Wiz Khalifa at Mesa Amphitheatre

Wiz Khalifa at Mesa Amphitheatre

The cloud of smoke that lingered over the crowd at last night's sold-out Wiz Khalifa show was proof positive that the Pittsburgh rapper's Rolling Papers tour had lived up to its name. Rail thin and covered in more ink than a newspaper, Khalifa kept the crowd going crazy with marijuana-themed mixtape classics, as well as more recent hits like "Roll Up" and "Black and Yellow" from his major-label debut, Rolling Papers. The audience -- a fresh-faced horde of innocent-looking, primarily white teenagers -- rapped along to many of Khalifa's rhymes, an impressive feat since much of his set list was taken from independently released albums that have never been available through traditional retailers...full story
PHOTOS BY SHAWN ANDERSON


The cloud of smoke that lingered over the crowd at last night's sold-out Wiz Khalifa show was proof positive that the Pittsburgh rapper's Rolling Papers tour had lived up to its name. Rail thin and covered in more ink than a newspaper, Khalifa kept the crowd going crazy with marijuana-themed mixtape classics, as well as more recent hits like "Roll Up" and "Black and Yellow" from his major-label debut, Rolling Papers. The audience -- a fresh-faced horde of innocent-looking, primarily white teenagers -- rapped along to many of Khalifa's rhymes, an impressive feat since much of his set list was taken from independently released albums that have never been available through traditional retailers...full story
PHOTOS BY SHAWN ANDERSON
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