On Monday & Tuesday, Wiz Khalifa made the Toronto stop of his Rolling Papers tour. With two sold out shows Back to Back, Wiz left his fans screaming louder with each song. Though Big Sean wasn’t a part of these for Rolling Papers, attending Taylors were more than satisfied with Wiz’s 1 hour set. Khalifa’s performance didn’t lack energy, nor diversity. He performed songs like ”In The Cut” from Kush and OJ Mixtape as well as “Cabin Fever”, “Gang Bang” and “Taylor Gang” from the Cabin Fever Mixtape alongside records like ”Roll Up”, “When I’m Gone” and the infamous “Black and Yellow” among others from his album ROLLING PAPERS which hit stores March 29th, 2011 (You can get it here). Friend and fellow artist Chevy Woods also performed an opening set with songs like “Cookout” and “Down” from his recent mixtape The Cookout which you can get here. Chevy was super dope and also rocked an iLuvLola #BackTheFuckUp red crewneck during his set! Video from the show will be available very soon. Check out some more photos from the show and backstage below.
During his stay in Toronto, Wiz also did a quick Q&A with Now Magazine and here are some things he had to say:
With two Toronto shows lined up, obviously you’ve got a strong fanbase here. What do you love about this city?
I just like how involved they are out there. A lot of these people been supporting me since the beginning of my career and I did a lot of early shows around the area, so…
Your debut, Rolling Papers, was a big hit for you. Have you started thinking about a follow-up?
Yeah I’ve started thinking about it. But we’re still working this album. Rolling Papers is still fucking peoples’ heads up.
Tell me about working with Big Sean on your next mixtape.
That was just some fun we had during the summer. Me and Curren$y had released a mixtape called How Fly. So it was coming up on the one year anniversary, and we wanted to do something special, do something cool for the fans and everybody who supported. So we were making songs every day of the business week, and added Big Sean to it just make it really proper.
Read the rest of the interview here.