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Wiz Khalifa: Black and Yellow Meaning

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Song Released: 2010


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Black and Yellow Lyrics

Uh huh, you know what it is
Black and yellow [x4]
Uh huh, you know what it is
Black and yellow [x4]

[Chorus:]
Yeah, uh huh, you know what it is
Everything I do, I do it big
Yeah, uh huh, screaming that's nothing
What I pulled off the...

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    #1 top rated interpretation:
    anonymous
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    Apr 2nd 2011 report

    He sings that everything he owns "from his whip(car) to his diamonds" are black and yellow in representation of Pittsburgh. Black and gold are the colors of the steelers, but also, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Pittsburgh Pirates. And for the person who said "it's his gangs colors," Taylor Gang is also representation of Pittsburgh. The high school he attended there was Taylor Allderdice. Same with fellow alumni artists Girl Talk, Mac Miller, etc. Basically, he's "reppin' his town everywhere he goes."

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    Mar 27th 2011 report

    He's singing about his car (black stripe, yellow paint, them niggas scared of it but them hoes ain't...hit the pedal once make the floor shake...and I got the pedal to the metal...no keys, push to start), yellow diamonds(got a call from my jeweler, this just in...and rocking yellow diamonds), and pittsburgh steelers(in the official music video everyone is waving/holding 'terrible towels' which are rally towels associated with pittsburgh steelers).

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    Mar 19th 2011 report

    It's the car. He made the song right after he got a black and yellow camoro. Plus, the steelers don't push to start with something. And the Pittsburgh thing is too complicated. Whiz sings about cabin fever and homicides. He's not that boring. I mean, who wants to listen to to a song about the steelers? So my point Is, whiz is too cool to do that. He also is cool enough to sing about a black and yellow camaro. The dialogue has no meaning to the steelers, but plenty of meaning towards the fact that it's a car.

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    Jun 4th 2020 report

    Black and Yellow (Legacy colors) are the symbol of a secretive subculture of Gamers playing The GAME. They are actors, posers, fakers, shills, thugs, bros, Goofies, Hoodwinkers, Tune Squad, Crisis Actors, hustlers, conmen and women. In essence, they are basically Sellouts. Willing to sell their Souls to get paid. It’s a risky lifestyle and BROs (Brotherhood/Best Reasonable Offer) keep the charade hush hush for fear because their contract is binded by blood and death. If their secret is to be revealed, the actor(s) will mysteriously die of an overdose, a fatal accident, or a suicide (mostly by hanging on a doorknob/symbolic to keep you silent).

  5. anonymous
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    Dec 26th 2019 report

    Because black peoples often have yellow fever.

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  6. anonymous
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    Jun 15th 2019 report

    Its about the life of a humble bee. Its in the back of the Koran and he is Muslim..

  7. anonymous
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    Nov 16th 2017 report

    Are you all stupid its about the Iowa Hawkeyes just think about remember when they were ranked number 2 in D1 college football.

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    Jan 23rd 2016 report

    It talks about both a car and he mentions something saying a game they fear it but the pros ain't

  9. anonymous
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    Jun 4th 2015 report

    Its his interpretation of fame and game,yellow diamond black men stuntin...then his car and everything just add to the appeal go big or go home

  10. anonymous
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    Jan 25th 2015 report

    It's about his fucking car.

  11. anonymous
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    Jul 10th 2014 report

    Hahahahahaaa I think yuhall are hilarious!! I'm not making fun, I seriously enjoyed reading all the "interpretations".....and who ever said the thing about the magnum condoms: YOU ROCK. That had me rolling! LMAO

  12. anonymous
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    Apr 22nd 2014 report

    His favorite colors is black and yellow. He's trying to show the colors for the Steelers.

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  13. anonymous
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    Jul 21st 2013 report

    But, if you watch the video they are waving the terrible towel. Listen to the last verse while you're at it.

  14. anonymous
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    Mar 12th 2013 report

    Just for the first person who commented, it is actually a challenger

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  15. anonymous
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    Nov 9th 2012 report

    Its about the gold he wears, his car and group he hangs with. Lision and watch you all will get what he is singing about.

  16. anonymous
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    Aug 30th 2012 report

    It is talking about Heroin. black and yellow taking about black tar heroin wrapped in a yellow balloon.

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  17. anonymous
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    Jun 20th 2012 report

    Are yall stupid... black and yellow are the colors for his gang...and the Latin kingz.

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  18. anonymous
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    Jun 12th 2012 report

    The song is about Taylorgang and it does not talk about the Steelers at all... It is just about how he and his crew are ballers and he even says, "everybody I'm with Taylor", not tailored.

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