Brent Faiyaz & Alicia Keys Make Magic On “GHETTO GATSBY”
Faiyaz also connected with Drake, The Neptunes, Tyler, The Creator, Joony, and more for his “Wasteland” album.
Another noteworthy collaboration comes in the form of “GHETTO GATSBY” with Alicia Keys, which finds the R&B diva closing the track out with some confident, flirtatious bars.
“I’m feeling really nice / Good views, good weed, wearing plenty ice / Blew 300 thousand on me yesterday / Know me baby, you can check my resume,” she closes the catchy song out. “Been rich been paid, all this art inspire me / Been fire, can’t nobody fire me.”
All-in-all, Faiyaz’s album has 19 tracks for you to stream (many of which listeners have already been raving about online) – check out the full Wasteland project here, and listen to “GHETTO GATSBY” on Spotify, Apple Music, or Soundcloud below.
I’m feeling really nice
Good views, good weed, wearing plenty ice
Blew 300 thousand on me yesterday
Know me baby, you can check my resume
Been rich been paid, all this art inspire me
Been fire, can’t nobody fire me
Been I, we know who you tryna be
Dumb fly, ain’t nobody high as me
Baby I’m a choosy lover, Isley
Rely on me like pages in your diary