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Video: Wiz Khalifa Interview w/ DJBoothTV

New York, N.Y. — In our latest DJBoothTV segment, Jacques Morel chops it up with Pittsburgh emcee Wiz Khalifa following his Deal or No Deal album release party at NYC’s Highline Ballroom. Watch the exclusive video interview to hear the Steel City emcee’s thoughts on his amicable split with Warner Bros., his domination of iTunes’ Hip-Hop Chart, and his numerous forthcoming projects

Previously: Wiz Khalifa – Young Boy Talk
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53 Responses to “Video: Wiz Khalifa Interview w/ DJBoothTV”

  1. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Well so did Ross on DTR but i still wouldn’t call it “hard”…

    *agrees to disagree*

  2. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    I actually just re-bought the LP used

    ^damn, times is hard…niggas can’t afford new albums
    —————-

    the insurance policy on that hearse prolly killin the nigga pockets

    no shots

  3. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    real spit though Styles picked a HORRID beat for his solo song on WATS
    ^
    Felony Niggas? Lol…disagreed.

  4. Kingpoetic Says:

    Yo, can’t really figure this clown out
    where is he from Jamaca, Queens, Cali or down south?
    and I could let an LA gun hit ’em
    but Grape Street already told me you pay ’em to run wit’ ’em
    I could let a New York knife poke ’em
    with 1 of my throw aways but i don’t wanna see no cops smoke ’em
    uh somebody tell Pa we ridin’
    and get read to auction of the car he die in
    whenever we bump heads, since you like havin’ people witchu
    get you a hospital with bunk beds
    without Dr.Dre you would just make slow jams
    come up outta that witness protection program
    Hov don’t really respect you, get in ya place
    if Big was alive he’d a probably spit in ya face
    Nas been doin’ just fine without you
    and pac probably woulda made an album about you
    so i guess that just leaves me here to get rid of you
    and Rakim an ’em they don’t even consider you
    Em know you aint got nothin’ for jada
    and i know he appreciates all the money you made ’em
    it’s two thousand and 5 nobody fights fair
    i just know an instrumentals ya worse nightmare
    but you tough and you bad too bad you mad
    probably been in ya own hood more than you have
    yea you sold more records than me
    but in the streets you gon’ always be second to me
    we was damn near feelin’ you
    even though ya careers is based on somebody damn near killin’ you
    shit you be doin’ aint even considered rappin’ to us
    this is probably the best thing to happen to us
    the best wanksta, internet gangsta, magazine mobster
    shit on ya whole roster
    get ready to say hail mary’s and our fathers
    get out ya black suits and hard bottoms
    haha and don’t worry i got ’em
    he aint a problem child just a child with a problem

  5. b-ease Says:

    ^damn, times is hard…niggas can’t afford new albums

    ^^
    lol, I mean times is def hard, but I’ve been copping used LPs at this spot for almost two years now. I got Don Cartagena, Warriorz, and When Diaster Strikes in good condition for $12 bucks on Saturday.

  6. G7 Says:

    b-ease Says:

    December 7th, 2009 at 12:14 pm
    >>WATS is the hardest LP of the decade IMO

    ^M.O.P.- Warriors should be considered

    ^^
    Good one Sev. I actually just re-bought the LP used over the weekend. It is still crack.

    ===
    yeah. that album is still potent.

    *daps*

  7. RIGZ Says:

    you talking about quality or just “hardness” [II]

    Cos if its just hardness [II], Yayo’s 1st LP should be up there. Thats shit was so hardbody it was overkill lol

  8. landlord Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:

    December 7th, 2009 at 12:17 pm
    Killa, Juelz, and Hell Rell killed millions of people and sold copious amounts of cocaine and heroin in the lyrics on that LP …
    ^
    Well so did Ross on DTR but i still wouldn’t call it “hard”…*

    ———-

    but William Roberts is a highly decorated officer of the law and a celebrated law enforcement official, so we know his rhymes are buttery soft … and Warden Ross rhymes over R&B loops while Heatmakerz and Just Blaze was making gritty street anthems like “Dipset Anthem” and “I Really Mean It” …

  9. Jersey*made*me Says:

    the insurance policy on that hearse prolly killin the nigga pockets

    ^^
    This is funny.

  10. b-ease Says:

    Felony Niggas? Lol…disagreed.

    ^^
    Co-disagree. Sheek’s solo was wack as fuck tho (Bring It on). I’ve said it on here a million times, but I’ll reiterate, WOTS shoulve ended after track 13 with the last song (track 18?) being the final cut.

  11. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Yayo’s 1st LP should be up there.
    ^
    Yeah, it can be and TOAPF had ill production.

    PS. Tony, if you’re reading, i still hate you.

