House In The Hills

Album: Blacc Hollywood (2014)
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  • This song finds Khalifa' and his frequent partner-in-rhyme Curren$y reflecting on their respective accomplishments. "I tried to capture some real moments in my life, and Curren$y is very much a part of my life - just as far as music, and [on] a personal level, that's my bro," the Taylor Gang boss told MTV News. "And a lot of my accomplishments, I feel like are our own accomplishments, like, both of us. So, I wanted to celebrate that on the album."

    "We just sit back and reflect on where we came from and where we're at," Wiz added. "That song is like another one of those reflection records."


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