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Sheck Wes, Fivio Foreign put on ‘MVP’ performances on new FaZe Kaysan single

FaZe Clan’s Kaysan has solely been linking with legends in his young career as a producer/DJ. After putting out his song ever with Future and Lil Durk in October 2021, he is now back to keep his rookie streak going.

On May 20, Kaysan linked up with superstar talents Fivio Foreign and Sheck Wes for his new single “MVP,” co-produced by WondaGurl, who has aided Sheck’s Cactus Jack boss Travis Scott with some of his biggest hits like “Antidote” and “90210,” and CuBeatz, the twin brothers who provided the melodies for classics like “SICKO MODE,” 21 Savage‘s “No Heart” and Migos‘ “MotorSport.”

Over the buzzing, eccentric melody and hard-hitting drill beat, Fivio flows as comfortable as ever to start the track, prioritizing stacking his money over clout chasing in his “MVP” campaign of a verse.

Attempt murders (Attempt murders), they didn’t count (Nah)

I see his face and I’m wiggin’ out (Baow)

I don’t waste time with gettin’ clout

I got some money to figure out

“MVP” — FaZe Kaysan featuring Fivio Foreign, Sheck Wes

Next, Sheck Wes sandwiches his explosive singular verse about transitioning from riding trains to Rolls Royces with a hoops-inspired hook about his rise to “MVP” status.

From the block (From the block), to the top

Sheck don’t stop, can’t you see? (Yeah-yeah)

How to ball how to get like me (B*tch)

How to ball like an MVP (Okay)

“MVP” — FaZe Kaysan featuring Fivio Foreign, Sheck Wes

Sheck Wes’ performance on “MVP” was so noteworthy, it even garnered the praise of Travis Scott, who is well aware of Sheck’s capabilities and the additional music similar to this he has in his vault.

The music video is directed by JLShotThat, famed for his several visuals he’s done for the New York trio of Pop Smoke, Lil Tjay and Fivio Foreign, as well as videos for Young M.A. and Toosii.

It’s starting to to be clear that FaZe Kaysan has a knack for putting talent together and helping the artists and producers establish chemistry. While the “MVP” typically only goes to one player, there should be plenty of praise thrown around for all parties involved on this track.

Check out “MVP” below!