  12. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    harvey keitels’ bad lieutenant >>>>>> nick cages’ bad lieu

    the first one gave me nightmares.

  13. Beezy Says:

    b-ease also shops at the grocery store things where you can buy damaged soup cans for a nickel

    and big bags of Herr’s chips that are all smashed up for 25c

  14. cOLD Says:

    @cOLD

    What’s good fam-a-lam?

    ^ aint ish my dude. Everything is good.

  15. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Heatmakerz and Just Blaze was making gritty street anthems like “Dipset Anthem” and “I Really Mean It” …
    ^
    Great anthems? Absolutely. Gritty Anthems? Naw.

  16. b-ease Says:

    b-ease also shops at the grocery store things where you can buy damaged soup cans for a nickel

    and big bags of Herr’s chips that are all smashed up for 25c

    ^^
    And what’s wrong with that?, you ol’ I go grocery shopping on my lunch breaks with my good friend Chad at Whole Foods ass nigga.

  17. Mr p Says:

    I think the blog attention Wiz gets may be a gift and a curse. A gift as in, he gets the exposure needed in the internet world but a curse cuz too much of it may affect record sales. I personally didn’t know Deal or no deal was an Album. I always thought it was another mixtape. When you give away a lot of free music and yopu are always on the internet, fans don’t know the difference. Eveything should be done in moderation.
    He is one of the best if not the best of the new comers this year. Space it out a little ( e.g Kanye west)

  18. cOLD Says:

    Hell Rells album was pretty brolic. There was a gutter consistency throughout.

  19. landlord Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:

    December 7th, 2009 at 12:22 pm
    Heatmakerz and Just Blaze was making gritty street anthems like “Dipset Anthem” and “I Really Mean It” …
    ^
    Great anthems? Absolutely. Gritty Anthems? Naw.

    —————-

    im speaking sonically as much as lyrically… not many beats hits harder than Dipset Anthem

  20. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    b-ease also shops at the grocery store things where you can buy damaged soup cans for a nickel

    ———

    *muerto*

  21. b-ease Says:

    Great anthems? Absolutely. Gritty Anthems? Naw.

    ^^
    I’m inclined to agree.

    So since we’re just talking about “grittiness”, Warriorz wins. That shit had Ante Up and Cold as Ice on it for Christ’s sake.

  22. Beezy Says:

    b-ease baby drinks chinese formula and uses his concert tour shirts for cloth diapers

  23. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Hell Rells album was pretty brolic. There was a gutter consistency throughout.
    ^
    This too.

  24. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    with my good friend Chad

    ^

    lol. niggas is stoopid.

  25. cOLD Says:

    When you give away a lot of free music and yopu are always on the internet, fans don’t know the difference. Eveything should be done in moderation.
    He is one of the best if not the best of the new comers this year. Space it out a little ( e.g Kanye west)

    ^sizzler.

  26. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    Hell Rells album was pretty brolic. There was a gutter consistency throughout.

    ————

    definitely cosign…Rell shit was worth the purchase, but I had a hell of a time finding an actual copy in the Chi

    might amazon.com that bitch

  27. landlord Says:

    “.. I need a couple birds, get a broad, have ’em sent up
    Call my bird, get my broad have her sent up (Please)
    Call my niggaz, call my squad, have ’em sent up (Please)
    I see a town I’m likin’
    See some niggas getting money in a town I like it
    I run up on them with the pound and light it
    Like it’s my block now, all right kid?
    He understood me quite clear
    Then that thing banged out, ranged out the side of his right ear
    And I got back to my business, back to my bitches
    Back to the kitchen, that pyrex vision
    Pot, I let that white stuff sit in
    Get hard, get rock, get to the block and pitchin’
    Yeah I’m sorry but this is how I’m livin
    And this is how I’m getting, fuck how I get it
    AYE!..”

    ————–

    ^hard… no homo

  28. RIGZ Says:

    Dip Immunity was a hard album, but its a colourful bright album at the same time…

  29. Beezy Says:

    You wouldn’t bust your gat wit me
    If you never sat wit me
    Lit up a sack wit me
    Or hustle some crack wit me
    Came through the cipher bow down and spat wit me
    Hopped up the truck and gave niggas daps wit me

    You never laugh wit me
    Never went half wit me
    Never been through the struggle never felt the wrath wit me

    Never slept on the same floor
    or Hit the same whore
    Ran up in the same store
    All with the same four

  30. RIGZ Says:

    Hell Rells album was pretty brolic. There was a gutter consistency throughout.

    ^^

    Dame Grease.

  31. cOLD Says:

    does anyone else find the word ‘fan’ offensive, if you just like someones music… Isnt fan short for fanatic… if any man is fanatic about another dude, he should be bitched slapped and shot in the gut.

