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Wiz Khalifa feat. Lil Wayne and Young Jeezy

"Work Hard Play Hard (Remix)"

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September 10, 2012

Despite its title, no one on this relentlessly half-assed ode to long money sounds as if he's expending much effort or having much fun. Weezy is pretty open about what he'd rather be doing: "My dick stay hard/But suck my skateboard." He's got the "bored" part right.

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