The rapper appeared his sophomore task including visitor vocals from Bas, Wyclef Jean, Vince Staples, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.
Cost started the rollout of his sophomore task F.O.E.S. by sharing the singles “Egotistical” including Bas and Wyclef Jean, and “Amistad.” On the creation of the tune, he clarified that it depended on a genuine story from living nearby to a bigoted family that he used to conflict with frequently.
“I chose to take a portion of the scenes from that time and do what I excel at with them; transform them into a melody. The tune plays on the occasions of the film Amistad as we’re currently in the current assuming control over the slave transport as they did in the film,” he clarified
He opens the task with the stupendous episodic presentation track “F.R.E.E. On Evans Street,” and circles back to the smooth tribute to cherish, delightful ladies, and conviction “Brilliant.” He spits on the track, “Told my mothers I’ll be the best at any point like a sign,” and it’s hard not to accept the skilled rapper as he unhesitatingly rhymes over the vibey beat.
Different features from the 12-track project incorporate the fun cut “Position” with Rino Bideaux, the filthy fifth track “Amistad,” and the road song of devotion “Issue” including Vince Staples. His stream on “Awful Dreams” is likewise another feature worth referencing, as he plainly skates over the beat. Look at the F.O.E.S. tracklist underneath and give it a tune in. Obviously, let us understand your opinion down in the remarks!