Four years ago Wiz Khalifa released his fourth studio album, O.N.I.F.C., which included singles such as “Work Hard, Play Hard,” “Remember You” featuring The Weeknd and “Medicated” with Chevy Woods and Juicy J. The LP debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, selling 148,000 copies in its first week.

Today (Dec. 5), Wiz celebrates the four-year anniversary by releasing three unreleased tracks that were intended for the album. “Young Millionaires,” “Speech,” and “You Party” was posted on Taylor Gang's website. The former XXL Freshman explained the thought process behind making the album.

“The process that went into making [O.N.I.F.C.] is a little bit different,” Wiz said to Hot 107 FM’s DJ Hershey G. “I spent more time and was really, really, way more personal on this one; not really personal with the lyrics, but with just the whole project, everything that has to do with it. So I think that people are going to be able to see that, and really feel that, and hear it in the music too.”

O.N.I.F.C. was the follow-up to Rolling Papers. Wiz is expected to drop the second installment of Rolling Papers for his next release. Listen to the three songs above .

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