Wiz Khalifa Black and Yellow Video was shot in his hometown Pittsburgh, PA this week. The new single which celebrates the Steeler’s colors the city is so well known for, has become an instant hit amongst fans. Moving into the Top 15 on iTunes best selling Hip Hop songs, it’s expected to chart top 10 once the music video releases.
“Cops aint fuck wit us and people who weren’t from tha hood were welcomed with open arms…good times,” tweeted Wiz Khalifa on twitter about the Black and Yellow video shoot. “Thank everyone who came out n made tha #blackandyellow video a success. we cooked, drank, smoked, and waved terrible towels in taylor fashion,” he continued.
Wiz Khalifa Black and Yellow video was directed by his usual video director, Bill Paladino. Shooting at various locations around his way, from pictures it looks to be the Hip Hop video was shot at a local playground and in neighborhoods from which Wiz and the Taylor Gang entertainment crew are probably familiar.
The Black and Yellow Wiz Khalifa video will probably release within coming weeks. His lead single under Atlantic records, it will be the first single from his a rumored end of 2010 rap album.
Giving fans visuals regularly via his official TaylorGangEnt youtube channel, other new Wiz Khalifa videos include “Damn It Feels Good To Be a Taylor” and “In the Cut.” Fans of Wiz Khalifa can keep up with him via his official website TaylorGang.net.
Black and Yellow Wiz Khalifa youtube video above. It’s the audio of the song, uploaded by Atlantic Records.!
Wiz chiefs live on the site. It’s obvious the Black and Yellow Wiz Khalifa Video had the Pittsburgh, PA star feeling good back at home.
A group shot on the Black and Yellow Wiz Khalifa Video. You can see a large, diverse crowd showed at the playground to show support.
The took the Black and Yellow Wiz Khalifa Video home it looks like. Only assuming, this house must have some significance to Wiz and the Taylor Gang crew.
Throwing their hands up, fans are hyped at the Black and Yellow Wiz Khalifa Video shoot. Kids and Young Adults of all ages were present to show love and support for the young Wiz.