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WIz Khalifa Leaves Warner Bros.

I’ve heard that this was in the works for a minute, and now it’s official. Good for you brother. No reason to sit around stagnating on a major label roster when you’ve got a genuine buzz going. It’s a straight up travesty that nobody over there could figure out figure what do with this kid in the two years that they had him under contract.

Hit the jump for the full press release.

Wiz Khalifa Leaves Warner Bros.

After numerous delayed release dates for his debut album, Rostrum Records recording artist Wiz Khalifa has left Warner Bros. Records. The 21-year old Pittsburgh MC signed with Warner Bros. in June of 2007, and early the next year had a Billboard Top 25 hit with “Say Yeah.” Prior to signing with Warner Bros., Khalifa and his Rostrum Records team were part of a riveting grassroots movement that caught the attention of Rolling Stone, XXL, MTV, Fuse, and all of the major labels.

Rostrum Records President, Benjy Grinberg, says, “We feel that this ‘divorce’ is the best thing for both parties at this juncture and we appreciate the leniency Warner has shown with our release. We are excited to be independent again.”

The rest of 2009 is set to be a busy one for Wiz. He will immediately be dropping a new single “Teach U To Fly,” a mixtape entitled “How Fly” with New Orleans MC Curren$y, and another solo mixtape to follow up his critically acclaimed “Flight School” for the Fall. Wiz is currently touring the country on his “Orientation Tour” with remaining stops in Alabama, Ohio, Atlanta, Florida, St Louis, and ending July 31st in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. Wiz is also set to headline a cross-country tour in the Fall.

Wiz adds, “I’d like to thank Warner Bros. for understanding our reasons for wanting to leave. I learned a lot during my time there and matured as an artist during the process. I’m happy to be moving on with all of my material and having the chance to be in control of my next moves.”

Happy Independence Day Wiz.


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31 Responses to “WIz Khalifa Leaves Warner Bros.”

  1. rex hussla Says:

    *props to tyga I mean Wiz*

  2. Troyvul Says:

    Tony Stancl…what a gay fucking name first of all….

  3. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    Word.

    I’d rather read the Wu Tang joint though, that 5 percenter shit is dumb interesting.

    ^^^

    smh@ the incorrect spelling of ‘independant’ after yesterday.

    The Wu-Tang Manual was dope though. Really enjoyed it. We REALLY need a Combat Jack book though…

  4. GorillaJoe AKA Chief Ali Says:

    # Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:
    July 16th, 2009 at 6:11 pm

    lol jay-z in no philosopher

    ^^

    I’m sayin though. I’d rather read a Nas book where he breaks down all the shit like the album covers etc….
    ——————————————————————————————

    Word.

    I’d rather read the Wu Tang joint though, that 5 percenter shit is dumb interesting.

  5. Troyvul Says:

    Jets X Taylor Gang

  6. FaMs! Says:

    spotrusherz Says:

    July 16th, 2009 at 6:13 pm
    content.onsmash.com/archives/21507
    __________________

    wassup spotrusherz…if this spot from NT or HT, then you know me

    what’s good? you know newness back up?

    post that link in general over there

  7. A tribe called quest aka No Draws unda Im Big Brotha Thunda Says:

    After numerous delayed release dates for his debut album, Rostrum Records recording artist Wiz Khalifa has left Warner Bros. Records. The 21-year old Pittsburgh MC signed with Warner Bros. in June of 2007, and early the next year had a Billboard Top 25 hit with “Say Yeah.” Prior to signing with Warner Bros., Khalifa and his Rostrum Records team were part of a riveting grassroots movement that caught the attention of Rolling Stone, XXL, MTV, Fuse, and all of the major labels.

    –Are you fucking kidding me… signing to a Major is the new shooting yourself in the leg. How do you not know how to market someone with a top 25 song.

  8. GorillaJoe AKA Chief Ali Says:

    We REALLY need a Combat Jack book though…
    ——————————————————-

    Yeah dude needs to drop that ASAP [ll]

  9. GorillaJoe AKA Chief Ali Says:

    The trends are changing too fast for the TIs to dominate the wave like they were able to in the 90s

    Word to radio stations getting paid bajillions while nobody listens to the fucking radio anymore

    TI now=Tall Idiot

  10. Suaveebolaayatollahsaudiarabiacocacola Says:

    –Are you fucking kidding me… signing to a Major is the new shooting yourself in the leg. How do you not know how to market someone with a top 25 song.

    ^^

    The game is fucked up. Time was a rapper could beat the shit out of a record company employee who fucked with them and it was all good. I miss the 90’s…

  11. k1ng Says:

    I don’t think majors give a flyin fuk about any artists anymore, they jus want a whole buncha drakes, kanyes. It’s really sad to see sum of the talented artist not gettin the shine they deserve. oh well bak to syppin on my goose.

  12. rex hussla Says:

    Of the money he’s giving Nichols, Richard Jefferson said, “I’m not trying to buy her off. She has a lump sum to help her move on.”

    He added, “I’ve made my mistakes in this relationship, 100 percent. But at the end of the day, there were some people who were responsible for the demise of it.”

    He insisted a rumor he’s gay had nothing to do with the breakup.

    “I’m not gay,” Jefferson said. “That couldn’t be any further from the truth. I have nothing to hide.”

    LMAOOOOOOOOO

  13. FaMs! Says:

    underground hip hop > nah right

  14. Matt Says:

    WHO THE FUCK?????

  15. CHILE ! Says:

    SMH @ dudes hatin on j cole and shit, when he bodied his last mixtape and that song wit wale and curren$y , which i think both artist are pretty dope specially spitta

  16. Mr.Londoner Says:

    who?

  17. djgwk Says:

    Not sure how you think radio’s getting paid…pretty obvious that all the radio companies are losing money even down to the mom-n-pops

  18. FRANCOIS Says:

    hip-hop full of “masons”. whats does that actually mean?

  19. Beave Says:

    “masons” as in FREEMASONS?

  20. JAKKO DA WAKKOFF Says:

    Wale and curren$y are not dope. wiz ehhh

  21. nostradamus Says:

    You didn’t have to be Nostradamus to see this one coming! Leaving dropped? What is the difference? You can’t fire me! I quit!

  22. HombreNegro Says:

    I appreciate Wiz Khalifa…

    *Looks for facebook likes this thumb*

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    someone should have warned a brother

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    i feel like any rapper signed directly to warner bros is destined to flop….theyre better off going to asylum or atlantic where they have the chance of sellin more than 60,000 copies…

  29. tMore34 Says:

    personally i’m glad wiz left warner’s…dream scenario: he signs with amalgam digital and joins forces with his boy curren$y. seems like that’s the only way he’ll get some good, original music released

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