Wiz Khalifa - Get Sum

Posted 7 years ago
Johnny Juliano
Flight School Mixtape

If you’ve had a chance to check out our brand new Booth Freestyles Chart, you’re already aware that Wiz Khalifa‘s recent contribution, Runnin’, sits at number two, just a hair behind K. SparksSoul Child (if you haven’t, go ahead and take a look—I’ll wait).  It’s clear that our readers can’t get enough of the Pittsburgh emcee, so, without further ado, we present the latest leak off his forthcoming Flight School mixtape.  Here, Wiz proves he’s got economic savvy to match his on-the-mic prowess, suggesting a simple yet elegant approach to ending our current recession: “Got no money? Get Sum!”  Okay, okay, that advice might not solve all our problems, but it does serve as a perfect springboard into three verses’ worth of off-the-wall wordplay.  Complete with an infectiously videogamey, danceable but never repetitive instrumental by Johnny Juliano, Get Sum should earn Khalifa another round of positive reviews in the Booth, and help ensure his mixtape flies off (virtual) shelves come April 17th.

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