Premiere: Wiz Khalifa Covers Rhymes & Dimes Magazine [PHOTO]
With the Taylor Gang general in more control of his destiny than ever, Young Khalifa is more focused on his legacy than ever. "I just went everyone to know how much happiness I brought. I sort of like freeing people up. Freeing their minds and letting them be themselves," Wiz tells the magazine.
"I'm never going to stop making music, or doing things to make people happy. I really enjoy my job. I never want to get to a point where i can fall back and do nothing. I always want to be doing something and having my hand in something. Russell Simmons still wakes up everyday and goes to work. He started rap. So s**t, if he hasn't stopped yet that gives me about 40-50 years to figure out what I want to do."
You can read the rest of the cover story in Rhymes & Dimes which will be on newsstands nationwide next week.