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Wiz Khalifa's Second Single 'Roll Up' Hits the Web

January 29, 2011 (6:37 am) GMT
The Pittsburgh rapper follows up his breakout single 'Black and Yellow' with another irresistible track 'Roll Up'.
Wiz Khalifa's Second Single 'Roll Up' Hits the Web

's brand new song called "Roll Up" makes its way out on the web. Rumor has it, it serves as the second single from his upcoming studio album "" which is scheduled to come out in the U.S. on March 29.

"Whenever you need me, whenever you want me/ You know you can call me, I'll be there shortly/ Don't care what your friends say 'cause they don't know me/ I can be your best friend, and you be my homie," he sings on the hook. "I ain't gonna flex, I'm not gonna front/ You know if I ball, then we all gonna stunt/ Send her my way, she ain't gotta hold up/ Whenever you call baby, I'll roll up."

"I try to stay out your business/ But on the real, you're so obvious," he raps in the other part. "And if you keep fitting me in your plan of f**ked' 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."

The album reportedly will feature , , and . Of what he has to offer, the Atlantic Records artist said, "[It's] about more than just weed [despite the album title] ... It's about my life and my carer and how I got to where I am now."

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