Wiz Khalifa said he went with his gut when he turned down Drake's offer to open for him on the Light Dreams and Nightmares outing, instead embarking on his own headlining effort, the Waken Baken Tour.
With only a handful of dates left and after a series of sellouts, the Pittsburgh rapper is pretty sure he made the right call, even being named MTV News' Hottest Breakthrough MC of 2010.
"I went out on a limb and went with my gut feeling," Wiz told MTV News. "It was risky when you go for what you know, but it's really easy to take the hand from someone. Not saying I didn't want it or couldn't use it, but I figured I'd try a different method, and it ended up working for me."
Over the weekend, the "Black and Yellow" MC held court at New York's Best Buy Theater, where he was joined by his brother in arms, Curren$y, and Big K.R.I.T. for the Hot 97-sponsored showcase.
The lanky lyricist said Los Angeles and Phoenix were among the standout shows during his tour, which also featured stops in Chicago, Dallas and Atlanta. Phoenix, however, was the top moment, according to Wiz.
"Honestly, it might be weird, but Phoenix, huge reaction out there," he explained. "Every show was [great].
"It was crazy," he added. "I felt like I was on TV when I was out there."
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