The “Big Drip” rapper started out contributing featured verses to other artists’ songs, but in 2019 his single “Big Drip” went viral and that success opened major doors for him and his rapping career. He’s worked with rappers like Rich The Kid, Lil Baby, Quavo, etc, and now Kanye West.
Kanye’s most recent event in Chicago for his album DONDA included many entertainers like Don Toliver, Westside Gunn, and Dababy and on the last performance of the album Fivio delivered a memorable verse on “Off The Grid.” One fan tweeted that Ye needed to produce Fivio’s whole career from now on and he responded by tweeting, “ He’s doing my album.”
He doin my Album. https://t.co/wzhvj5BOX1
— Fivio Foreign (@FivioForeign) August 27, 2021
The 33-year-old rapper shared details about the album to The Shade Room. He says although there isn’t an exact timeline of when it will drop or sound he says Ye will call out big names for some features.
He shared, “I want certain people but, we gone work together and put our brains together. I trust his judgment.” The rapper also discussed who he would like to collaborate with out of the people Kanye would pick out to feature on his album. He said he wanted to work with Roddy Ricch if possible.
Fivio said that Ye will switch his attention to his project once DONDA is finished, DONDA was released on August 29 so the two should be getting to work real soon.