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Wiz Khalifa Bio

Rap star Wiz Khalifa didn’t come out of a thriving hip-hop scene: he created one. Khalifa’s rise to rap superstardom put his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on the musical map. Khalifa’s instantly recognizable brand of hip-hop blends catchy beats and refrains with flowy raps to create club anthems and stoner-rap classics alike.

Wiz Khalifa is a fixture in the rap community today, but his rise to the top wasn’t easy. Khalifa helped build a hip-hop community in Pittsburgh and rose to the top of the rap world by working constantly to put out new mixtapes and albums – once even leaving a record company when they couldn’t release his work fast enough. Khalifa has worked tirelessly to create his music and build his brand, and he was rewarded with a dizzying rise to fame and an army of dedicated fans.

Wiz Khalifa wasn’t born in Pittsburgh – instead, he was born in Minot, North Dakota. It was a unique place for a rapper to be born, to say the least, but Khalifa would live in more than a few unlikely places before finding a permanent home in Pittsburgh. That’s because Khalifa – who was born Cameron Jibril Thomaz – was born to a mother and father who both served in the armed forced. Khalifa’s parents stationed in Minot when their son was born, and the family was destined to move several more times – Khalifa’s parents’ military service brought the family to Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom before Khalifa ended up in Pittsburgh for good.

When Wiz Khalifa was just three years old, his parents split up. He and his mother settled in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where Khalifa would spend the bulk of his childhood. He grew up in Pittsburgh and attended Taylor Allderdice High School in Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh. Squirrel Hill was predominantly white – not a likely scene for a future hip-hop star. But in the halls of the local high school, a star was being born.

When he was still young, Wiz Khalifa fell in love with hip-hop music. Pittsburgh, like Squirrel Hill, isn’t an area that’s well known for its hip-hop legacy. But despite the unlikely location, Wiz Khalifa was determined to try to make it as a hip-hop artist. By the time he was a teenager, Khalifa was already making music constantly. Early on in his career, the kid born Cameron Jibril Thomaz began to go by a new stage name: Wiz Khalifa. The “Wiz” part of the name is varyingly reported as coming from an abbreviation of “wisdom” or from the fact that Khalifa was a “wiz’ because he was so good at rapping. “Khalifa” is an Arabic word that means “successor,” and was first applied to Wiz by his grandfather, a Muslim.

The first people to buy Wiz Khalifa tickets were Wiz’s fellow Pittsburghers. Wiz recorded and performer around his hometown, and as a teenager he contributed to a mixtape of tracks from up-and-coming Pittsburgh artists. This mixtape helped Wiz Khalifa get his first big break as a rapper. Benjy Grinberg, the president of Pittsburgh-based Rostrum Records, got his hands on the mixtape and was impressed by Wiz Khalifa’s track. Though Wiz was not yet fully developed as a rapper, he showed undeniable promise, and Grinberg wanted to work with him.

Wiz was just 16 years old when he began working with Rostrum Records. By the following year, he had developed as a rapper and dropped his first mixtape, Prince of the City: Welcome to Pistolvania (2005).

Wiz Khalifa released his first full-length studio album in 2006. Show and Prove was a critical hit and a modest commercial success. Khalifa, who was still a teenager, had made his first appearance on the national rap stage, and critics took notice. Rolling Stone magazine named him an “artist to watch.” He would soon prove them right.

Khalifa signed a deal with Warner Bros. in 2007 and released two new mixtapes: Grow Season and Prince of the City 2. In 2008, Wiz released another mixtape called Star Power; he followed that with Flight School in 2009. Over these years, Wiz Khalifa collaborated with and opened for more established rap acts, giving new fans the chance to buy Wiz Khalifa tickets and hear his music for the first time. But Khalifa’s own output was being limited by his record company: Khalifa’s next album was delayed several times, and in 2009 he announced that he’d be leaving the label.

Khalifa released his second album, Deal or No Deal (2009), through Rostrum Records and distributed it through Atlantic instead of through Warner Bros. The album was a critical and commercial success and continued Khalifa’s rise in the hip-hop world.

That rise was about to start going a lot faster. In 2010, Khalifa released the single “Black and Yellow.” It was his first single release on Atlantic Records, and it was destined to be his breakout track. The single was a monster hit and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100. It helped Wiz Khalifa’s 2011 record, Rolling Papers, go gold.

Suddenly, Wiz Khalifa was a superstar. Though he’d already become a respected member of the hip-hop community, “Black and Yellow” turned Khalifa into a huge star, and fans around the country were soon lining up to get their hands on Wiz Khalifa tickets and Wiz Khalifa albums.

That put the pressure on Wiz Khalifa to come up with a strong follow-up to Rolling Papers. Khalifa responded with O.N.I.F.C., a commercial success that debuted in the number two spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Blacc Hollywood (2014) continued his run of success and was certified gold. Wiz Khalifa’s latest album, Khalifa, came out in early 2016.

