Wiz Khalifa Backs Out Of "King Of R&B" Talk, Says Next Album Won't Be Singing

Rolling Loud has change into the most important hip-hop pageant on this planet and because it continues to increase, the exhibits carry on getting an increasing number of must-see. This weekend noticed the most recent version their Los Angeles collection, bringing Cardi B, Lil Uzi Vert, Wiz Khalifa, and many extra to the stage. With many your favourite artists making their strategy to the pageant to carry out, it is the proper alternative for media to meet up with the musical acts, checking to see what they have on faucet within the close to future. During an interview with Power 106, Wiz Khalifa made positive to element all his plans for the upcoming yr, preserving us all hyped for what’s to come back.

Despite dropping Rolling Papers II this yr, 2018 was nonetheless comparatively quiet for Wiz. It appears like 2019 may see issues ramped up just a little although as he is bought some main plans for the upcoming months. The rapper confirmed that he will probably be dropping a joint undertaking with Curren$y, promising that 2009 will see the sunshine day quickly. After teasing an R&B album for months, Wiz appears to have gone again on his preliminary want, citing the current “King R&B” debate as his motive to again out. “I believe I am simply gonna drop some dope ass playa shit,” mentioned Wiz earlier than elaborating on why he will not be singing on the brand new solo album. “I backed out, that is what occurred. I bought scared after all of the speak. I used to be like, I’m not the king that.”

He went on to provide Chris Brown some main shine, saying he is the rightful king the final technology R&B. Are you wanting ahead to some new music from Wiz?

Curren$y Celebrates Soon-To-Be Fatherhood With Double Feature Baby Showers

Curren$y is presently awaiting the delivery his first bundle pleasure with his longtime girlfriend.

The Louisiana-bred emcee revealed that the couple is anticipating a child boy by the identify Cruise someday within the close to future and in celebrating parenthood, they hosted two child showers and far to Curren$y’s delight, there wasn’t a staple child bathe Burberry shirt in sight.

At their most up-to-date child bathe, Curren$y’s DJ and buddy DJ Duffy gifted the couple with just a few customized objects for the unborn Cruise, with onesies that learn “Jetlife” and one other that learn “Rolling Pampers 2,” a play f Wiz Khalifa’s Rolling Papers undertaking sequence. “We gon’ be right here all evening,” Curren$y exclaims when he sees how a lot stuff Duffy packs in a present bag for Cruise.

“Hands down the dopest bathe I’ve ever photographed,” writes Currensy’s photographer Laiken Joy with a phot displaying f the “Pampers” set. “Oh &@iwantdjduffey set the bar HIGH for items with this one.”

On the flip aspect, Spitta is presently prepping the arrival  his joint Fetti undertaking with Freddie Gibbs, set to reach on Halloween evening. The duo hasn’t unveiled a lot in regards to the undertaking apart from a snippet that confirmed that Freddie Gibbs will really be singing on a lower.

Wiz Khalifa & Lil Skies Turn Up On Jimmy Kimmel Live With "Fr Fr" Performance

Shortly after releasing the music video for “Fr Fr,” Wiz Khalifa and Lil Skies take their Rolling Papers 2 collaboration to the Jimmy Kimmel Live stage for a high-energy efficiency on Thursday night time.

Wiz Khalifa and Lil Skies hit the Jimmy Kimmel Live stage in Hollywood final night time to ship a superb efficiency “Fr Fr.” The two PA natives took the monitor to new heights alongside a live-band. While TV performances are a lot tamer than precise live shows, Wiz Khalifa and Lil Skies turned up the group. 

The two them delivered the ficial music video for the only earlier this week. The video was directed by Lyrical Lemonade’s Cole Bennett, who’s labored with Lil Skies on some his most notable music movies. The “Fr Fr” music video discovered the 2 rappers taking up a grocery retailer they work at earlier than overthrowing the shop’s supervisor and throwing a large rager. 

Aside from his newest look on Jimmy Kimmel, Wiz Khalifa not too long ago appeared in Netflix’s film, “The After Party” which starred KYLE and featured cameos from Teyana Taylor, French Montana, Pusha T and extra.

