Fousheé is a rising genre-bending singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, California. Not too long ago, she released an appealing audiovisual for her “gold fronts” single featuring rap superstar Lil Wayne.
Fousheé – “gold fronts” music video featuring Lil Wayne
“They don’t make enough paper, all this stream of thought spilling off my notebook. And they don’t make the sane type anymore, all my homies got problems. And we self-medicate, what’d you do today? I stared at my phone for hours since the city’s f***ed. Why don’t we twist one up, stretch out? They don’t make enough days in a month. I got plans and they’re all piled up. And I think this year had a personal vendetta, there’s always 2031.” –Fousheé lyrics
‘gold fronts’ showcases Fousheé’s experimental side and a brief insight into her mind. The off-kilter/experimental tune contains a relatable narrative, delicate soul vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Ama Lou, Green tea Peng, and Ari Lennox. Also, “gold fronts” possess guitar-driven instrumentation flavored with contemporary R&B, indie-alternative, and natural hip-hop elements. Furthermore, the song follows mildly on the heels of Fousheé’s Vevo DSCVR session.
“We self-medicate, what’d you do today?”
“They can’t take my gold fronts, they can’t take these white cups that I just poured up. They can’t take these gold teeth, they can’t take this gold leaf that I just rolled up. And they can’t take my gold blunt, can’t tape my bullet holes up. Can’t take my close-up, they can’t break my h*es up. They can’t break these shoulders or make my quota. And I’m the one they take their notes from, the one they try to take their flow from. And if they drip, then I’m the one that it all flows from. Silence of the Lamb, don’t wake this GOAT up. They can’t take the same road up, they can’t take when I roll up.” – Lil Wayne lyrics
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