Everything About Wiz Khalifa
American rapper and singer-songwriter Cameron Jibril Thomaz is best known as Wiz Khalifa. He was born September 8th, 1972 and he had his debuted while launching the Show and Prove album back in 2006.
Early Wiz Kalifa Career
He signed to Warner Bros. Records a year later and his “Say Yeah” single encompasses a great deal of eurodance influences. He was entitled to important urban airplay on the radios and he hit the Hot Rap Tracks chart and the Rhythmic Top 40 charts in 2008. He released his second album called “Deal or No Deal” one year later and in 2010 he created the “Kush and Orange Juice” mixtape which he enabled for free downloads. Atlantic Records became his second label and the “Black and Yellow” hit soon followed, entering the Billboard Hot 100. He released the Rolling Papers album as his first album under the Tlantic Records label in 2011, which was followed by O.N.I.F.C and the “Remember You” and the “Work Hard, Play Hard” singles.
In April 2013, Khalfa announced he had a son and he also presented his intention of working on an additional album that was going to be released in 2013. Together with and Curren$y, the rapper announced they will collaborate for the EP Live in Concert. A fifth studio album followed – called Blacc Hollywood and it has some great tunes that can be enjoyed while checking out the www.ladbrokespartners.com affiliate programs. Songs recorded in collaboration with Miley Cyrus or Juicy J were also included on the new album. At the beginning of 2014 he released the “We Dem Boyz” single form his most recent album. The artist was sent to jail for marijuana possession the day before he released his new mixtape, but he posted a jail selfie and he hashtagged "FreeTrapWiz" on Twitter. The mixtape was soon released a few hours later, respecting its original release date.