren$y in 2010.
Prior to this latest re-release of an old mixtape, the Khalifa Kush founder had joined forces with Smoke DZA, Big K.R.I.T. and Girl Talk for their collaborative album, Full Court Press.