Wiz Khalifa is a versatile American artist who excels as a rapper, singer, songwriter and actor.
His career took off with the release of his debut album, ‘Show and Prove’, in 2006, which eventually led to his signing with Warner Bros. Records in 2007. In November 2009, he released his second album, ‘Deal or No Deal’. Then, in 2011, he gave us his third album, ‘Rolling Papers’, which includes hits such as “Black and Yellow”, “Roll Up”, “On My Level” and “No Sleep”. The fourth album, ‘O.N.I.F.C.’, saw the light of day on October 4, 2012, followed by their most recent album, ‘Blacc Hollywood’, on August 18, 2014, which contains popular songs such as “We Dem Boyz”, “Promises” and “So High”.
In addition to his musical success, Wiz Khalifa is known for writing, producing and performing “See You Again” alongside Charlie Puth. This song achieved great success, becoming the most viewed song on YouTube in 2017, with more than 5,000 million views on the platform.
His stage name, Wiz Khalifa, has a special meaning. “Khalifa” comes from the word meaning “successor,” while “Wiz” comes from his childhood nickname, “Young Wiz,” given by his grandmother because of his mental acuity and wisdom.
In short, Wiz Khalifa is a prominent American artist who has left an indelible mark on music and popular culture.
September 8, 1987
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