In 2019, Fivio Foreign rose to prominence with his single “Big Drip,” which spawned a remix with rappers Lil Baby and Quavo. He’s signed to RichFish Records and Columbia Records, both owned by fellow New York rapper Mase.
Fivio was featured on Drake’s song “Demons,” which charted at 34 on the Billboard Hot 100 in May 2020, earning him his first Billboard-charting single. Later that month, he collaborated with Lil Tjay and Pop Smoke on the song “Zoo York,” which peaked at 65 on the Hot 100. In August 2021, he gained additional recognition for his appearance on Kanye West’s single “Off the Grid” from his tenth studio album.
Fivio’s career took off after the release of his single “Big Drip.” The track appears on his 2019 E.P.s Pain and Love and 800 B.C. In November, he signed a million-dollar record deal with Columbia Records in collaboration with American rapper Mase’s record label RichFish Records.
Fivio earned his first two Billboard-charting singles in May 2020, with appearances on Drake’s “Demons” and Lil Tjay’s “Zoo York.” The same month, Ryles founded the non-profit Foreignside Foundation, “dedicated to providing beneficial resources and programs for at-risk youth, the homeless, current and former gang-affiliated individuals, and incarcerated individuals.” Ryles was named to XXL’s 2020 Freshman Class on August 11, 2020. Throughout the remainder of 2020, he appeared on several songs by other artists.
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“My album gon’ be pushed back. I pushed it back one more time,” Fivio told fans. “This is the last time, though, for sure, It’s April 8. I just wanted to make that shit perfect. That shit is going to be viral. Stay tuned. That shit gon’ to be viral. April 8.”