Lil Skies opened up for Wiz Khalifa and Rae Sremmurd on the “Dazed & Blazed” tour this summer time. The tour kicked f a couple of weeks after Wiz dropped his newest mission, Rolling Papers 2. It kicked f in Detroit on July 21st earlier than concluding on August 30th in Phoenix. 

Watch Wiz Khalifa Bring His Son Bash On Stage To Rap "Hunnid Bands"

If you catch Wiz Khalifa and Rae Sremmurd’s summer tour, you may be treated to a very special guest not featured on the flyer. In the rapper’s new DayToDay tour vlog, titled “Doin What I Love Most,” Wiz can be seen bringing out his five-year-old son Bash to rap his single “Hunnid Bands” along with him. After feeling it out a bit, he eventually gets pretty comfortable, even if he doesn’t seem to know all the words. After being egged on by Wiz, he hands f the mic and busts out some dance moves. 

In a clip backstage after the performance, Wiz was very excited about Bash’s appearance, commenting on the grin he was wearing during his performance. “Man, I’m so happy,” he says.

“Hunnid Bands” appears on Wiz’s brand new project Rolling Papers 2, the album he’s currently supporting on tour. 

The Dazed & Blazed tour, which features Rae Sremmurd, OT Genasis and Lil Skies continues throughout August. Find the remaining dates below. 

  • Thu Aug 02 – Coney Island, NY – Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island (no Lil Skies or Rae Sremmurd)
  • Sat Aug 04 – Holmdel, NJ – PNC Bank Arts Center (no Lil Skies)
  • Sun Aug 05 – Hartford, CT – XFINITY Theatre
  • Tue Aug 07 – Mansfield, MA – Xfinity Center
  • Thu Aug 09 – Bristow, VA – Jiffy Lube Live
  • Fri Aug 10 – Camden, NJ – BB&T Pavilion
  • Sat Aug 11 – Virginia Beach, VA – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
  • Sun Aug 12 – Raleigh, NC – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
  • Tue Aug 14 – Pelham, AL – Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
  • Wed Aug 15 – Jacksonville, FL – Daily’s Place
  • Thu Aug 16 – Tampa, FL – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre at the FL State Fairgrounds
  • Fri Aug 17 – West Palm Beach, FL – Coral Sky Amphitheatre
  • Tue Aug 21 – Atlanta, GA – Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood
  • Thu Aug 23 – Houston, TX – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
  • Fri Aug 24 – Oklahoma City, OK – Zoo Amphitheatre
  • Sat Aug 25 – Austin, TX – Austin360 Amphitheater
  • Sun Aug 26 – Dallas, TX – Dos Equis Pavilion
  • Wed Aug 29 – Albuquerque, NM – Isleta Amphitheater
  • Thu Aug 30 – Phoenix, AZ – Ak-Chin Pavilion
  • Thu Aug 02 – Coney Island, NY – Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island (no Lil Skies or Rae Sremmurd)
  • Sat Aug 04 – Holmdel, NJ – PNC Bank Arts Center (no Lil Skies)
  • Sun Aug 05 – Hartford, CT – XFINITY Theatre
  • Tue Aug 07 – Mansfield, MA – Xfinity Center
  • Thu Aug 09 – Bristow, VA – Jiffy Lube Live
  • Fri Aug 10 – Camden, NJ – BB&T Pavilion
  • Sat Aug 11 – Virginia Beach, VA – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
  • Sun Aug 12 – Raleigh, NC – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
  • Tue Aug 14 – Pelham, AL – Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
  • Wed Aug 15 – Jacksonville, FL – Daily’s Place
  • Thu Aug 16 – Tampa, FL – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre at the FL State Fairgrounds
  • Fri Aug 17 – West Palm Beach, FL – Coral Sky Amphitheatre
  • Tue Aug 21 – Atlanta, GA – Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood
  • Thu Aug 23 – Houston, TX – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
  • Fri Aug 24 – Oklahoma City, OK – Zoo Amphitheatre
  • Sat Aug 25 – Austin, TX – Austin360 Amphitheater
  • Sun Aug 26 – Dallas, TX – Dos Equis Pavilion
  • Wed Aug 29 – Albuquerque, NM – Isleta Amphitheater
  • Thu Aug 30 – Phoenix, AZ – Ak-Chin Pavilion

Wiz Khalifa Devours Hot Sauce & Utters Painful Cries Of "Oh Sh*t!"

