Last month, Fivio Foreign unveiled the hard-hitting single “Move Like A Boss,” which features assistance from fellow Brooklynite Young M.A and sees the two keeping things street over production from Non Native, Bordeaux, and Saint Cardona:
“I make a mistake, I’m correctin’ it, Fivi’, perfectionist, when I feel like it’s game time, I get a game plan, n***as will give you a dap then shoot at your back with the same hand/
I’ve been in the grimiest places, the grimiest n***as don’t phase him, I’m well in tune with the mayhem, but I still walked out a great man/
This is a mind game, I mind bend, I play with your mind like a violin, different places they could find him, I make calls and I dial in, he keep a shooter beside him.../”
Today (June 8), the New York rap frontrunners deliver a visual for the track courtesy of JL Shot That, which keeps things straight to the point, showing the artists and their crews mobbing to the single on the street. The clip keeps with the theme of most NY drill tracks, never letting the listener forget where the sound was birthed from.
Both Fivio and M.A have been keeping busy this year. In the last couple of month, Young M.A reveals dope videos for “Savage Mode” and “Trap Or Cap,” both of which are taken from the May EP release Red Flu. A month prior, Fivio Foreign liberated his project 800 B.C., which boasted his breakthough single “Big Drip” along with appearances from Meek Mill, Lil Tjay, Lil Baby, and Quavo. Currently, Fivio is said to be putting the final touches on his big label debut LP B.I.B.L.E., which should hopefully be arriving by year’s end.
In the meantime, fans can press play on the Young M.A-assisted “Move Like A Boss” below.