Rapper Fourtee Is All About The “Hustle” On His Latest Single

On his new single “Hustle”, rising rapper Fourtee delves into the struggles he’s faced in the past. The Los Angeles-based artist has come a long way, having dealt with the ups and downs of life, while also trying to pursue a career in music. Growing up in the projects, Fourtee had ambitions and never stopped pushing himself to achieve greater goals. Nowadays, the once aspiring A&R uses his craft to inspire other young artists looking to dive into the music industry. 

In 2015, Fourtee put out his first song on SoundCloud titled “23” and a few years later, he returned with a slew of singles including “Flamez” and “Freeze”. The latter song went viral on social media when it was discovered that just a few years prior, the rapper used to be a driver for a number of artists including Lil Uzi Vert, DJ Khaled and the late Nipsey Hussle. From there, the track was hand selected by Steve Stoute and Kevin Durant to be included on the NBA 2K20 soundtrack. A year later, his single “Talk To Me Nice” made it onto the NBA 2K21 soundtrack.

Fourtee considers music as a way of expressing how he feels. “Music for me is therapy,” he says. While he looks up to artists like Jay-Z, Drake and Travis Scott, he draws inspiration from Biggie. “He was 100% himself and raw and uncut and that was the first rapper I gravitated towards.” The rapper is also looking to expand his horizons beyond music and dabble into business. With a clothing line already making waves (Wxrld Leaders), Fourtee can add business savvy to his resume. “I have tons of business ideas and I can always see a larger vision of how to innovate in this entertainment world and merge music with fashion, art, tech, food, culture.”

Listen to “Hustle” below and be on the lookout for Fourtee’s upcoming project “Glory In The Jungle”, set for release later this year.

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