Stemming from his standout, long-winded verse on Kanye West‘s Donda hit “Off The Grid,” Fivio Foreign‘s past year has been nothing short of electric.
After delivering his long-awaited debut album B.I.B.L.E. in April and providing potent features for songs like “MVP” with FaZe Kaysan and “Paris to Tokyo” with The Kid LAROI, Fivi is ready to hit pause for a little while.
However, before his hiatus, New York drill’s leader decided to feed his fans one last time. Captioning his post saying “Imma leave this here & Take a break off the internet for a while & Focus up,” Fivio released a brand new YouTube-exclusive freestyle titled “London Freestyle” on Thursday (Aug. 18).
Over fiery drill production with hard-hitting claps, Fivio essentially calls out his haters, doubling down on his recent successes and promising to keep stunting on his doubters.
N***a, from here on (N***a, from here on)
A hundred-thousand to clear songs (Yeah)
That n***a die if he stare wrong (Baow)
I’ve been in London for bare long (Yeah)
Bro, this is Fivi’ in rare form (Uh)“London Freestyle” — Fivio Foreign
Including footage of him from tour, hanging out in the streets of London and working on music, the “London Freestyle” music video encapsulates the high fashion life and expensive trips Fivio’s life has included as of late.
I be hypin’ myself in the mirror, like, “Go me”, look, huh
He said he travel, no he don’t (Uh)
State to state, that’s all he know (Skrrt)
I’m out in Paris, by the Rollie store
Got the Gucci slides, with the open toes (Uh)“London Freestyle” — Fivio Foreign
Ending his post for the song with “when I come bacc (it’s) better for everybody,” Fivio knows that this momentary break will recharge him for another stellar run in the future.
Before Fivi goes M.I.A., check out his “London Freestyle” below!