For most of his career, Nickelus F has borne the burden of being an early Drake collaborator how has yet to attain the same level of notoriety as his former co-conspirator. In Nickelus' new song "YEAYEA," he addresses that stigma within the first 30 seconds: "They said I wouldn't make it out my city, 'You used to have songs with Drizzy, look at him and look at you, what a pity.'"
Just the latest in a series of great, powerful tracks from the Virginia native, "YEAYEA" has a second half that contains some of F's most adept rapping yet -- spitting breathless bars off a seemingly limitless supply of oxygen.
No guidance, no license, mindless, snortin' Vicodins
Callin' 'em vitamins, he told me 'chill,' I drew a knife on him
Mama raised me up in the church, was full of righteousness
Grew up, now my mind is polluted with all these sciences