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'Cabin Fever 3' Mixtape Latest News: Wiz Khalifa Shares Tracklist

'Cabin Fever 3' Mixtape Latest News: Wiz Khalifa Shares Tracklist

Wiz Khalifa performing on Arena scene, Roskilde Festival 2012 - Denmark. Photo by Bill Ebbesen. | Wikimedia Commons/Bill Ebbesen

The popular artist Wiz Khalifa has been making headlines recently after dropping details about his new mixtape.

It was reported that Wiz Khalifa had revealed the cover art and track list for his next mixtape titled "Cabin Fever 3." The mixtape will contain eleven tracks that feature several starts such as Kuicy J, K Camp, Currn$y, Chevy Woods and Yo Gotti.

Khalifa is said to have worked with several producers such as TM88, Sony Digital, DP Beats, Easy Mo Bee, and Ricky P. His new music takes on the genre of trap house, while still encompassing the chill vibe of most Wiz Khalifa music.

His announcement for the mixtape was made two weeks ago. However, there has yet to be details on the mixtape's official release date. With that, fans are anticipating the mixtapes release as it is expected to follow the success of his previous releases. "Cabin Fever" was first released last 2011, which was followed by "Cabin Fever 2" the next year.

The track list is the following:
1. Respect feat. Juicy J & K Camp (Prod by TM88)
2. Move On feat. Kevin Gates (Prod by Sonny Digital)
3. Prequel feat. Curren$y (Prod by Sonny Digital)
4. Freak Dips feat. Chevy Woods (Prod by DP Beats)
5. No Worries (Prod by Sonny Digital)
6. Finish Line (Prod by Sonny Digital)
7. Shit Starters (Prod TM88)
8. Call Again feat. Problem (Prod by Easy Mo bee)
9. Gangster 101 feat. King Los (Prod by Sonny Digital)
10. Left feat. Yo Gotta
Bonus: Fucc Day (Prod Ricky P)

Aside from his upcoming mixtape, it was revealed that Wiz Khalifa will be attending the upcoming Grammys with three nominations. One of the nominations is for his recent hit tiled "See You Again," made popular by the "Fast and Furious" franchise. He joined singer Charlie Pluth in a duet to commemorate the late Paul Walker. The song was able to top charts all over the world as well as the top hit for the U.S. for twelve weeks.

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