While stopping through Shade 45, Wiz Khalifa took the opportunity to perform his single, “We Dem Boyz” in the studio. Watch as Wiz wilds out in the stu and performs.
Over three years ago, on February 3rd 2011, Wiz Khalifa released his track, “Roll Up”. The track served as the 2nd single off ‘Rolling Papers’, following the #1 hit “Black & Yellow.” “Roll Up” too garnered great success, peaking at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100. Now, after all this time, the song has surpassed 2,000,000 digital sales, making it double platinum.
Congrats to Wiz and his team!
Wiz Khalifa stopped by and spoke with Fuse about his upcoming album, ‘Blacc Hollywood.’ You may remember last year when Wiz revealed that he and Adele had been working, but now it appears as though we may never hear the track.
In the interview below, Wiz says that:
“It’s a cross between [the sounds of] right now and the ’60s and ’70s. It’s really hippie. That went everywhere after we talked about it. We still have the record. I just hope that we can put it in the album or maybe we can make something else, too.”
Today, KH released his highly anticipated mixtape, ‘Viva.’ Featured on the new tape were 12 new tracks including the standout track “Back Around” to close out the tape. That song features Taylor Ganger’s in Wiz Khalifa & Courtney Noelle on a Sledgren beat.
Get the full mixtape from Mo Scrill’s KH - Here
HotNewHipHop is proud to present you with the official music video for “Miley”. Atlanta’s very own DJ Holiday teamed up with rappers Waka Flocka & Wiz Khalifa to give you a stunning visual.
The title bears an obvious hat tip to Miley Cyrus for her 2013 resurgence of the twerk phenomenon. Probably lesser known to the viewing audience (especially younger viewers) is how the video’s theme is based on the 1985 runaway teen flick “Weird Science”, where two awkward and unpopular teenagers create their ultimate dream woman with the help of technology.
In the same vein, watch our hip hop trio in “Miley” scheme some computer plans of voluptuous proportions, as they conjure up a room full of well-rounded honeys for their booting shaking contest.
Wiz Khalifa is a superstar in the rap game, now he is using his star power to put on for his Taylor Gang label. For the newest Taylor Gang release, we get a music video for Tuki Carter & Wiz Khalifa’s track, “She Said.”
Shorty after dropping his “We Dem Boyz” single, Wiz Khalifa called into J. Kruz at 97.9 The Beat in Dallas. During the interview Wiz and Kruz discussed the single and what fans can expect on his upcoming ‘Blacc Hollywood’ album. Wiz reveals that he hope to release the album before summer so that he can play the albums tracks on his summer tour.
Pittsburghers may remember J Kruz from his days at 105.9 WAMO. Seriously, who could forget the “holla back”?
“It’s ya man J Kruz on 106, think you got flow let me know who’s this?”
The duo congratulated one another on their continued success in a separate conversation. Always cool to see people with Pittsburgh roots doing big things!
Wiz Khalifa recently stopped by Shade 45 with DJ Whoo Kid. While there, director Ralph Madison took the opportunity to film Wiz spitting his “Dispensary” track live in the stu.
Baby Sebastian Thomaz turns one year old this month on February 21st. HipHopDX was able to catch up with his father, Wiz Khalifa, to talk about how becoming a father has impacted him.
When it comes to fatherhood and music, those two are two totally different things. So, who I am professionally is totally different from who I am as a father and as a person.
I think it’s just a part of growing up. You know, everybody has that point where they grow up and you get more responsibilities and schedule your life and you do things a little bit differently than you did when you was younger and you’re not able to be as wild and as spontaneous. You know what I’m sayin’? Structure is always needed, so my kid coming into my life and helping me structure everything has helped me as a person and as a business person.
Wiz Khalifa credits his father for teaching him how to work for himself and educate himself while applying it to business.
I got it from my dad. He always expressed to me the importance of working for yourself and educating yourself and you know, just making the best out of any situation you’re put into. So, the fact that I make music, the fact that I dress the way that I do, the fact that I smoke weed, it could all be applied in a business sense.