Faiyaz is on pace to score his first No. 1 album with “WASTELAND” – if Bad Bunny doesn’t beat him, that is.
Recently, 26-year-old Brent Faiyaz shared his development to his last LP, 2017’s Sonder Son, and after the main week deals projections were divulged yesterday, it looks like the R&B star might actually make a big appearance at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 outline.
He shared singles like “GRAVITY” highlighting Tyler, The Creator, “Doomed soul,” “Value OF FAME,” and “Fooling around” with Drake and The Neptunes in front of his work’s July presentation, and we’ve proactively highlighted titles like “Spare change” and “GHETTO GATSBY” in a joint effort with Alicia Keys. Presently however, we have one more suggestion for you.
On “ROLLING STONE,” Faiyaz sings, “I learned the game from some heavyweights / Catching buses, making change from another play (Change) / I still got demons from my younger days / I wish I could shake ’em but they follow me,” later going on to address those who have accused him of “gaslighting” them in the past.
“Ask my mother, I been hustling since the sandbox/I’m a drifter,” he reminds audience members.
Stream Brent Faiyaz’s Wasteland album here, and check out “ROLLING STONE” on Spotify, Apple Music, or Soundcloud below.
Blame that on my mother
I can’t go nowhere that’s less than me
Ask my lovers, I’m troubled First I’m exciting then I’m gaslighting, make up your mind
I’m rich as f*ck and I ain’t nothing at the same time