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Building an impressive cult audience with mixtapes and relentless touring, Wiz Khalifa emerged as one of the most popular rappers of the '10s. A goofy and relatable stoner who could fuse his down-to-earth sound with glitzy pop and EDM productions for huge crossover hits, Wiz got comfortable in rap's upper echelon, frequently touring and recording with his spiritual forebear Snoop Dogg. But he's always kept a foot in rap's regional underground, finding new sounds and rising stars to incorporate into his ever-evolving aesthetic, even as his conversational rap style remained consistent.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Building an impressive cult audience with mixtapes and relentless touring, Wiz Khalifa emerged as one of the most popular rappers of the '10s. A goofy and relatable stoner who could fuse his down-to-earth sound with glitzy pop and EDM productions for huge crossover hits, Wiz got comfortable in rap's upper echelon, frequently touring and recording with his spiritual forebear Snoop Dogg. But he's always kept a foot in rap's regional underground, finding new sounds and rising stars to incorporate into his ever-evolving aesthetic, even as his conversational rap style remained consistent.

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