Potentially lost in the hubbub of who can use Waves and what KK stands for was the fact that Wiz Khalifa has an album coming out. His fourth studio album in five years and first since 2014's Blacc Hollywood, Wiz's self-titled Khalifa album hits stores and streaming services today (Feb. 5), with a slew of Taylor Gang features and the Travis Scott-assisted "Antidote" cousin "Bake Sale."

While Khalifa may not have had an anthemic single like Blacc Hollywood's "We Dem Boyz," Wiz is still riding high off the Furious 7 track "See You Again," which may have dropped in December of 2014, but has received a recent boost thanks to award season and its many nominations. Though the track was snubbed at this years Oscars, it took home the Critics' Choice Award for Best Song last month.

While at the Khalifa release party in New York earlier this week, Wiz said, "I decided to name the album Khalifa because it’s coming from me. It’s coming from my heart.” He was joined by his ex-wife Amber Rose who has played a role in fueling last month's beef with Kanye West as well as helping it to reach a resolution, as she squashed any tension with Kim Kardashian by posting a photo of the two together.

Khalifa includes features from Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign, Juicy J, Chevy Woods, Rico Love, Courtney Noelle, J.R. Donato as well as Wiz's son Sebastian, who was the topic of some of Kanye's more line-crossing insults.

Stream Khalifa via Spotify below or purchase the album on iTunes now.

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