Wiz Khalifa is ten years into the game and he is showing no signs of slowing down. This year, he’s remained active by hopping on mixtapes like 3 Doobies, Big Pimpin’ and It’s Only Weed Bro. He’s capped off his run with a new EP called The Saga of Wiz Khalifa. Now, he’s taking the stage at one of the year’s biggest sporting events of the year.
Wiz Khalifa kicked off tonight’s Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. pay-per-view event with a medley of some of his biggest records. He kicked off his performance with “I’m Still Wiz” produced by Hitmaka.
“I’m still Wiz/N*ggas got me in that mood/How they hatin’ when they know that I’m that dude/I hear they hatin’ ’cause they know I got the juice,” he rapped.
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From there, the Pittsburgh native took it back to where it all started. He performed “Black & Yellow” with the help of DJ Bonics.
“Yeah, uh huh, you know what it is/Everything I do, I do it big/Yeah, uh huh, screamin’ that’s nothin’/What I pulled off the lot, that’s stuntin’/Reppin’ my town when you see me you know everything/Black and yellow,” he rapped.
After taking us to Pittsburgh, Wiz Khalifa took his fans to 2011’s Mac & Devin Go To High School. The Grammy winner performed his verse from “Young, Wild & Free” with Snoop Dogg and Bruno Mars. The trio eventually earned a Grammy nod for their work from the movie’s soundtrack.
Closing out the performance, Wiz Khalifa got the crowd hyped up with “We Dem Boyz” from his 2014 album, Blacc Hollywood. The Pittsburgh native will soon be followed by performances from YG, Ne-Yo, Saint Jhn, French Montana and Snoop Dogg.