Although Pittsburgh is considered one of America’s major-league cities, for some reason it has not had major representation on the hip-hop map (sit down, Pittsburgh Slim). Out to change that is Steel City representative Wiz Khalifa, who brings out a club banger that will make the crowd Say Yeah. Although each line Wiz spits has been heard before, production work from the likes of Johnny Juliano (who sampled Alice Deejay‘s ‘99 trance hit, Better Off Alone) adds style points that puts Khalifa is a league of his own. As danceable music (The Way I Are, Flashing Lights) continues to be trendy in hip-hop being, and the BPM counter stays elevated above 100, keep an eye out for Wiz to start a potential ‘412’ invasion.
Written by Burmy on 01/15/08
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Say Yeah (Remix) ft. Bishop Lamont & Glasses Malone" (2008)
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