Wiz Khalifa -'Black and Yellow' Rapper Returns
This award winning hip-hop artist has garnered a huge and devoted
fan following for his richly layered beats, achieving international stardom off the back of his smash hit number one single
'Black and Yellow' from his third album Rolling Papers. The two colours represent his home town of Pittsburgh, where
his following is so strong the council declared December 12 'Wiz Khalifa Day'.
2014 is set to be an exciting year for
this talented rapper, who has recently recorded tracks with Miley Cyrus and Adele for his impending fifth album Blacc Hollywood.
Purchase your Wiz Khalifa tickets now at StubHub UK and see him perform live at a town near you.
Biography - Pittsburgh Hip-Hop Mogul
Born Cameron Thomaz, this heavily tattooed star is one of the most innovative
rappers of modern times. Attaining his stage name in his younger years, he took 'Wiz' from the word 'wisdom' because of his
aptitude for most activities and 'Khalifa' from the Arabic word meaning 'successor'. In 2005, he released his debut mixtape
Prince of City: Welcome to Pistolvania. He was soon the talk of the huge underground, building on the buzz with his
acclaimed debut album Show and Prove and earning a deal with Warner Bros. in the process.
In 2007 he released
Grow Seasonwith the help of celebrated mix tape DJ Green Lantern, which was followed by Prince of the City 2
- the sequel to his initial record which proved to be his breakthrough recording. He signed to Atlantic Records and a stint
on the famous 'Rock The Bells' tour alongside Lauryn Hill and Snoop Dogg led to his own US tour. His single 'Black and Yellow'
gained an amazing 35 million views on YouTube, becoming the most talked about hip-hop single of 2010. His new album Blacc
Hollywood is sure to cement his status as an artist for the ages, so grab your Wiz Khalifa tickets now and see him perform
live on our shores.
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