With The Roots behind him, Wiz Khalifa blessed The Tonight Show crowd with a live performance of his Khalifa track, "Bake Sale." Without Travi$ Scott by his side, Khalifa danced across the stage and looked worry free despite an up-and-down past two weeks that had him, his son Sebastian and Amber Rose in the headlines thanks to Kanye West's Twitter tirade.

Fortunately, the drama didn't stop Wiz from dropping his Khalifa project today (Feb. 5). With features from Scott, Ty Dolla $ign, Juicy J, Chevy Woods, Rico Love, Courtney Noelle and J.R. Donato, Khalifa is compiled of previously unreleased music and should hold Taylor Gang enthusiasts over until Rolling Papers 2 drops.

During an interview with Hot 97 earlier this week (Feb.2), Khalifa gave an update on Rolling Papers 2 and said it should drop in 2016. " “I’m still working on [Rolling Papers 2],” he said. “I’m putting it out this year, hopefully before the summer is over. I’m going to go on tour during the summer so before the summer I’m going to put Rolling Papers 2 out. Khalifa is to hold folks over.”

Along with Wiz's performance, The Roots provided high comedy while reading a series of Super Bowl-related tweets. Singing the tweets to the tune of songs like R. Kelly's "Ignition (Remix)" and Silento's "Watch Me," Fallon and the show's in-house band gave viewers plenty of laughs.

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