December rightfully has people feeling festive, and there are few better ways to get into the holiday spirit than sharing some holiday-inspired tracks. Fivio Foreign recently joined the list of artists who dropped Christmas-ready tunes with his new single “Baddie On My Wish List.” On the track, the NY rapper details exactly what he wants under his tree this year:
On the first day of Christmas, I put a baddie on my wish list. No mistletoe, she wanted some kisses. She got a shape and her walk vicious. I took a Percocet and got addicted. I’m off the drugs, lifted. I fell in love with all of my bitches. I get ‘em hyped. He feelin’ nice. Good luck when I dice. Macaroni with the rice, she look for another me every night. Me and them niggas is nothin’ alike. They seen the lies. You can see it in his eyes. I spit the industry by surprise.
The song is a part of a holiday project presented by Apple Music titled Carols Covered. Other artists on the track list include names like Ozuna, Giveon, Victoria Monet, Jax Jones, and plenty more, who all chimed in to deliver their renditions of Christmas classics like “O Christmas Tree” and “Feliz Navidad.”
Fivio Foreign just recently released his “Trust” single, which is set to appear on his forthcoming B.I.B.L.E. project. Earlier this year in April, he gifted his fans with EP titled 800 BC, which saw eight tracks, which included the remix to Fivio’s breakthrough single “Big Drip” with Quavo and Lil Baby. He’s also spent the year being featured on artist’s songs, including Drake’s “Demons,” Lil Tjay’s “Zoo York,” Nas’ “Spicy,” Tory Lanez’s “K Lo K,” French Montana’s “That’s A Fact (Remix),” King Von’s “I Am What I Am,” and more.
Check out Fivio Foreign’s “Baddie On My Wish List” down below.
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