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13 Must-Hear Wiz Khalifa Collaborations

Tracks featuring Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus and Curren$y have made the Pittsburgh MC one of hip hop's top team players

LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 10: Rapper Wiz Khalifa (L) and singer Bruno Mars attend the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES C
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Since the moment Wiz Khalifa began garnering attention for his mixtapes in 2005, the Pittsburgh MC has recorded more than 100 collaborations. Yeah, you read that right. From moody and sensual joints with the Weeknd and T-Pain to the straight-up party bangers, these are 13 must-hear Khalifa collabos.

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"Go Hard Or Go Home, Pt. 2" with French Montana, Trey Songz & Ty Dolla $ign

Wiz Khalifa originally recorded his "Go Hard or Go Home" masterpiece with Iggy Azalea for the Furious 7 soundtrack. After the summer-winning "See You Again," it might've been the biggest song on the collection. We started digging it even more when Wiz remixed the cut with heavyweights French MontanaTrey Songz and Ty Dolla $ign.

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"Burn Slow" with Rae Sremmurd

This banger appeared basically out of nowhere and we're all better for it. Rae Sremmurd's debut full-length, SremmLife, dropped at the beginning of 2015, putting the teen dream duo at the forefront of all of our minds. It makes total sense that Wiz would want to collaborate with the boys. Throw producer Mike WiLL Made-It in the mix and you've got yourself the brilliant "Burn Slow."

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"All For You (Remix)" with French Montana, Snoop Dogg, Machine Gun Kelly & Lana Del Rey

This all-star team of rappers reinterpreted Lana Del Rey's "Video Games" to create a brilliant, snare-heavy banger topped off with orchestra violins and harps. Sonically, it shouldn't work ... but it totally, totally does.

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"Paradise" with Cassie

R&B siren Cassie has garnered a cult following for her progressive, slinky beats, and Wiz may very well be one of her supporters. He teamed up with her on this knockin' mixtape joint with the MC bringing a fast-spitting bridge to counter Cass' smooth coos.

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"Oh My" with DJ Drama, Fabolous & Roscoe Dash

A fan favorite, "Oh My" was voted one of Wiz's best party songs on KhalifaFans.com. Turn this on at any celebration and prepare for everyone to get toootally turnt up. We suggest playing this at the point of the night people need that extra boost of energy. Use wisely.

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"23" with Mike WiLL Made-It, Juicy J & Miley Cyrus

When Miley Cyrus decided she wanted to be a rapper, she took the smart approach by putting her verse up against three other hip hop honchos. The trap track was a hit (No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100!) and showed that Wiz could help by giving a co-sign to newcomer rappers. We're excited to see who will get his golden approval next.

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"Remember You" with the Weeknd

The MC proved he could snag a hit with a sensual sound, recruiting the Weeknd for this sexy hip hop smash. We hope there's more Wiz/Weeknd team-ups in the future because the dude's raps just get that much more addicting when Abel Tesfaye is riffing in the background. 

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"Friendly" with Curren$y

On this (amazing) cut from Khalifa and Curren$y's joint mixtape How Fly from 2009, the pair trade off verses about whether a sexy-times relationship is the real deal or just "Friendly" ... aka a situation we've all been in. The peppy, synthy production showed that Wiz had a knack for addictive beats early in his career. 

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"5 O'Clock" with T-Pain & Lily Allen

Based around a genius sample of Lily Allen's "Who'd Have Known," T-Pain and Wiz crafted a moody mashup that found fans in the pop, R&B and rap worlds. The genre-defying sound helped the song rise to the Top 10 of the Hot 100.

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"Young, Wild and Free" with Snoop Dogg & Bruno Mars

We couldn't forget one of Wiz's biggest chart collaborations (No. 7 on the Hot 100) featuring he and Snoop trading lines over a feel-good piano production while Mars handles the addictive chorus.

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"Bake Sale" with Travis Scott

Travis Scott has been making waves recently (like, literally--have you heard his remix of "Waves" with Miguel?) Teaming up with our main man Wiz, magic happens.

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"Move On" with Kevin Gates

Wiz's last mixtape, Cabin Fever 3, is littered with high profile collaborations, but our favorite is definitely his tune with New Orleans rapper Kevin Gates. The hook is surprisingly sentimental for Wiz. He lays it down: "I'm rich, we're both grown / Gotta mail me your boyfriend at home / Too high, I'm too gone / If she don't ride with the kid, I move on / I'm just tryna find someone I can leave with / I'm just tryna find someone I can leave with."

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"See You Again" with Charlie Puth

The tribute song for fallen Furious 7 cast member Paul Walker stayed on the top of the Hot 100 chart long after the film had exited theaters, and with Charlie Puth's hook supporting him, Wiz scored the biggest hit of his career, and one of the biggest hits of all time.

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