Hours before the release of his eagerly awaited Rolling Papers 2 album, Wiz Khalifa has unveiled the official tracklist revealing the 25 songs on the project. Let's just say it's definitely not hurting for more songs—or features.

Posting to his Instagram account on Thursday afternoon (July 12), Wiz shared a Rolling Papers 2 tracklist that included features from Ty Dolla $ign, Gucci Mane, Snoop Dogg, Swae Lee, PartyNextDoor, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and the late Jimmy Wopo, who was tragically shot and killed in Pittsburgh last month. Taylor Gang rapper Chevy Woods previously said Wopo had aligned himself with the label before his untimely death.

So far, fans have already heard tunes like Wiz's Gucci Mane-assisted track, "Real Rich," and his Swae Lee-featuring single, "Hopeless Romantic." With those features and the power of Wiz's charisma, the project was already poised to be a strong LP. Now, looking at collabs with Uncle Snoop, PND and, of course, Wopo, we can likely expect even more greatness. Fans can find out for themselves when Wiz's latest album drops tomorrow (July 13).

Peep Wiz Khalifa's freshly unveiled tracklist for Rolling Papers 2 for yourself below.

Wiz Khalifa's Rolling Papers 2 Album Tracklist

1. "Hot Now"
2. "Ocean"
3. "Blue Hunnids" featuring Jimmy Wopo and Hardo
4. "Very Special"
5. "Goin Hard"
6. "Holyfield"
7. "Rolling Papers 2"
8. "Mr. Williams" featuring TheMxxnLight and Curren$y / "Where Is the Love"
9. "Penthouse" featuring Snoop Dogg
10. "Real Rich" featuring Gucci Mane
11. "Bootsy Bellows"
12. "Hopeless Romantic" featuring Swae Lee
13. "Late Night Messages"
14. "Rain"
15. "Karate" featuring Chevy Woods / "Never Hesitate" featuring Darrius Willlrich
16. "Fr Fr" featuring Lil Skies
17. "King"
18. "Gin and Drugs" featuring Problem
19. "420 Freestyle"
20. "B Ok"
21. "it's On You"
22. "Reach for the Stars" featuring Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
23. "All of a Sudden" featuring TheMxxnLight
24. "Homework" featuring TheMixxnLight
25. "Something New" featuring Ty Dolla $ign

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