Fivio Foreign Taps The Kid LAROI for New Track and Video "Paris to Tokyo"

The cut samples Far East Movement and Ryan Tedder’s “Rocketeer.”

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Following collaborations with artists including Nicki Minaj, Polo G, Chris Brown and Key Glock earlier this year, Fivio Foreign has enlisted The Kid LAROI for a new track, dubbed “Paris to Tokyo,” and an accompanying music video. The duo debuted the cut at London’s Wireless Festival last week before announcing that the single would receive an official release.

The visual sees the pair delivering bars, which sample Far East Movement and Ryan Tedder’s “Rocketeer,” among a myriad of swerving cars in an empty lot and partygoers in a prismatic club.

“Paris to Tokyo” hits streamers just three months following Fivio’s debut album  B.I.B.L.E., which features executive production by Kanye West. The 17-track record features guest appearances from Ye, A$AP RockyLil Yachty, Polo G, DJ KhaledCoi Leray, Lil Tjay, Chlöe, Blueface, Quavo, Yung Bleu, Ne-Yo, KayCyy, Queen Naija and more.

Fivio previously confirmed that he has plans to drop a deluxe edition of the record, though he has not confirmed a release date for the project. It’s unclear whether “Paris to Tokyo” will appear on that tracklist.

In the meantime, watch Fivio Foreign’s “Paris to Tokyo” video with The Kid LAROI above.

Elsewhere in music, watch FKJ perform an intimate Tiny Desk concert for NPR.

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