AT&T Thanks Sound Studio: Wiz Khalifa, Travis Thompson, Bea Miller & NOTD

AT&T Thanks Sound Studio: Wiz Khalifa, Travis Thompson, Bea Miller & NOTD

The AT&T THANKS® Sound Studio is your all-access pass to pop-up shows with your favorite artists – on us. We host performances and interviews at iHeart Radio Stations, year-round, in cities across the country to show support for the customers who support us! Check out the latest artist interviews from the AT&T Sound Studio below!

Travis Thompson

Recently featured was new artist Travis Thompson. Just one day before his sold-out show in Seattle, Thompson stopped by the Sound Studio to talk about his career, working with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, and getting to perform for Jimmy Fallon. He also performed his new song, Bad Apples, which you can watch live below.

Check out more Travis Thompson photos here and here.

Wiz Khalifa

A week later, Wiz Khalifa met with us in the Bay Area to talk about life, his upcoming Dazed & Blazed tour, and his new album, Rolling Papers 2 (out July 13). This album is much more personal for Wiz, focusing on his role as a dad and the pressures that come with influence. See more of the conversation below.

NOTD & Bea Miller 

Then, last week Bea Miller and NOTD, the Swedish electronic-dance duo, talked to us about their new song I Wanna Know, which came out earlier this year. Check out the rest of the interview below to hear about how music plays a role in their lives, their favorite artists, and the new projects they’ve got coming up.

If you like what you see and want in on the action, sign up for the AT&T THANKS® Program today and see all the great events happening in cities near you!

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