Wiz Khalifa Sales and Income

The illuminati symbol has been commonly found in movies and music especially in Hip Hop, rock and metal. These singers embody the Illuminati symbol as seen in their album covers, outfits, music videos and lyrics.

Wiz Khalifa is known as an American rapper and entrepreneur who has been linked to those musicians who practice Illuminati.

Khalifa is popular for his mixtape. In 2004, he released his first mixtape Prince of the City: Welcome to Pistolvania in 2005. Khalifa released his debut album Show and Prove in 2006. It was then followed by his second album Say Yeah in 2009. Khalifa rose to fame with his Black and Yellow single which reached no.1 at the Billboard Hot 100.

In 2007, he made a level up in his career by signing with Warner Bros. But after numerous delays of his album, he parted ways with the company and inked a deal with Atlantic Records in 2010. He was named MTV’s Hottest Breakthrough MC of 2010, beating Nicki Minaj, Travis Porter, J. Col and Diggy Simmons.

The $11 million worth rapper launched his own tour “Waken Baken,” a -50-city national tour with fellow rapper Yelawolf and DJ Bonics as his official tour DJ. But during his tour on November 2010, Wiz was arrested for possession and trafficking of marijuana. He posted a bail of $300, 000 and was then released the next morning.

Khalifa delved into the mainstream by releasing his first studio album Rolling Papers. It debuted second on the US Billboard 200 chart and sold 197, 000 on the first week.

His second studio album Only Nigga in First Class followed in 2011. Abbreviated as O.N.I.F.C., it debuted 2nd and sold up to 131, 000 copies on its first week.

Last month, Khalifa drops his third album Blacc Hollywood. This was preceded by his new single Old Chanel which is the title track of the album. Wiz describes the singles as, “It just represents the lifestyle. Not really like Black people in Hollywood, but just like Black attitude. Not giving a ‘F’ about anything. It’s like just blacking out on the world. We’re bringing that to Hollywood.”

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