Wiz Khalifa – Hard Knock TV Interview [Parts 1 & 2][Updated]

To start off the interview Wiz Khalifa tells Nick Huff Barili the multiple meanings of naming his new album Rolling Papers (including that he doesn’t write his rhymes any more) and why there are only 3 features on the album ( not Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross or anyone else). Wiz continues by saying that he is doing a whole album with Snoop for the High School movie soundtrack and that he is going to work with Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka when he rolls through Atlanta. Wiz says if he had to pick a favorite track on his new album it would be The Race because it is a good representation of who he is as an artists right now. Part one of this interview ends with Wiz telling us the best Taylor Gang or comment he has ever heard or at least recently. This Hard Knock TV feature also contains SXSW Fader Fort footage of Wiz performing The Thrill, Roll Up, The Race and more. Also includes a couple cameos from Wiz’s girlfriend Amber Rose.

In part 2 of Hard Knock Tv’s conversation with Wiz Khalifa, Wiz talks to Nick Huff Barili about collaborating with Currensy on the track Rooftops which in on Wiz’s album Rolling Papers. Wiz elaborates that his radio promo run has been so exhausting that when he has any down time he tries to get some sleep in which is why he hasn’t had much time to hang out. Wiz explains why he doesn’t perform Say Yeah any more even though he still has love for that song. Wiz also address the situation with Odd Future and how he met them and squashed the issue of both parties using “Rolling Papers” for titles of albums. Lastly Wiz talks about what it was like to hear Black and Yellow during the NFL playoffs and how people from other regions were repping Pittsburgh. This interview also contains live performances for On My Level, Rooftops, Ink My Body Up and Black and Yellow.