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Fivio Foreign Stands Firm on Album Release Date Despite Coinciding with Kanye West



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Fivio Foreign, known for his unwavering admiration for Kanye West, affirmed that not even sharing a release date with Ye would prompt him to alter his plans. On Wednesday (January 31), the New York drill rapper took to Twitter to emphasize his decision.

“Listen YE is my brother in real life,” Fivio stated. “But I ain’t changing my date for nuffin in the world. I wish gang da best & I kno he feel da same FEB 9 PAIN & LOVE 2 [bandaged-heart emoji].”

Fivio Foreign gained widespread recognition with his breakout hit “Big Drip” in 2020, swiftly ascending to superstar status. His close friendship with Kanye West has been well-documented, and Fivio has often expressed his gratitude for the mentorship and support he receives from the Chicago rap icon.

Reflecting on his journey, Fivio shared on Twitter how Kanye West reached out to him the previous night, leaving him emotional. He acknowledged the remarkable transformation from his humble beginnings in the streets of New York City to receiving texts from Ye.

“YE text me lastnite.. shit had me emotional… This shit really came from the bottom,” tweeted Fivio. “I’m really a hood N-gga from the bottom that’s rich lol.. Like rich fr.. I still can’t believe this shit.”

The East Coast superstar posted the text exchange on his Instagram Story, showcasing Kanye West congratulating him for closing out Hot 97’s Summer Jam.

Fivio Foreign and Kanye West collaborated on tracks such as “Off The Grid” and “Ok Ok” for Ye’s 2021 album, Donda. Their collaboration continued with “City of Gods,” featured on Fivio’s debut album, B.I.B.L.E.

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