  32. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Hell Rells album was pretty brolic. There was a gutter consistency throughout.

    ^^

    I just can’t get past him selling cds for French Montana.That’s pure ether.

  33. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Warriorz wins. That shit had Ante Up and Cold as Ice on it for Christ’s sake.
    ^
    So, so far we have:

    Warriorz
    We Are The Streets
    Get Rich or Die Tryin’
    Diplomatic Immunity 1
    Thoughts of a Predicate Felon
    Hell Rell’s first LP

    It’s a toss btw MOP and LOX IMO….but i’d give the nod to the Lox (II) out of stannery.

  34. Joe 88 Says:

    Does Uncle Murda last mixtape qualify in this “hardest LP” debate?

    Cause that shit was 10x more gutter than WATS, sorry, it just was.

  35. b-ease Says:

    Beezy was mad gassed when the head partner at his firm invited him to Thanksgiving dinner. Little did he know he’d be setting the table and serving green bean caserole.

  36. landlord Says:

    maybe i misunderstand “hard” or “gritty”… is that just where the MC just reals rap mad and loud and raspy and screaming out loud? … i was thinking gritty or hard in terms of the overall feel and sound of the song and music itself, but it seems im wrong here …

  37. Beezy Says:

    My niggas hustle from first to first
    Twelve months of the year
    Gun on your waist
    Blunt in your ear
    Pack in your sock,
    Crate at the top of the block
    With a fiend watchin’ for narcs ’til the shit get dark

  38. Digital Scales Says:

    Nobody write hustle raps like Jeezy…Everything that man say is relevant in the street..

  39. Digital Scales Says:

    I don’t mean the street thats featured and spoken about in rap music

    I’m talking bout the hood hood, not tha rap hood

  40. landlord Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    December 7th, 2009 at 12:29 pm
    Does Uncle Murda last mixtape qualify in this “hardest LP” debate?

    Cause that shit was 10x more gutter than WATS, sorry, it just was

    ———-

    word… how do you define this?

  41. Digital Scales Says:

    Does Uncle Murda last mixtape qualify in this “hardest LP” debate?
    _____

    Uncle Murda > Hell Rell

  42. cOLD Says:

    Nobody write hustle raps like Jeezy…Everything that man say is relevant in the street

    ^ um uh G rap?

  43. Beezy Says:

    I hear niggas say my face is screwed
    But I’ll put six in your stomach nigga
    lace your food

  44. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    Style first album was pretty gutta as well had some emotional gems “My Brother” and “Black Magic”

  45. landlord Says:

    Uncle Murda > Styles

  46. Dewill Says:

    Talk about a business man. Diddy grossed an average of $10,000 of sales per minute on his recent visit to the Home Shopping Network where he sold out of his fragrance collections I Am King and Unforgivable Men and Women in a total of 40 minutes. The sell out was a record for the Home Shopping Network where over 5,600 units were sold at an average price of $68 for a gross of over $400,00o in sales. After this success you can be sure the the Home Shopping Network will be the new go-to spot for celebrities pushing their products. Word on the street is Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine might make an appearance to push their Beats by Dre line including the headphones and the HP Envy.

    This nig is the all time paper gangsta!

  47. TheCo!!inB aka Joe88 I Believed In You Says:

    if you know Kiss, I never been a brotha to front
    I be in LA wearin any colors I want
    ——
    Kiss didn’t even need the other 14 bars after those two.

  48. b-ease Says:

    i was thinking gritty or hard in terms of the overall feel and sound of the song and music itself

    ^^
    But that’s the thing, for the most part, I don’t think Diplomats Vol.1 is gritty from a sonic standpoint. The lyrics are, but the beats are soulful hip-pop, not gutter.

  49. G7 Says:

    >>It’s a toss btw MOP and LOX IMO….but i’d give the nod to the Lox (II) out of stannery.

    ===
    lol @ the reason

  50. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Say what you will,Diddy is a cash cow.Niggas been following Diddy’s blueprint all these years but won’t give him his props,smh.

  51. Joe 88 Says:

    landlord Says:
    December 7th, 2009 at 12:32 pm
    Uncle Murda > Styles

    ^Currently? Co-Sign, I was a huge styles fan, but dude has seen better days as far as his mixtapes go

    Ghost in the shell + Ghost & the machine = Pinnacle of his mixtape career

  52. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Uncle Murda > Styles

    ^^
    niggas play too much.

  53. G7 Says:

    cOLD Says:

    December 7th, 2009 at 12:32 pm
    Nobody write hustle raps like Jeezy…Everything that man say is relevant in the street

    ^ um uh G rap?

    ===
    G Rap receives too little recognition. all-time most underrated no doubt.

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