Wiz Khalifa to collaborate with Adele and Miley Cyrus

Wiz Khalifa to collaborate with Adele and Miley Cyrus

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Rapper Wiz Khalifa has teamed up with Miley Cyrus and Adele in the studio.

The Black and Yellow hitmaker will release Blacc Hollywood later this year and has enlisted some big names for the record, but none of the songs have been cleared yet.

He says, “I got a lot of guest appearances that I’ve already done, but none of them have been cleared for the album yet. I got songs with Miley (Cyrus), I got songs with Adele.”

Wiz Khalifa has also revealed he wanted to collaborate with Lady Gaga, but has had a hard time linking up with the pop superstar.

He continues, “I want to do something with her really bad.”

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