Talk about an interesting collaboration. Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign have teamed up to release their joint EP, Talk About It in the Morning. The collection is available for streaming on Taylor Gang’s official website.

The five-song EP is on some chill vibe with some mellow music and laid-back rhymes. Basically, music you can smoke a blunt to.

We have to give props to Wiz and Ty for resurrecting a Pen & Pixel’s design with their cover art. If you are a fan of No Limit Records, the duo's artwork should bring back memories of P&P's outlandish album covers they created for Master P’s label.

As for the music, most of the tracks were produced by Nice Rec and the BMMB, except for “Post Up,” which was produced by Ty Dolla $ign. The EP kicks off with “Judge It,” a song in which Wiz raps about a woman (*cough* Amber Rose) who’s frustrated with his rockstar lifestyle.

“Always at home claimin' you spend too much time alone / The other n----s did you wrong and now I'm the one / Yeah right, look at what they did, now look at what I did / Not to mention I was the most faithful n---- in existence / But when it goes down that's how they flip s---," he raps.

On the melodic love ballad “Say No More,” Ty gets his Keith Sweat on and seduces his lover in the bedroom. “First I'm a roll up, then pour up / Then we goin' f---, she know what's up," he croons. Isn’t he such a romantic?

“Pretty Nights” closes out the EP on a fitting note. It’s a celebratory track featuring Wiz popping champagne bottles and smoking that icky sticky. “Spending money with no hesitation / You can tell that we came from the bottom / 30 bottles with no conversation / That’s celebration for my Forbes spot,” he raps. “When you broke you ain’t got nothing to lose / When you’re rich, you got nothing to prove."

Overall, if you need some music to ride out in your car or smoke some green herb to, Wiz and Ty Dolla $ign’s Talk About it in the Morning EP is your soundtrack.

Listen or download the EP below.

Listen to Wiz Khalifa & Ty Dolla $ign's Talk About it in the Morning EP

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