Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Since 2006, Wiz Khalifa has been going hard with the music. It wasn’t until 2010 that he actually broke out, though. Not only did Wiz Khalifa break out, he topped Billboard, and went about establishing himself as a mogul.
Rick Ross boasted that he was going to sign Wiz Khalifa to MMG, alongside Wale. While Wale signed, Wiz Khalifa turned Ross down, saying he wanted to build his own movement. That he did, with his label, Taylor Gang, which is home to a large roster.
Wiz Khalifa got it all started, with Rolling Papers, which was actually released in 2011. Since then, Wiz Khalifa has released two more albums, but has more or less been out of the spotlight, over the past four years, with the exception of “See You Again,” with Charlie Puth. But, the Pittsburgh legend is delivering Rolling Papers 2 this Friday, and Travis Scott, Gucci Mane, and Ty Dolla $ign, among others, will appear.
Source: New Branches
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