Toosii assists FCG Heem on “More Pain”
The song follows his other single “Need It.”
FCG Heem has shared another single, the Toosii-assisted “More Pain.” The record comes paired with a music video as well, which shows scenes of the duo mobbing with their crew and also visiting a cemetery to represent them missing their fallen soldiers. On the track, Heem delivers his pain-filled hook:
I keep losing all my n***as, it’s bringing more pain/ Them boys don’t give a fuck about no fame, they play no games, Christian Lou, got blood all on my shoes, I hit ‘em close-range/ Six-figure n***a, I’m still in the hood, bitch, ain’t shit changed/ Tell them boys I’m taking what come with this fame, it’s whatever now/ Love them boys to death, I hope they never put thеy glizzies down/ Done seen too many caskets, I’m traumatizеd forever now/ More money, more problems, this shit ‘posed to be getting better now
Last year, FCG Heem dropped off his Letter To My People project. He’s been showing consistency this year as well, sharing singles like “Peace & Positivity,” “Need It,” and assisted LBS Kee’vin on “Hood Dreams.” In addi with the aforementioned Letter To My People project, he also released his Street Virus EP last year as well along with singles like “Focus,” “Haha,” “HATERS,” and “On The Rise.”
Most recently, Toosii assisted NUSKI2SQUAD for his “Gone Too Soon” single. Toosii’s last full length body of work was Poetic Pain, which was released back in September and included his “Love Cycle” single with Summer Walker. Prior to Poetic Pain, Toosii dropped his project Platinum Heart last February and gifted fans with the deluxe version as well, both versions containing no features. Platinum Heart (Deluxe) charted at No. 2 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums tally and also entered the Billboard 200.
Be sure to watch FCG Heem and Toosii’s brand new music video for “More Pain” down below.
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