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Taylor Gang Entertainment Celebrates Another Successful Year By Dropping Five New Videos

Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang Entertainment drops 5 new music videos

Wiz Khalifa‘s crew came strong this year. With releases from Juicy JTy Dolla $ign, Berner, Chevy Woods, Raven Felix, J.R. Donato, Tuki Carter and Sosamann. They were altogether for their collaborative mixtape and now we get 5 new videos to celebrate their victories. Read more about these videos here:

Taylor Gang had a massive 2016, marked by new deals, successful albums, festival takeovers, and other boons. In October, the label signed a worldwide distribution and label deal with Atlantic Records. In March, Taylor Gang’s resident stoner and marijuana maven Berner released Hempire, which debuted at number 4 on the Billboard Hip-Hop Albums Chart and reached over 20 million total streams. One of the label’s most acclaimed and successful artists, Ty Dolla $ign, was featured on Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home,” a Top Five Billboard smash that went triple platinum and was one of the year’s most streamed songs on Spotify. In November, Ty Dolla $ign won an American Music Award for Best Collaboration for his work on the track having already won the MTV Video Music Award in the same category and a Teen Choice Award for “Choice Summer Song.”

Watch all the new videos below and shoutouts to the Taylor Gang!

Ty Dolla $ign – $

Tuki Carter – Get High (Freestyle)

Berner & B-Real’s – FTB. Also watch Berner’s Marijuana Mania Documentary series here.

J.R. Donato – Winter

KH – She Wanna Have

 

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