Wiz Khalifa may be used to the smoke, but is he used to the fire? After all, they don’t call rampant hot sauce abuse “the rim reaper” for nothing. While that is perhaps a lesson he’ll come to soon learn, in the mean time, fans can watch the Rolling Paper 2 struggle his way through the always-enjoyable “Hot Ones” challenge. Coming f the drop his lethan-sized Rolling Papers 2, it’s clear that Wiz is intent on getting the bang for his promotional buck. Remember, there’s a strong chance he’s high as hell, so you already know those taste buds are highly susceptible to the slightest phenomena. 

Over the course the twenty-three minute dining session, Wiz dishes on a variety topics, including his four-hundred tattoos, the Snoop Dogg assited “Weed Olympics,” Rolling Papers 2, and much more. While host Sean Evans remains one the game’s most well-rounded interviewers, let’s be honest. The bulk the appeal comes from watching guests struggle, as they question every minute decision that ultimately led them to this moment. It’s glorious to be hold, and Wiz handles it with decorum, for the most part. At 18:40, however, the man can’t help but break character, uttering a desperate cry “Oh Shit!” 

“That’s what you give somebody when you want them to snitch,” reflects Wiz, upon allowing his buds to settle. Perhaps he’s on to something. Peep  the full video below.

"Rolling Papers 2" First Week Numbers Are In & Drake Remains #1 For Third Week

The music charts are being dominated by hip-hop artists right now. The top six albums in America all belong to rappers. Drake’s Scorpion will spend its third week at number one on Billboard‘s Hot 200 chart. While that news is not shocking whatsoever, it does add another line to Drake’s already astounding resume. According to Billboard, Scorpion sold 260,000 equivalent album units in the week ending July 19. 29,000 those album sales came from physical copies. While Drizzy enjoys his reign at the top, Wiz Khalifa earned his fifth top ten entry onto the charts. 

Rolling Papers 2 sold 80,000 units to grab the number two spot on the charts. It was the only new release to crack the top ten, which is being held down by projects that were released earlier this year. Post Malone’s Beerbongs & Bentleys grabbed the number three position with 68,000 units, XXXTentacion’s ? remained at number 4 with 45,000 units, and Cardi B’s Invasion Privacy wrapped up the top five with 44,000 units. The fact that hip-hop albums are running the top five spots on the charts is a testament to how strong the culture has become. Juice WLRD’s Goodbye & Good Riddance almost made the top five cut, and landed at number 6 with 41,000 units. 

Wiz Khalifa & Swae Lee Perform "Hopeless Romantic" On Jimmy Fallon

Don’t let the perpetual grin and canned laughter fool you. Jimmy Fallon is down for the culture. Any man who can boast having The Roots as an in-house band gains a few points in that regard. As such, Jimmy has made sure to stock his lineup with a cavalcade hip-hop talent, and his latest guests include the duo Wiz Khalifa and Rae Sremmurd, who previously united on Rolling Papers 2 collaboration “Hopeless Romantic.” Though Wiz tends to make a habit trying to steal people’s girls willy-nilly, it’s good to know that he can at least tap into his inner Casanova.

Delivering a subdued, yet refreshingly backing-track free performance, Wiz and Swae hold it down in disparate ensembles blue and red, respectively. In fact, Swae looks to be channeling his inner RCMP ficer, while Wiz opts for his signature open vested look, showcasing the fruits his dedication to that mixed martial arts lifestyle.

Admittedly, performances on Jimmy Fallon are seldom the livest, and this is no exception. Still, it’s always welcome for late night viewers to get a taste what’s popping in hip-hop. Be sure to check out Wiz Khalifa’s latest album Rolling Papers 2, and Swae Lee’s turn on Sr3mm.

