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Fivio Foreign Announces Who Features On His Debut Album “B.I.B.L.E”

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Drill Rapper Is Releasing His First Album

Rapper Fivio Foreign is set to release his debut album, B.I.B.L.E., on April 8, 2022, after it was delayed from its initial release date of March 25.

According to reports, Kanye West will act as the project's executive producer. The album will be the first from the New York-based artist, who has built up a following of 3 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

The Brooklyn-based rapper is known for his unique mix of trap and drill styles. His signature sound has garnered him a passionate following in the United States and abroad.

For his new project, Foreign shared a trailer on his Instagram account on Friday (April 1). In the video, Foreign says: “With this life, right? This life as a rapper, yeah this is work, right?

But at the same time, this is who you are. You might know me as daddy, you might know me as baby, you might know me as Fivey, you might know me as maxi, you all know me as different, but I'm me, I'm still me. I don't regret nothing. Even if right now all this shit stopped. All this shit stopped right here. I'm thankful, I'm thankful cause it happened.”

As of today, April 2, Foreign gave a shout-out to all the artists who contributed to his album by posting a photo of all of them on his Instagram page

“I wanna give a special S/O 2 all these artists that took the time out they life the b apart of this album. Sh*t mean a lot to a n**a like me coming from nothin. #BIBLE 4/8.”

Foreign debut album “B.I.B.L.E.” is set to feature appearances from Coi Leray, Quavo, KayCyy, Kanye West, Alicia Keys, Queen Naija, Chloe Bailey, A$AP Rocky, Lil Tjay, Polo G, Lil Yachty, Yung Bleu, Neyo, DJ Khaled, and .


Who is Fivio Foreign?

If you haven't heard of Fivio Foreign yet, that's about to change.

Fivio Foreign is an American rapper and songwriter from New York also known as Lite Fivio or Fivie. He was born Maxie Lee Ryles III on March 29, 1990. His music belongs to the rap and hip-hop genres, but he distinguishes himself with a style of rap known as “drill.”

He began rapping in 2011 under the name Lite Fivio before changing his name in 2013 to Fivio Foreign.

During an interview with , Fivio described how he earned his stage name. According to the rapper, the moniker's name came from a friend who referred to him as model ‘Fabio Lanzoni.'

The New Yorker started gaining traction and has been working his way up the charts after the release of his summer hit song “Big Drip” which was featured on his 2019 EPs Pain and Love and 800 B.C. It resulted in a remix featuring and Quavo.

The single “Big Drip” went quickly viral and garnered millions of streams across streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music and has racked up over 70 million views on YouTube. In that same year (2019), he also performed at the Rolling Loud Festival in New York alongside .

The 32-year-old signed a one-million-dollar record deal with Columbia Records in November 2019, in conjunction with American rapper Mase's record label RichFish Records.

The rising star had his Billboard debut in May 2020, when he was featured on 's song “Demons,” which reached number 34 on the Billboard Hot 100. Later the same month, he collaborated on the song “Zoo York” with Lil Tjay and Pop Smoke, which reached number 65 on the Hot 100.

In 2022 Fivio founded the non-profit organization named Foreignside Foundation with the mission of “offering positive services and programs for at-risk adolescents, the homeless, current and former gang-affiliated persons, and jailed inmates.”

Foreign works hard as a performer to convey authenticity to his audience. By being open about his personal life. believes Fivo Foreign's music will resonate deeply with listeners across the globe.

Written by: Silvia Tine

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