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Wiz Khalifa’s new ‘Multiverse album shows the rapper’s journey stepping into a more transparent and reflective being within his music.
The Pittsburg-repped artist pulled up to Power 106 to speak with Morning Show host Letty about his new project and how he’s shaping his life’s legacy in everything he does. From being inspired by his aficionado with low riders to navigating parenthood, Wiz shares that he wanted to speak on things in his music that are not only real to him but his fans as well.
Speaking on the 10th anniversary of his third studio album, ‘Rolling Papers,’ the Taylor Gang frontman explains how he came to deliver an unreleased verse from the late Nipsey Hussle, which was something that was supposed to appear on Wiz’s debut album.
Wiz goes on to speak about Snoop Dogg paving the way for him to make Chuck Taylors popular, how he’s navigating parenting, and much more.