Wiz Khalifa Releases ‘Far From Coach’ Single Featuring Game + Stat Quo
Wiz Khalifa recently dropped a new single, ‘Far From Coach,’ which follows the airplane theme of his new album ‘ONIFC’ (aka ‘Only N—a in First Class’). The song features two former Aftermath Records artists Game and Atlanta rhyme-slinger Stat Quo.
Over a smoothed-out orchestral production (provided by beatmaker Conzo), Wizzy, Game and Stat rap about living the good life while flying high in a private jet. Game is up first name-dropping every designer handbag in his luxury verse. “You can’t afford this — extravagant s— / We Louie Gucci Birkin baggin’ this s— / Bag of the piff / Hot-boxin’ in the back of the six / With Jimi Hendrix on, immaculate s— / Long way from Compton,” he raps.
As usual, Wiz spits some weeded-out lyrics but mixed it with some materialistic raps, as well. “Might sound crazy / But I just left the private plane, promoter paid 100k and I ain’t even stay the whole day / Hit the crib, bought a pound and smoked the whole thing / That Givency Men’s collection, copped the whole thing / Not to mention all these diamonds in my gold ring,” he rhymes.
Stat Quo finishes out the song with his gruff rhymes as he gives a toast to Wiz and Game, and disses the naysayers. “Somethin’ chill from Brazil, on the L / With Wiz and Game, my life is like Corona commercial / Family matters, Kevin Love at you Urkles,” he raps.
Wiz Khalifa’s second album ‘O.N.I.F.C.’ will fly into stores on Aug. 28.
Listen to Wiz Khalifa, ‘Far From Coach’ Feat. Game + Stat Quo