12 Songs That Name-Drop the Rolls-Royce Wraith | Playlist
Rappers have a deep love for a particular foreign car – The Rolls-Royce Wraith. This playlist examines 12 songs that reference the $300,000+ luxury coupe.
Rappers love their foreigns – aka foreign-made luxury cars. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a rapper (or singer for that matter) who doesn’t love Rolls-Royce, specifically the Wraith. Who can blame them for referencing the sick coupe as their foreign of choice? Just look at it, sigh. Ask yourself, who wouldn’t want to own that ride? Anyways, enough adoration for the Wraith – we have this playlist full of rappers/singers to accomplish that. Here friends is a playlist of 12 songs that name-drop the Wraith.
1. Kodak Black, “Tunnel Vision”
Kodak Black wastes little time on “Tunnel Vision” before name-dropping the Wraith. Following the hook, he asserts his ownership status.
“I jumped up out the Wraith, Kodak bought a Wraith / I get any girl I want, any girl I want…”
2. Drake ft. Travis Scott & Quavo, “Portland”
[Cash Money, 2017]
Drake doesn’t rap about his Wraith on “Portland.” However featured guest Quavo takes time to give Rolls-Royce some love:
“Park the Benz just to ride the Wraith.”
Another member of Migos gets in on the Wraith action later action – read on!
3. Lil Yachty ft. Migos, “Peek a Boo”
[Capitol / Motown, 2017]
The main reason that Lil Yachty is getting attention for the song “Peek a Boo” is his ignorance to distinguish between woodwind and string instruments. Case in point:
“She blow that dick like a cello.”
However, the reason “Peek a Boo” appears on this list is that Offset name-drops the Wraith, in all its expensive glory.
“Just bought the Wraith and I wrapped it, titanic.”
Speaking of Offset, he also rapped about the Wraith on “Get Right Witcha” from Culture:
“Bought that Wraith and had the ceilin’ light (Wraith).”
4. Rick Ross, “Idols Become Rivals”
Rather You Than Me
This is one of many Rick Ross appearance in some form or fashion on this list. Basically, Ross found a line that he could recycle a couple of times. On “Idols Become Rivals” he raps:
“F*ck a skateboard, I went and got a Wraith, boy.”
While the line seems ridiculous, contextually, Ross is taking shots at Birdman, and in this particular instance, Lil Wayne and his investment into skateboarding.
5. A$AP Mob ft. A$AP Rocky, Playboi Carti, Quavo, Lil Uzi & Frank Ocean, “RAF”
Cozy Tapes, Vol. 2
“RAF” is an interesting flex record from A$AP MOB. Specifically, it references Belgian fashion designer Raf Simons. Generally, the song is about flaunting and spending money. Lil Uzi Vert drops the bomb – rather the Wraith:
“Hit that b*tch right, I’m with my Life Savers / Woo, feel like Darth Vader / I’m a boss so you know I might Wraith you / Woo, Raf in my basement.”
This isn’t the first time that A$AP Mob have name-dropped the Wraith. On “Yamborghini High,” A$AP Rocky brags:
“Yeah, I’m gettin’ cake, yeah, it’s no debate / Yeah, I fornicated with foreign hoes that I date, like every day / Yeah, I rock the Raf, yeah, I bought the Wraith / Yeah, I’m out of state, yeah, I like to race.”
6. Desiigner, “Panda”
[Def Jam, 2016]
On “Panda,” Desiigner isn’t obsessed with the Wraith like some of his contemporaries. His foreign of choice is the BMW X6, another sick ride. Still, he references the Wraith:
“Know some killas pull of and they in the Wraith…”
7. The Weeknd, “Starboy”
On the third verse of his no. 1 hit, The Weeknd references the lux-sport phenomenon.
“Star Trek roof in that Wraith of Khan / Girls get loose when they hear this song / 100 on the dash get me close to God / We don’t pray for love, we just pray for cars.”
8. Meek Mill ft. Tory Lanez, “Litty”
On the first verse of “Litty,” Meek Mill confidently asserts:
“They don’t want to see you win (they don’t) / They don’t want to see the Wraith (no) / They don’t want to see your b*tch / Caught up in the stars like she outer space.”
Tory Lanez later joins the Wraith talk:
“Hopped in the Wraith and I bought it, it’s litty again… / They don’t want to see the squad / They don’t want to see the Wraith / They don’t want to see your b*tch up in the stars / Like she going outer space.”
9. DJ Khaled ft. Future & Jay-Z, “I Got the Keys”
Holding the keys to a Rolls-Royce Wraith would certainly be a Major Key – rather a major set of keys or a major purchase (>$300,000). Guest Future gets the “Wraith talk” started on “I Got the Keys.”
“Wraith talk, Wraith talk / Oh, we talkin’ that Wraith talk.”
Jay-Z gets on the action as well:
“That Wraith talk, that’s foreign, n*gga.”
10. Meek Mill Ft. Future, “Jump Out the Face”
Dreams Worth More than Money
Long before he was featured on DJ Khaled hit “I Got the Keys,” Future rapped about the Wraith on Meek Mill joint, “Jump Out the Face.” He spits:
“Jump out the Rari then jump out the Wraith / Then I hop in Margiela then hope in some Bape.”
So, what’s his point? Future is big ballin’ – he has no shortage of money. In two lines alone he references a Ferrari, a Rolls- Royce, and two designer brands of clothing. Even before “Jump Out the Face,” Future asserted, “I had to grab the Wraith, I had to grab the Wraith” on his own hit, “Blow a Bag.” In the music video, just as he brags, there’s a Wraith.
11. Drake, “Back to Back”
[Cash Money, 2015]
While “Back to Back” is best known as the second diss track by Drake aimed at Meek Mill, the Canadian artist found a fitting moment to brag about his Wraith.
“I waited for days, n*gga, where y’all at? / I drove here in the wraith playin’ AR-AB”
12. Rick Ross ft. Big Sean & Kanye West, “Sanctified”
[Def Jam, 2014]
Rick Ross loves money, hence why he raps about it all the time. On his verse on “Sanctified,” he delivers a line that supports the sentiment of a previous song, “Money Make Me Come.” Ross spits:
“Baby seen me in that Wraith, wanna have my baby.”
Interestingly, “Thug Cry” from the same album finds Ross bragging about his slick set of wheels:
“Money over b*tches, first n*gga with a Wraith / Double M, we handle business.”
It should be noted, Ross owns a Wraith.