After taking a trip across the pond, Brent Faiyaz has dropped a new single entitled “Fuck The World (Summer In London).” The multifaceted musician returns to his home state of Maryland with a new perspective on respect and loyalty, voicing his introspective thoughts in a moody three-and-a-half-minute cut.
Utilizing sonic textures, Faiyaz alters his regular lead vocals with pitch-shifting technology, creating a somber mood for his new motto. Further pushing his agenda is his desire for an environment free of freeloaders and social climbers (“Don’t come around, if you ain’t close to me / I ain’t built like them, you gotta work for me”), and while it sounds harsh, it doesn’t seem like Faiyaz has a problem cutting off those looking for a free ride as he makes his way to the top.
Stream Brent Faiyaz’s “Fuck The World (Summer In London)” on Spotify and Apple Music below.
In other new music releases, listen to Conway the Machine and Eminem’s new track “Bang.”