Today, Wiz Khalifa is one of the rap world’s best-loved stars. Despite his so-called stoner-rap style, Wiz Khalifa is remarkably productive, churning out mixtapes, EPs, collaborations, and albums at an incredible rate. The consistent quality of these releases and the atmosphere at Wiz Khalifa’s live shows have won the rapper an army of fans in his native Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and all across the world.

Top 3 Wiz Khalifa Tracks:

Black and Yellow
Roll Up

Wiz Khalifa Albums

Show and Prove
  • Intro
  • Pittsburgh Sound
  • Bout Mine
  • I Choose You
  • Damn Thing
  • Keep the Conversation (featuring Boaz)
  • Stay In Your Lane
  • Stand Up (featuring Kev Da Hustler)
  • Too Late
  • I'm Gonna Ride
  • Gotta Be a Star (Remix) (featuring Johnny Juliano & S. Money)
  • Let 'Em Know
  • Sometimes (featuring Vali Porter)
  • Locked & Loaded (featuring Kev Da Hustler)
  • Burn Somethin'
  • Crazy Since the 80's
  • History in the Making/Never Too Late
Deal or No Deal
  • Bout Y'all (featuring Josh Everette)
  • Chewy
  • Friendly (featuring Curren$y)
  • Goodbye (featuring Johnny Juliano)
  • Hit tha Flo
  • Lose Control
  • Moola & the Guap (featuring Lavish & L.C.)
  • Studio Lovin'
  • Right Here (featuring Josh Everette)
  • Red Carpet (Like a Movie) (featuring Chevy Woods)
  • Superstar
  • Take Away
  • This Plane
  • Who I Am
  • Young Boy Talk
Rolling Papers
  • When I'm Gone
  • On My Level (featuring Too $hort)
  • Black and Yellow
  • Roll Up
  • Hopes and Dreams
  • Wake Up
  • The Race
  • Star of the Show (featuring Chevy Woods)
  • No Sleep
  • Get Your Shit
  • Top Floor
  • Fly Solo
  • Rooftops (featuring Curren$y)
  • Cameras
  • Intro
  • Paperbond
  • Bluffin' (featuring Berner)
  • Let It Go (featuring Akon)
  • The Bluff (featuring Cam'ron)
  • Work Hard, Play Hard
  • Got Everything (featuring Courtney Noelle)
  • Fall Asleep
  • Time
  • It's Nothin (featuring 2 Chainz)
  • Rise Above (featuring Pharrell, Tuki Carter & Amber Rose)
  • Initiation (featuring LoLa Monroe)
  • Up in It
  • No Limit
  • The Plan (featuring Juicy J)
  • Remember You (featuring The Weeknd)
  • Medicated (featuring Chevy Woods & Juicy J)
  • 73:37
Blacc Hollywood
  • Hope (featuring Ty Dolla Sign)
  • We Dem Boyz
  • Promises
  • KK (featuring Project Pat and Juicy J)
  • House In The Hills (featuring Curren$y)
  • Ass Drop
  • Raw
  • Stayin Out All Night
  • The Sleaze
  • So High (featuring Ghost Loft)
  • Still Down (featuring Chevy Woods and Ty Dolla Sign)
  • No Gain
  • True Colors (featuring Nicki Minaj)

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$9.00 Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa — 08/25/2016
Irvine Meadows; Irvine, CA
$18.00 Wiz Khalifa — 02/11/2016
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$21.00 Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa — 08/19/2016
Gexa Energy Pavilion; Dallas, TX
$23.00 Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa — 08/05/2015
Sleep Train Amphitheatre; Wheatland, CA
$25.00 Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa — 06/14/2015
Xfinity Center; Mansfield, MA
$25.00 Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa — 08/02/2015
White River Amphitheatre; Auburn, WA
$26.00 Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa — 06/17/2015
Molson Amphitheatre; Toronto, ON
$26.00 Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa — 08/16/2016
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre - Chicago; Tinley Park, IL
$26.00 BET Experience: Kid Cudi with Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa — 06/22/2017
STAPLES Center; Los Angeles, CA
$27.00 Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa — 07/28/2015
Isleta Amphitheater; Albuquerque, NM

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$5,349.00Wiz Khalifa — 11/01/2014
USF Sun Dome; Tampa, FL
$843.00Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa — 08/20/2016
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion; The Woodlands, TX
$134.00Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa — 08/11/2016
Klipsch Music Center; Noblesville, IN
$103.00Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa — 07/14/2015
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre; Maryland Heights, MO
$102.00Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa — 06/13/2015
PNC Bank Arts Center; Holmdel, NJ
$102.00Wiz Khalifa — 10/17/2014
Veterans Memorial Coliseum; Phoenix, AZ
$100.00Wiz Khalifa — 11/13/2014
Warehouse Live; Houston, TX
$94.00Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa — 07/10/2015
DTE Energy Music Theatre; Clarkston, MI
$93.00Wiz Khalifa — 07/16/2015
Charlottesville Pavilion; Charlottesville, VA
$90.00Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa — 06/24/2015
Nikon at Jones Beach Theater; Wantagh, NY