Wiz Khalifa's Musical Evolution In 15 Songs

Few rappers the 2000s can claim to have the career longevity, impact, and diversity catalog as Wiz Khalifa. In a story that defies the typical tropes rap success, Wiz went from a teen chancer hailing from Pittsburg (hardly a megacenter for rap, even after his successes) to a household name with various hit singles and even a Grammy nomination. While Wiz’s easy-going and relatable style as well as his love and promotion smoking weed became integral to his persona and music, his success depended equally on his ability to adapt to many different styles, unabashedly and ten with little effort. The average rapper might have one or two tricks under their sleeve after all, but since debuting on the scene in 2005, Wiz has gone through so many different approaches as a rapper, in a way that not many others can do, let alone that their fanbases would allow (!).

We’re taking the time out to go over the fascinating career Wiz Khalifa, the master chameleon-like adaptation in rap, and trying to study every move in the Khalifa playbook. From proto-EDM Rap, post-hyphy, trap, pop and beyond, this is a timeline in the musical life the Taylor Gang OG himself. Scroll through with us.

Tyga Unbothered By Wiz Khalifa’s "Eyes Lookin' Korean" Line

Wiz Khalifa has been receiving some backlash these past couple days from the Asian community after he made reference to their eyes on his new album Rolling Papers 2 on the song “Hot Now.” Wiz spits “Smoke got my eyes lookin’ Korean.” Wiz has since defended his line on The Breakfast Club this week, saying that he’s not racist at all. “Chill out, I’m not racist. I love all races,” he explains. “I have Korean friends who are not fended, so I don’t know those people who are saying that. My art is up for interpretation,” he added.

Well it appears Tyga is one those friends who are cool with it. On Tuesday, TMZ caught Tyga leaving the Italian restaurant Il Pastaio in Beverly Hills, and asked him his thoughts on the questionable Wiz line, since Tyga is Vietnamese descent. While he wasn’t aware the line before the cameraman continuously read it to him and asked him questions, Tyga eventually said there was nothing wrong with it. “What’s wrong with it? Wiz my dawg,” Tyga said as he got into his foreign.

Check out the brief clip (below) and let us know your thoughts on Wiz’s line? Should he apologize or is it not that bad?

Wiz Khalifa's "Rolling Papers 2" Projected To Sell 85k First Week, "Scorpion" Retains #1

Wiz Khalifa’s Rolling Papers 2 is expected to slot right below Scorpion in next week’s projected sales round up. Projected sales numbers rounded up by Chart Data have Drake’s Scorpion retaining the top spot for U.S. sales with 275-300k sold, followed by Rolling Papers 2 with 80-85k sold. Rounding out the top 5 are Post Malone, XXXTentacion, and Cardi B, artist who have been fixtures on the sales charts for the better part the summer.

Wiz’s hotly anticipated follow up to Rolling Papers was received with skepticism, but those who spoke up, a good number rap fans were willing to learn first hand. The 25-song double album has become suspect to questions organization more so than anything else. Hip hop purists have long awaited a particular “return to form” for Wiz, others are simply happy to see him branch out at his own pace. Rappers such as Gucci Mane, Swae Lee, Ty Dolla $ign, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and Snoop Dogg all take on cameo roles on Rolling Papers 2.

Whatever the case, Wiz has done himself no harm in balancing himself on different footstools.  Of the projected 80-85k sales figures, Wiz is believed to have secured at least 13-15k coming f physical sales, numbers that contribute to over a billion dollars worth stimulus.

Wiz Khalifa Talks Banana Etiquette & Amber Rose Spreading Dating Rumors

In the wake king-sized album Rolling Papers 2, Wiz Khalifa set f a press run with the tried-and-true stop at The Breakfast Club. For those wondering what they might be getting into, the zany direction becomes evident from the jump. “If you bite a banana, you sus,” claims Wiz, in the interview’s opening moments. “N***as gotta break the banana in half, pause.” Clearly, Wiz does not want to be seen putting anything even remotely phallic anywhere near his mouth. Charlamagne seems perplexed by the notion, countering with the simple, yet effective “it’s a fruit.” 

Serious topics are naturally covered, and Wiz’ reputation as one hip-hop’s most iconic stoners is well respected throughout. Talks marijuana are inevitable, as greenery, presumably the storied “Khalifa Kush,” seem to permeate each Wiz’s replies. 

