Kanye West is still doing very well with his 10th studio album, “Donda.” For it’s second week sales, it sold over 140,000 units, and is the number two album in the US, right behind his rival, Drake’s “Certified Lover Boy.”
Brooklyn rapper, Fivio Foreign, was one of the huge features on Donda, and recently explained the collaboration, in an interview with Power 106. He revealed how his verse was so long on “Off The Grid” due to Ye wanting him to go even longer, due to him feeling the verse.
Fivio also asked Ye who he reminded himself of. Ye didn’t have an answer right away, while they were eating. Soon, it came to Ye’s mind, and thought that Fivio reminded him of Jay Z.
“He like, ‘I don’t know. That’s a good question, right?’ So boom, question done or whatever… So we start eating or whatever, boom, boom, he just said, ‘I don’t know.’ We ain’t worrying about it too much but then it’s like something hit him. He’s like, ‘Yo, I got it — HOV.'”. “I’m like, ‘Hov?’ He’s like, ‘HOV!'”
Back in July, Fivio was released from prison, after supposedly running from police and having a loaded gun. He’s been one of the biggest breakout rappers over the past year, as he’s contributed heavily to the new Brooklyn drill sound.
Check out Fivio Foreign’s Power 106 interview below.