Wiz Khalifa gets fans fired up for new album in First Niagara show
Wiz Khalifa opened his set with 'Work Hard, Play Hard' and 'Roll Up' during the Pittsburgh stop of the 'Under the Influence of Music Tour' on Friday, Aug. 1, 2014, at First Niagara Pavilion.
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Pittsburgh's hometown rapper Wiz Khalifa brought the “Under the Influence of Music Tour” back to the First Niagara Pavillion Friday night to hype the release of his upcoming record, “Blaac Hollywood.”
His set began under a purple haze from the spotlights as he opened with two singles “Work Hard, Play Hard,” and “Roll Up” from his major label debut album, “Rolling Papers.” For the third year, Wiz will be headlining the “Under the Influence of Music Tour on the road along with Young Jeezy, Tyga, Ty Dolla $ign, Mack Wilds, Iamsu! Sage The Gemini, DJ Drama and Rich Homie Quean. His newst album, “Blaac Hollywood.” will be released August 19
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