At this point, we’re probably close to the two-year mark since Fivio Foreign first announced his forthcoming debut LP B.I.B.L.E. (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth). Since then, the Brooklyn emcee has continued to increase his profile with a slew — or an album’s worth — of dope cuts, including “Move Like A Boss” with Young M.A, “13 Going On 30,” “Bop It” with Polo G, “Trust,” “Self Made,” “Unruly,” and “Creepin” with Rowdy Rebel. That same timeframe has also seen Fivio providing top tier verses for Lil Tjay, DreamDoll, Nas, Funkmaster Flex, Toosii, Hit-Boy, King Von, French Montana, and more.

Today (Nov. 12), Fivio drops off another single titled “Squeeze (Freestyle),” another hard-hitting drill cut that’s sure to force a replay the second the bass drops. As expected, the track also sees Fivio delivering the hard-hitting, in-your-face raps that he’s well-known for:

“I was told if you fight, you swing first, I was told if you shoot, you squeeze first, nigga, why would I give you a free verse, when it’s fifteen hundred for my t-shirt?”

It’s no secret that Fivio Foreign has been building on a relationship with none other than Kanye West — this in part led to Fivio’s show-stopping verse on the Donda track “Off The Grid.” In a recent interview with HotNewHipHop, Fivio spoke on his Chicago counterpart, who he also revealed in a past tweet would be B.I.B.L.E.’s executive producer:

Kanye is so busy. He’ll just be in Paris one day. I’ll text him, like, ‘Where you at?’ and he’ll be like, ‘I’m in L.A. this day.’ … We work, we do a little bit here, a little bit there and we do it like that. But I f*ck with him, man … he’s a super-genius, we do more than just business.”

Press play on Fivio Foreign’s “Squeeze” video (directed by JL Shot That) below.