UPDATE: Wiz Khalifa will use a variation on an album title once used by Camp Lo for his third solo album since securing Atlantic Records' backing.
Since 2011, Wiz Khalifa has released at least a major label album per year, in addition to his collaborative Mac + Devin Go To High School release with Snoop Dogg. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania emcee and 2008 DXnext alum revealed to Big Boy's Neighborhood that it's a streak he's looking to continue.
"I'm working on another album," revealed the Taylor Gang general and Rostrum Records flagship artist. "I'm planning on dropping it this year, I wasn't going to, but I just got like so much motivation. I been having so much fun, and having my son. I feel like it'd be a great time to put out a really dope, relevant project."
No titles or guests were mentioned. Previously, Wiz released a series of independent releases, including 2006's Rostrum-released Show N' Prove, and 2009's Deal Or No Deal, which was distributed by iHipHop.
You can listen to the full appearance on Big Boy's Neighborhood below:
UPDATE: Over two months since Wiz Khalifa confirmed his plans to release a third major label solo release, the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native afforded fans a title today (June 23). Taylor Gang's CEO announced via Twitter, this his 2013 LP will be called Blacc Hollywood.
Im droppin an album later this year too. & namin dat bitch "Blacc Hollywood".
— Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) June 24, 2013
In 2007, Camp Lo released an album, Black Hollywood. The LP featured extensive production by later Wiz collaborator, Ski Beatz.