The Pittsburgh rapper and soon-to-be father is concerned about crying, though
Before his live performance at Fuse's headquarters yesterday, Wiz Khalifa spoke with Fuse's Yasmine Richard about his new album, working with his fiancé on a new track and, most importantly, his forthcoming child. The Pittsburgh rapper isn't exactly nervous about having a newborn around, but he does have a few concerns.
"I'm not worried about changing diapers," he says. "I'm going to be good with that. I am nervous he'll cry a lot. I don't know how I'll do with that. I'll try to convince him with a mind trick."
As for his fiancé, Amber Rose, Wiz said he was thrilled with her performance on "Rise Above," a track from his new album, O.N.I.F.C. "She killed it," he says. "She made me have to step my bars up. And she did it so naturally. She was like, 'Yo, I want to be on your album.' I was like, 'You've got it.' She dunked it from the three point line."
Khalifa is also certain the new album will be a success. "We put a lot of work in it, so I know people will love it," says Wiz. "They won't have a choice."
Check out the full interview above.