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  • "I actually thought it was real cool when he did his version," Wiz said. "Just seeing that he even heard the song, A, and then knew how to rap to it. Not saying that he wouldn't, but it was kind of wild, like, hearing Wayne flip how I rap, 'cause that's Lil Wayne. But it was cool." - MTV.com

    "I actually thought it was real cool when he did his version," Wiz said. "Just seeing that he even heard the song, A, and then knew how to rap to it. Not saying that he wouldn't, but it was...
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  • Wiz' second single "Roll Up", off the highly anticipated Rolling Papers, hit iTunes today! Click HERE to cop it now!

    If you haven't already, don't forget to check out the Rolling Papers pre-order bundles. Album in stores 3/29 - Taylors takin over!

    Wiz' second single "Roll Up", off the highly anticipated Rolling Papers, hit iTunes today! Click HERE to cop it now!If you haven't already, don't forget to check out the Rolling Papers pre-order...
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  • DrJays.com broke down some of Wiz' favorite styles. Head there now for a closer look!

    DrJays.com broke down some of Wiz' favorite styles. Head there now for a closer look!
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  • Wiz stopped by Shade 45‘s studio during Whoo Kid‘s Superbowl Special to talk about the Steelers, his dreams, collaborating with Lil Wayne in the near future, Gucci Mane‘s face tattoo, Amber Rose and hella more.

    Wiz stopped by Shade 45‘s studio during Whoo Kid‘s Superbowl Special to talk about the Steelers, his dreams, collaborating with Lil Wayne in the near future, Gucci Mane‘s...
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  • Head over to Complex.com to check out their interview with the "Black and Yellow" hitmakers Stargate. The production duo talks about working with Wiz on tracks like "Black and Yellow", Khalifa's second official single "Roll Up" and "Stoned", as well as working with rappers in general.

    Head over to Complex.com to check out their interview with the "Black and Yellow" hitmakers Stargate. The production duo talks about working with Wiz on tracks like "Black and Yellow", Khalifa's...
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    February 04, 2011

    Wiz talks about his first deal out of high school, his upcoming movie with Snoop, being from Pittsburgh, the Taylor Gang and more.

    Wiz talks about his first deal out of high school, his upcoming movie with Snoop, being from Pittsburgh, the Taylor Gang and more.
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  • Wiz Khalifa's "Black and Yellow" will be featured this weekend in Pittsburgh Steelers' storylines for ESPN Super Bowl coverage on SportsCenter, Sunday Countdown and NFL Live! Thanks to all the Taylors out there that made it possible!

    Wiz Khalifa's "Black and Yellow" will be featured this weekend in Pittsburgh Steelers' storylines for ESPN Super Bowl coverage on SportsCenter, Sunday Countdown and NFL Live! Thanks to all the...
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    February 04, 2011

    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!

    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...
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  • "We were in the studio, listening to random beats that me and Green made...one 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.

    "We were in the studio, listening to random beats that me and Green made...one was this really smooth instrumental," Gold says. "We were listening to it, thinking what to write—we were...
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