Hollywood Wax Museum Employee Encounter With Wiz Khalifa And Chris Brown

Always up to something new, our very own Hollywood Wax Museum employee Joseph captures his subway ride to Downtown LA. 

Suprise run in with Wiz Khalifa!

Rapper Wiz Khalifa is friends with Snoop Dogg, who stopped by the shoot today.

Who knew LA had public transportation?! I tried out the MTA LA Metro Red Line from the Hollywood & Highland station and headed Downtown. The station’s right next to the Hollywood Wax Museum and totally convenient. I planned on being a “tourist” and¬†exploring this area of town since I rarely get to visit. Map in hand, I stepped out of the subway and had every intention of heading to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). Yes, I love art – is that hard to believe? When I reached street level, I immediately noticed music sensations Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa standing on the corner of 7th and Figueroa Street!

I guessed that they were filming a music video and turned out to be right. My trip to MOCA flew out the window. Instead, curiosity got the best of me, and I walked right over to the film crew and snapped a bunch of awesome shots. I could hear a distant beat playing over and over – sounded super catchy.

Chris Brown filming for music videoWiz has been in the rap scene since 2006 and reached popularity in 2009 with his single “Black and Yellow”. The video is a collaboration with Chris Brown (whose latest album F.A.M.E. earned him Best R&B Album at the 54th Grammy Awards). I got a great photo of Chris just before two security guards blocked the way!

It’s no Warhol, but it will be a great addition to my personal Hollywood Joseph gallery. Can’t wait to hear this latest jam when it hits the airwaves!

Thanks for the jammin’ post Joseph!

Readers: What’s playing on your iPod? Post your fav song of the week below and thanks for visiting!

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