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Wiz Khalifa Reacts To Performance At Steelers - Jets Game

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  • Wiz Khalifa Reacts To Performance At Steelers - Jets Game
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    January 24, 2011

    In a conversation late last night with MTV.com, Wiz spoke on his performance at the AFC Championship game. Check out what he had to say below...

    "Awesome, can't even explain it," Khalifa said of hitting the stage at the event. The "Mezmerized" MC also admitted that just hearing his platinum smash pump through the Steelers' stadium speakers was an incredible experience. "Aw man, it feels great. It's like a dream come true," he said. "I hoped this day would come but I never thought it would be a reality."

    "I've always had that Pittsburgh pride. I just wanted to let people know where I'm from and represent any way I can, and what better way than through our colors?" Wiz said in a statement released by his label when news of the AFC gig surfaced. "I took that hometown pride and put it in a song."

    "They know how to make hits, man," he said of the producers. "They know how to put a song together. So I learned to do my part and let them do their part. And that's when it goes crazy. 'Cause I do a lot of different things when I record my music. And they go back and we narrow it down. And that's how those big songs come out."

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on Jan 24, 2011 at 12:48PM

In a conversation late last night with MTV.com, Wiz spoke on his performance at the AFC Championship game. Check out what he had to say below...

"Awesome, can't even explain it," Khalifa said of hitting the stage at the event. The "Mezmerized" MC also admitted that just hearing his platinum smash pump through the Steelers' stadium speakers was an incredible experience. "Aw man, it feels great. It's like a dream come true," he said. "I hoped this day would come but I never thought it would be a reality."

"I've always had that Pittsburgh pride. I just wanted to let people know where I'm from and represent any way I can, and what better way than through our colors?" Wiz said in a statement released by his label when news of the AFC gig surfaced. "I took that hometown pride and put it in a song."

"They know how to make hits, man," he said of the producers. "They know how to put a song together. So I learned to do my part and let them do their part. And that's when it goes crazy. 'Cause I do a lot of different things when I record my music. And they go back and we narrow it down. And that's how those big songs come out."

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