Having elbowed his way into the Hot 100 VIP room — and a million Steelers fans’ hearts — with 2010’s inescapable ”Black and Yellow,” the pride of Pittsburgh largely backs away from easy access on his second album. Though O.N.I.F.C. scrimps on pop hooks, Wiz’s bleary-eyed charisma elevates both radio bait (”Got Everything”) and trippy shape-shifters (”No Limit”). His singular style tends to derail the guest spots — which is okay, because Wiz’s most potent collaborator is clearly a plant-shaped lady named Mary. B+
O.N.I.F.CHaving elbowed his way into the Hot 100 VIP room — and a million Steelers fans' hearts — with 2010's inescapable ''Black and Yellow,'' the...O.N.I.F.CHip-Hop/RapHaving elbowed his way into the Hot 100 VIP room — and a million Steelers fans' hearts — with 2010's inescapable ''Black and Yellow,'' the...2013-02-20
O.N.I.F.C. Wiz Khalifa
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Wiz Khalifa; Music Label: Atlantic
Posted February 20 2013 — 12:00 AM EST
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