Victoria Monét’s single “FUCK” is actually about friendship

The singer described the song as a “nod to the millennial and Gen Z mindset.”

Victoria Monét has shared her new single, “FUCK,” which is an acronym for “Friend You Can Keep.”

The singer showcases her slinky vocals on the vibey song over laid-back drum beats and infectious synths. “I wanna be a friend you can keep / F-U-C-K, yeah, a friend you can keep, oh / I wanna be a friend you can keep / Uh, I’m just tryna jump your bones / We don’t gotta jump the broom, you know,” she croons.

Monét described “FUCK” as a “nod to the millennial and Gen Z mindset” in a press statement. “We do not have to be confined to traditional commitment ideals, and instead, embody the freedom to be intimate when and with whom we mutually please!


“I wanted to give that non-binding friendship intimacy an official name… the way we see it, if you’re never in a relationship, you technically can never break up,” she said. “It’s forever fun, it’s playful, it happens. So… F-U-C-K it!,” she added

Last year, Monét released her debut album Jaguar, which featured collaborations with Khalid and SG Lewis. The singer later enlisted Kehlani for a remix of album cut “Touch Me.”

Listen to Monét’s “FUCK,” below:


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