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In Part 1, Wiz talks about 'gardening', buying his own studio, recording with Chris Brown and Snoop, his hair, "Black and Yellow", his laugh, the difference between putting together his album and his mixtapes. Part 2 covers his upcoming MTV Spring Break performance, his next upcoming college tour, using the internet to his advantage, what him and his crew listen to, his grades in high school, his feelings on going mainstream and his his turn ons.
“It’s a lot of young talent,” Wiz said. “A lot of new kids who really got something to bring—fresh, new energy to the game. I’m really looking forward to how they all progress afterwards.”
“There’s some of them that I’ve already worked with,” he revealed, while staying tight lipped. “[But] I’m just looking forward to working with everybody coming up, or at least meeting them and getting to chop it up.” - XXLMag
Wiz answers some promo questions from Ground Breaking Video. He speaks on his rise to fame and recognition, Curren$y, his favorite mixtapes from his catalog, tattoos, the XXL Freshmen list, Rolling Papers (pre-order here), what we can expect from it, his collab with Too Short, working with Pharrell on a few cuts (which will not appear on the CD), collaborating with Waka Flocka in the future, his thoughts on Weezy’s “Green & Yellow”, touring overseas in May, beef rumors with Tyga, working with Swizz Beatz and more.
Wiz Khalifa has been added to a list of artists announced to perform at the 2011 mtvU Woodie Awards! The show kicks off live from Austin, TX on March 16th, and will air live at 12am ET (tape delayed PT on MTV, MTV2 and mtvU)! - MTV
The Roots just announced the lineup for their fourth-annual Roots Picnic that takes place Saturday, June 4th at Philadelphia’s Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing. The full day festival, introduced by The Roots, will include co-headliners Nas & Wiz Khalifa, along with Mac Miller, Yelawolf and 2011 Grammy winner Esperanza Spalding. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 4th at 10am EST over at LiveNation.com, meanwhile you can catch the full lineup here.