WIZ KHALIFA MUSIC CONCERT REVIEW

WIZ KHALIFA MUSIC CONCERT REVIEW

This is a review of the music concert recently held by Wiz Khalifa. I have not heard the album version of Rolling Papers just yet, but if it sounds anything close to the concert, no one will be let down.

Is it really all about who you know in Hollywood? Wiz might say so. He’s made connections with Snoop Dogg, Juicy J of Three Six Mafia, and Too Short through music sharing and singles. He proved Tuesday night that he is no stranger to hip-hop.

This past Super Bowl was a big break for Wiz. His No. 1 hit "Black and Yellow" was sticking with fans, even when Packers fans decided to create their own version. Not many people know the star has been around since 2006. He recorded his first of two independent albums, and shortly after was named Rolling Stone’s “Artist to Watch.”

It was obvious Khalifa knew what he was doing, or at least played the dream on repeat in his head. I honestly think he nailed the performance, my friends and I still can’t stop raving. He connected with the audience on a realistic, mutual level, never acting like he’s better. I swear he was fighting back tears when he shared his story and appreciation for his fans and supporters. You could hear in his voice he was getting choked up and pausing.