Fivio Foreign is a Platinum-selling rapper based in Brooklyn, New York. Not too long ago, he released a murky music video for his new drill single, titled, “Hot Sauce,” produced by 808 Melo. The song comes paired with a Jerry Productions video shot and directed in Fivio’s hometown of Brooklyn, New York.
Fivio Foreign – “Hot Sauce” music video
“I got a shooter with me, he ain’t coming for peace talks (Grrr). See an opp and he reach off. Keep a .40, no recoil. They shooting and passing like they playin’ B-ball. And no, he not a marksman (Nah). He ain’t shooting from deep, nah. We pull up in like three cars (Baow). Hop out in the middle of the street (Baow), and let heat off (Uh). F*** all this fame sh*t, we with all of the gang sh*t (Uh). And we still moving dangerous when that .40 go (Baow). It’s speaking my language, that .40 my favorite. They wanted that hot sauce (Uh). He know if he catch a body, that money get dropped off (Baow). Huh? I get an opp ni^^a knocked off (I will). We run in the crib, we don’t knock doors (Nah). He see his face and we pop off (Baow). I hope that being an opp is somethin’ to die for.” – lyrics
‘Hot Sauce’ tells a dark and dangerous tale about a gangster who rolls with nothing but demonic shooters who are ready to put their enemies six feet deep in the ground. Send him your address, and he’ll pop out dressed to kill with automated weapons and all. Ain’t nothing to play with, he admits, “I tell my shooters to get in their place. They want to shoot a ni^^a in his face, I tell ’em chill, they couldn’t wait. I sent a man down, ni^^as calling me, making me hot.”
Fivio Foreign continues to feed his fans the most authentic, compelling drill sound emanating from New York. His “Hot Sauce” single further underlines Fivio’s legacy as a true national icon and one of the hottest rappers in the world right now. Furthermore, “Hot Sauce” follows Fivio’s acclaimed album, “B.I.B.L.E.,” and his more recent smash hits, “AMUSED” and “1 On 3” — alongside esteemed producer, Rvssian.
“Somebody got shot (Baow), they be going through a lot (Baow). And I ain’t Ja Morant, I ain’t just flashin’ no chopp’.”
Fivio Foreign continues to be a key part of US cultural conversations, having featured on Kanye West’s “DONDA” album with his iconic verse on “Off The Grid.” The track has since accumulated a colossal 205M+ US stream alone with a cool 22M+ in the first week, earning Fivio his first GRAMMY nomination. Whereas key features on tracks by Kanye West, Lil Tjay (“Headshot”), and Polo G (“Clueless” ft. Pop Smoke) have helped garner Fivio coverage across notable media outlets.
Fivio Foreign, Kanye West, Alicia Keys – “City of Gods” (Official Video)
Fivio’s full-length project, “B.I.B.L.E.,” which stands for Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth, follows his worldwide smash hit, “City Of Gods,” featuring Kanye West and Alicia Keys. So far, the single has racked up 100M Spotify streams and 25M YouTube views and counting. The 17-track project features a slew of heavyweights including KayCyy, A$AP Rocky, Polo G, Chloe Bailey, Lil Yachty, DJ Khaled, Lil Tjay, Yung Bleu, Queen Naija, Ne-Yo, Blueface, Vory, Coi Leray, and more.
“I don’t hear no tunes from the opps. Atlantic, huh, let that lil’ ni^^a drop.”
Fivio Foreign has blazed one of the brightest paths and cultivated one of the most distinguished rap discographies in the contemporary U.S. music scene over the last few years.
The Brooklyn king of drill already boasts some of the most heavyweight bars in the game, featuring on Drake’s “Demons,” Lil Tjay’s “Zoo York,” featuring the late Pop Smoke, and Nas’ “Spicey” alongside A$AP Ferg – a marker of how highly the young rapper is already rated by his established peers. Also dipping his foot across the pond appearing on Tion Wayne and Russ Millions’ UK #1 smash, “Body (Remix)” — totaling a cool 283M streams and counting on Spotify, it would become GRM DAILY’s most viewed video ever.
Stream Fivio Foreign’s “Hot Sauce” single
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