King Push is back with a vengeance.
King Push: Darkest Before Dawn is set to be released December 18th and he’s just given us another nasty track from it. He stopped by Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show to premiere the second single “M.F.T.R” from the album, which features artist and hitmaker, The Dream. “M.F.T.R.” stands for “more famous than rich,” which he incorporates in every verse on the track.
After liberating the song, he briefly spoke with Zane Lowe about it:
“‘M.F.T.R.’ was just how I was feeling in regards to the music industry — just the world today. I feel like a lot of people are in positions where they act a certain way or they’re acting like their lifestyle is so grandiose, it comes full circle and people understand that it’s not that. … People [nowadays] are way more famous than rich. That’s not something I’ve been in the music game for. … It’s about flourishing!”
Listen to the track below, which was produced by Frank Dukes and Boi-1da.