Eventually, conversation shifts to Wiz recently hitting thirty, causing the group to reflect on his evolution. Joking that his interviews are “boring,” prompting a discourse on music over gossip, Angela brings up the fact that Wiz was recently seen with a new boo. He quickly nips that thread in the bud, claiming the lady-friend in question was merely a homegirl, even though Amber Rose co-signed her as a “step-mom” candidate. “I told Amber don’t be doing that, yo,” explains Wiz. “She be the main one like, ‘If I take a picture with a guy everyone think I’m dating them.’ Then I take a picture with Winnie and she’s like ‘oh, you’re Sebastian’s stepmom.’ No, don’t do that!”

He proceeds to make what feels like an appeal to the ladies the world. “I’m a sweet dude. Anyone that comes in contact with me, I change their life.”

For more from Wiz, peep the whole interview below.

Wiz Khalifa Dismisses Accusations Of Racism Over "Eyes Lookin' Korean" Lyric

Wiz Khalifa is fresh f the release his latest album, Rolling Papers 2. Fans were eagerly awaiting for the album’s release for a minute. The project was initially supposed towards the end last year but got pushed back. The album, like the rest Wiz’ projects, comes with a whole lot music that’s perfect to smoke to. Unfortunately, there was one bar in particular that seemed to fend many people in the Asian and Asian American community. However, the rapper insists he’s not racist.

On the track “Hot Now,” Wiz Khalifa raps, “Drive the type whip your bitches like to be in/Smoke got my eyes lookin’ Korean.” The rapper faced backlash for the racially insensitive bar. During his recent interview with the Breakfast Club, Wiz Khalifa addressed the controversy surrounding that particular lyric.

“I also say I smoke like a Jamaican and I also say I live like a white man,” he said. “So chill out. Like, I’m not a racist. I love all races.”

Despite the fact that there were many Koreans that expressed their disdain with the lyric on YouTube and social media, it seems Wiz didn’t feel like he did anything wrong. After Charlamagne asked with if he’d like to apologize to the Korean community, Wiz Khalifa made it clear that he wouldn’t.

“No. I have Korean friends that aren’t fended. So I don’t know those people who are saying that.” He said.

Peep the interview below with that bit coming in around the 13:55 mark.

Wiz Khalifa "Rolling Papers 2" Review

Wiz Khalifa has been in the rap game for over a decade, consistently delivering stoner party anthems periodically peppered with a more heartwarming touch. Although there isn’t really much wrong with his formula, the longevity is tested on the twenty-five track Rolling Papers 2; unfortunately, the simple pleasures weed, women, and gin begin to get stale. That being said, there are still plenty uplifting moments, provided you can sift through countless references smoking Khalifa Kush, forgetting women’s names after having sex with them, being a boss, and generally living lavish.

The title track “Rolling Papers 2” centers around the choices we make and the consequences our actions, but moments introspection like this are few and far between. Instead, Wiz celebrates his favorite pastimes in almost the same way on every track. It’s tolerable on a case by case basis, but becomes monotonous when absorbed as a complete body work; I enjoyed the album much more after breaking it down in segments. 

Thankfully, the production is phenomenal across the board. It’s no surprise, given the project is handled by an elite team producers including Mike Will Made It, longtime collaborators Sledren and Cardo, TM88, Young Chop, I.D. Labs and the legendary Easy Mo Bee. Sonically there remains enough variance between songs to make each one feel unique. Sadly, with the exception “B Ok,” there’s virtually no difference in content. Nobody is necessarily expecting Wiz to be a high tier lyrical rapper – not to say that he isn’t capable it – but he’s always been able to make comfortable and enjoyable music. However, despite claiming otherwise, it does feel like he’s gotten somewhat complacent in his success.

Some the most interesting songs on this album are the ones with featured artists. It’s like having someone else on the song forces Wiz to shift slightly out his mellow and melodic comfort zone. “Blue Hunnids,” featuring the late Jimmy Wopo is definitely a standout, at least energy-wise. The back and forth between him and Chevy Woods on “Karate” is thoroughly enjoyable, and Gucci’s verse on “Real Rich” is full palpable joy. “Gin and Drugs” (feat. Problem) is an enjoyable rehashing G-Funk sensibilities, despite feeling almost like an easy cash-in on nostalgia.

