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Wiz Interview With Dirty Laces

on Feb 04, 2011 at 12:53PM

Wiz speaks on his creative process, keeping some of his original mixtape producers for his album Roll Up, the G-Mix to "Black and Yellow", what other types of music he listens to and much more!

The Five One Reworks Wiz Khalifa's "Never Been"

on Feb 04, 2011 at 12:46PM

"We were in the studio, listening to random beats that me and Green was this really smooth instrumental," Gold says. "We were listening to it, thinking what to write—we were gonna make it an original song. Then Red just says 'Say she never been,' just like the Wiz song. We laughed at first then were like, ‘You know what? I actually kind of like that.’ We think the guy’s a character."

"All in all, we've been happy with the response," Gold continues. "Wiz fans like it a lot.

Daytoday: Season 3, Ep. 7

on Feb 04, 2011 at 12:35PM

In the seventh episode of Daytoday’s third season, Wiz hasn’t been home to Pittsburgh in weeks. Now he’s back and lounging, preparing to run errands and perform a homecoming show. They make a run to the car store to look at large living vans. They check into their hotel, and dine on champagne, steak and potatoes. Wiz will be in the hotel for three days and packed his complete studio of equipment for the residency. Check out what else went down in the episode above.

The Wall Street Journal Talks "Black and Yellow"

on Feb 04, 2011 at 12:27PM

Head over to to check out Wall Street Journal's feature article on Khalifa's single "Black and Yellow" might have heard of it.

J. Cole Gets 'Motivation' From Wiz Khalifa, Drake, Nicki Minaj Success

on Feb 04, 2011 at 12:00PM Reports:

When Cole stopped by the MTV News crimson couch for "RapFix Live" on Thursday (January 3), a fan asked the rapper via Twitter if Drizzy, Nicki or Wiz's success puts pressure on him. The Warm Up MC coolly maintained that he's staying focused on his own career.

"It's motivation, it's not pressure. The reason why it's not pressure is 'cause I think I've always been blessed with an understanding that everybody's path is their own." - J. Cole