Wiz Khalifa is living the good life. The Pittsburgh rapper rhymes about fast times, fast women and smoke-filled nights on his new single "Roll Up."
The track is the [article id="1655642"]MTV News' 11 for '11[/article] star's second single, following his breakout hit "Black and Yellow."
"I try to stay out your business/ But on the real, you're so obvious," Wiz raps over the synth-heavy number. "And if you keep fitting me in your plan of f-----' up/ Your man is gonna catch on to us/ That white sand is surrounding us/ He be handcuffing, he should work for them officers/ If you rolling, I got a spot where I can put you on this medical and send you home doctored up.
"I ain't gonna flex, I'm not gonna front/ You know if I ball, then we all gonna stunt," he sings on the hook. "Send her my way, she ain't gotta hold up/ Whenever you call baby, I'll roll up."
Wiz revealed to MTV News last month from the set of the [article id="1654750"]"Black and Yellow" G-mix video[/article] that his next release would be the green-friendly "Roll Up." The track is set to appear on [article id="1656699"]Rolling Papers, Wiz[/article]'s first album with Atlantic Records. The underground stalwart signed to the label, which is home to Kid Rock, Paramore and T.I., after a successful independent run that saw him release his acclaimed mixtape Kush and Orange Juice.
Rolling Papers is due March 29 and will feature production by Stargate and Jim Jonsin, among others.