Fousheé has enlisted the one and only Lil Wayne for her new single, “Gold Fronts.”
In the accompanying video treatment, directed by Edgar Esteves, the duo joyfully stumble through a liquor store and hang out with friends in a parking lot. “I got plans and they’re all piled up / And I think this year had a personal vendetta / There’s always 2031,” she sings.
Wayne keeps the optimism going in his verses: “They can’t take my gold fronts / They can’t take these white cups that I just poured up / They can’t take these gold teeth / They can’t take this gold leaf that I just rolled up.”
Speaking with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, Fousheé revealed the smooth collaboration started with a DM from Weezy. “I threw out the idea to work and he was with it, and I was so shocked. This is someone that I listen [to],” she said, per Complex.
“I thought it was the most beautiful verse I heard from him in a long time,” Fousheé added. “I thought he really put his heart and soul into that. And it was a different side of him that we haven’t seen in a while.”
Earlier this year, Fousheé also guested on Wayne’s single “Ain’t Got Time,” and appeared on Pink Siifu and Fly Anakin’s new joint EP, $mokebreak. Meanwhile, Wayne recently teamed up with Calboy for “Miseducation.”
Watch the video for “Gold Fronts” below: