added: 18 Sep 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
Wiz Khalifa and his record label ultimately managed to find a 'happy medium'.
The rapper and Atlantic Records experienced conflict while Wiz was recording his upcoming album O.N.I.F.C.
Atlantic wanted more singles from Wiz, but he was intent on recording a specific amount of songs.
Despite the strife O.N.I.F.C. has come together to all parties' delight.
"There was always a happy medium," Wiz told MTV News.
"It's just like I said, you gotta express those views and that's where I said I was at, at that point with me more or less having to express my views and make those stick.
'It's nobody's problem or anything like that. That's just where we was at, at the time.'
Wiz was really dedicated to crafting each O.N.I.F.C. track with care.
Expressing his true musicianship was extremely important to the rapper.
"The album is completely done and that's what it was, just getting it all the way finished," Wiz said.
"You can just expect it to be more musical. All the elements that you're used to getting from a quote-unquote 'Wiz project,' you're gonna get every last one of those elements, whereas I feel like the first album lacked some of those elements."
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