Wiz Khalifa Pushes Back ‘O.N.I.F.C.’ Release Date To September 18th

Published On August 2, 2012 | Celebrities, Music News

Wiz Khalifa’s second album ‘O.N.I.F.C.’ was originally to be released on August 28th but due to an unfortunate chain of events, it has been pushed back to September 18th. The sophomore effort features appearances from 50 Cent, Cam’ron, Prodigy, Curren$y, Nicki Minaj and others with Khalifa wanting to produce the “best rap album possible.”

“The title O.N.I.F.C. is pretty much how I feel about where I’m at in the game right now. What I’ve worked to achieve and just what I plan on staying as,” he told MTV. “I just really wanted it to be the best rap album possible. Not with a bunch of less obvious songs, in your face, but just with stuff that makes sense. It’s definitely the next level in the best of the best that it could be at this point, for sure.”

While we’re sure that the album is going to great, the new release date may not have been that good of a choice as ‘O.N.I.F.C.’ now shares the same release date as The Killers‘ ‘Battle Born,’ Pink‘s ‘The Truth About Love,’ Nelly Furtado‘s ‘The Spirit Indestructible,’ Pet Shop Boys‘ ‘Elysium’ and the 25th anniversary re-issue of Michael Jackson‘s ‘Bad.’

Nevertheless, “What people will get from the album is they’ll understand that I’m locking down my lane and being the best at what I do. Not really to try to expand to points that people don’t know or expect from me, but just really, really be the best at what people know Wiz for.”

Watch Wiz Khalifa Talk ‘O.N.I.F.C.’ With MTV Below:

Watch Wiz Khalifa Talk ‘O.N.I.F.C.’ With Fuse Below:

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