Rapper Wiz Khalifa is best known for songs like “Say Yeah,” a song called “Black and Yellow,” and a song called “See You Again”.
Cameron’s successor Jibril Tomaz was born on September 8, 1987, in Minot, North Dakota. Singer Wiz Khalifa was just a kid when he started writing and recording songs. In 2011, he had his first big hit with a song called “Black and Yellow”.
Khalifa also co-starred with Snoop Dogg in the comedy film “Mac, Devin Go to High School” around this time. He went on to make famous rap albums such as “ONIFC” and “Blacc Hollywood”. In 2015, Khalifa achieved huge success with a song called “See You Again” which he performed with Charlie Puth.
Wiz Khalifa’s achievements
Khalifa’s career reached new heights with his story he presented to the Pittsburgh Steelers, his hometown, with his 2010 song “Black and Yellow”.
Khalifa reached the top of the charts with the song in 2011. A song called “Black and Yellow” appeared on an album called “Rolling Papers”, which climbed to second place on the album charts. The album also included a bonus song, “Taylor Gang”, which is a nickname for his fans. The name is said to come from the Chuck Taylor Converse sneakers that Khalifa was famously wearing.
In 2012, Wiz Khalifa collaborated with Snoop Dogg on the comedy film “Mac and Devin Go to High School”. His next album, “ONIFC”, included singles such as “Word Hard Play Hard” and “Remember You”. Khalifa has worked with a number of other registered rappers, including Josie J and Pharrell Williams. He has also launched his own concert series called “The Music Tour”. As a guest artist, Khalifa had another hit with singer Maroon 5 on their song “Payphone”.
In 2014, he released an album called “Blacc Hollywood”. The album included tracks like the song called “We Dem Boyz”. The guest artists in this song included Rick Ross and Nas. He also collaborated with “Raw Rolling Papers” on a line of smoking-related products. Khalifa reached the top of the charts again in 2015 by collaborating with Charlie Puth on his poem “See You Again”. The poem, in honor of the late actor Paul Walker, appeared on the soundtrack to the movie “Furious 7” and was nominated for several Grammy Awards.
Wiz Khalifa Personal Life
Khalifa was married to model Amber Rose. They had one child together, son Sebastian, before their divorce in 2014.