LIVE: Wiz Khalifa

Sleep Train Amphitheatre got painted "Black and Yellow" when Wiz Khalifa dropped in for a blistering show on August 8.

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Wiz Khalifa painted the town black and yellow on August 8, when he played Sleep Train Amphitheatre with Fall Out Boy.
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Khalifa -- who was born Cameron Thomaz -- has been a signed hip-hop artist and musician for nearly 10 years.
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Born into a military family, Khalifa grew up all over, spending time in the States, Japan, Germany and the U.K.
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Khalifa takes his stage name from the word "wisdom" and the Arabic word for "successor."
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The rapper's breakout single, "Black and Yellow," was released in 2010.
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It peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
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Long before that, however, in 2006 Khalifa released his debut album, "Show and Prove."
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The effort earned the young artist recognition from "Rolling Stone" as one the artists to watch that year.
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In 2011, Khalifa's third studio album, "Rolling Papers," debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.
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"Blacc Hollywood," his fifth studio album, was released in 2014.
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It features collaborations with Juicy J and Miley Cyrus.
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