Rolling Papers 2 fers ample music for die hard Wiz fans to absorb, but honestly, the sheer volume is overwhelming. Don’t get me wrong. Most the tracks are good, but it feels like there’s too much filler bogging down what might have benefitted from a cohesive approach. While I understand the motivation behind long tracklists in the “streaming era,” there’s something to be said about a concise album. Of course, a sense unity between songs does inherently exist; after all, it’s the same man rapping about the same things.

Still, Wiz does shine on tracks like “Bootsy Bellows,” where he increases his pace, bringing forth a noted sense creativity and urgency to his raps. “B Okay” is easily one the best songs on the album because it’s the most honest. On the I.D. Labs and DJ Khalil produced track, Wiz details some the problems in his widely-publicized relationship with ex-wife Amber Rose, as well as the pain losing his sister. Wiz describes feeling a disconnect in his fame and attempting to feel okay despite feeling jaded about how genuine his interactions are. The inclusion this track is deeply appreciated, as it adds some much-needed substance to the album.

For the most part Rolling Papers 2 is a light hearted journey through the variety styles we’ve seen Wiz Khalifa display over the years. A little trap Wiz. Some r&b Wiz. Even little hints “old” Wiz here and there.  The main problem with the album is the lack proper unity, which culminates in a lengthy run time. While Wiz is no stranger to lengthy albums, he would have most certainly benefited from a little bit pruning. Although he’s amassed an immense fanbase with his laid back rhyme style, the album is most compelling when Wiz stretches himself and experiments a bit with his voice and cadence.

It’s hard to pinpoint the goal Rolling Papers 2, but it seems mostly tailored to provide background music for late night cruising, or simply rolling up the loud and zoning out. Given the run time it might have benefitted from being portioned differently, a double album perhaps, or otherwise given some overarching narrative structure. Still, the bright spots are enough to keep us optimistic. Hopefully this isn’t the last sequel we see from Khalifa. Rumor has it there’s also a Kush and OJ 2 floating around somewhere. Roll up.

Amber Rose Shows Major Love To Wiz Khalifa On Album Release Day

Despite the two not always being on the best terms, Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose have made the best their situation to co-parent their son Bash. The divorced couple has had enough time to sort out their differences and they now have nothing but love for one another. With Amber constantly sharing the cutest moments she shares with her son, Wiz is focusing on his music, releasing the highly-anticipated Rolling Papers II today. With the 25-song tracklist giving listeners a lot to take in on their first go, Amber praised her ex-husband’s efforts on the album, showing major love by reposting the album art and tracklisting on her socials.

If she were pettier, she wouldn’t have even thought about promoting her ex-husband’s new music but the SlutWalk organizer took some time out her day to let everyone know Wiz was dropping. The entertainer wrote, “Make sure you get Sebastian’s Dad‘s NEW ALBUM Dropping Tonight Midnight #rollingpapers2.” The message, in itself, is pretty funny as she chooses to refer to Wiz as “Sebastian’s Dad,” but later on, she tagged his IG handle to make sure he sees the love. 

Her intentions seem pretty genuine as the two have been spotted together at birthday parties for their son and special events. We can definitely feel the love in the air. Rolling Papers II is out now and you can check it out here.

Wiz Khalifa's "Rolling Papers 2" Is One To Smoke To: Twitter Reacts

When Wiz Khalifa’s third Rolling Papers dropped in 2011, the rapper was riding one the game’s most prolific mixtape runs. His smoke-fueled aesthetic helped cement him as one hip-hop’s quintessential stoners, and the aspiring marijuana connoisseurs gravitated to him like a king. Now, seven years have passed, and Wiz’s status in the game has cooled down. Though still respected across the board, Wiz has been quiet on the musical front, seemingly more active in the gym than the booth. Yet recent interviews find Wiz at his most focused, and to hear him tell it, he’s never been sharper.

Does that sense focus hold up on his new, gargantuan project Rolling Papers 2? After all, a twenty-five track project is a daunting proposition for any artist; one might very well burn through their entire supply during a continuous play-through. Despite the length, it would appear that many fans are pleased with the album, and the loyalty that Wiz continues to inspire even now is a testament to his legacy. Though it’s entirely possible that the project will take a while to sink it, first impressions are more or less positive. 

Peep some the early Twitter reactions below.