Following Furious 7’s massive debut of $392.2 million (approximately 1.5 billion dirhams) worldwide, Wiz Khalifa has given us the visual treatment for the movie’s official soundtrack “See You Again” featuring Charlie Puth. The emotional song and video is a tribute to Paul Walker, and it includes some scenes and collage of the late actor and his cast-mates. Keep Resting In Peace Paul Walker.
Wiz Khalifa has released the visual to his hypnotizing single “The Sleaze,” off his Grammy-nominated 2014 album Blacc Hollywood. The David Camarena-directed video is a highly energetic clip which features unorthodox lighting, car trashing and strong graphical treatments. You can purchase Blacc Hollywood directly from iTunes.
NB: This video may not be suitable for epileptic people.
Wiz Khalifa unveils the visuals for the track “Elevated”, off his recent album Khalifa. The David Camarena-directed video features a more contemplative Wiz, reminiscing about his rise to fame, while doing what he does best – smoking weed – alongside a lingerie-clad woman in a hotel room, and toasting with friends over a banquet of pasta and lobster. Khalifa also includes some footage of his beginnings as a rapper at the tail-end of the video. Hit the play button above to watch the video for “Elevated”.
Multi-platinum selling rapper Wiz Khalifa will be heading for Dubai for the second time, after four years. Wiz will be headlining Transcendence’s first major music concert in Dubai. The event will take place on the 31st of March 2016, at the Dubai International Stadium in Dubai Sports City, with special performances by Dubai’s finest acts … Read more
Wiz Khalifa made headlines last week when he and Kanye West had a go at each other via twitter, coincidentally few days before the release of his sixth studio album titled Khalifa. Consisting of 13 tracks, the new offering features guest appearances from Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign, Rico Love, Juicy J, Chevy Woods, and more. Stream the album in its entirety for free below – courtesy of Spotify, and head over to iTunes for download.