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Skeli Wizzle is an American HipHop national recording artist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His intricate lifestyle has molded who he is as a person and helps him create storytelling music. Skeli Wizzle is from Pittsburghs east side Lincoln Lemington neighborhood and lived with his grandmother. He has been on 2 tours with the VP of Nerve DJ’s Big Heff, and has major recording feature with Atlantas own Young Scooter.
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