Fivio Foreign rose to prominence with his single “Big Drip,” which was later remixed by rappers Lil Baby and Quavo. The hood can be extremely dangerous for rappers if they choose to stay where they came from, and it can potentially ruin their career. Fivio Foreign just explained why he won’t be returning to his hood.
Fivio Foreign has made it obvious that he would not return to his hood. During a recent appearance on Maino’s Kitchen Talk podcast, the Brooklyn rapper discussed the dangers of the hood. According to Fivio, he dislikes the vibe that radiates from these places.
“Everybody be calling me, ‘come to the hood, come to the hood.’ They don’t really like you there you know what I mean. It’s like they don’t like you, but they want you to come, and then I don’t like the energy.”
“The police, it’s like you go to the hood, the police think you’re the problem. You the artist, you the famous person, you got everybody outside, you the reason why n****s outside yelling and wild’n drinking bottles.”
The “Big Drip” rapper is also working on a new song called “Say My Name,” which borrows Destiny’s Child’s 1999 classic of the same name. Fivio asserts that when he discloses the record, 2022 will be his.
“2022 belongs to me. When I drop ‘Say My Name’ — I don’t care who drop; ‘Say My Name’ gonna be the hottest song of 2022, period.”
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