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On Tour With Wiz Khalifa

On Tour With Wiz Khalifa

On Tour With Wiz Khalifa. This presentation will take you on tour with the greatest singer of all time!. Presented By: Ben Peters Project 13 May 24, 2011 . Presented By: Ben Peters Project Number 13 May 31, 2011. Come backstage for a brief history of how it all began for Wiz Khalifa.

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MAC

MAC

MAC. I. L. L. E. R. MAC MILLER. real name is Malcolm McCormick taught himself to play piano, guitar, bass and drums by the age of 6 is only 19! member of Wiz Khalifa’s “Taylor Gang” wants every day to be the best day ever signed with independent label Rostrum Records. K.I.D.S.

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