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