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Wiz broke it down for Boston Herald about his current single "Work Hard Play Hard", his father's influence on the beginning of his rap career, reaching a bigger audience, staying close to Pittsburgh and more! Click here to read what he had to say.
"Puff Daddy and the Family Tour! That was the best stuff ever. It was the biggest show and I sat there and I watched the whole thing," Wiz told MTV News on Wednesday of his favorite concert experience as a youngster citing Diddy's 1997 run. "I feel like tonight I finally got to that point of Puff Daddyism." - MTV News
Here's another interview from Wiz' recent trip across the pond. He talks his single "Work Hard Play Hard", O.N.I.F.C.'s raw sound and its mostly in house production, his relationship with Snoop and Juicy J, working with 50 Cent, his childhood overseas, the meaning behind his name, his first single "Say Yeah" and the impact its had on his career, the meaning behind his name and getting it tatted on his body and much more!
"We don't have a date in mind but we know we want to get married next year, for sure" Wiz told Entertainment Wise.
"I'm just happy that she's so cool about letting me do my album and letting me have my time to prepare everything because she could be what everyone expects her to be, like 'Ok let's go, let's get married right now' but instead she's like 'no I understand that you've got to do this, you've got to do that' and I'm like 'alright cool' and it's my job to give her what she wants as well and that's the family and the stability."
"I mean if she's at home she's not going to be doing
In a recent interview with TheVersed, Wiz was asked what his favorite verse was...and he took us all the way back to a song off Prince Of The City 2! Check out the video above to see which song he picked.