Trendsetter is so excited to be working with award-winning Atlanta rapper & star producer FKi 1st after he dropped the video for his Good Gas standout single “How I Feel” featuring 2 Chainz and A$AP Ferg.
The video follows 1st and featured rapper 2 Chainz as famous auto racers stunting on the press in a garage full of women and reporters, and cuts to 1st and Ferg lighting flares and blunts with blowtorches in a boiler room.
Following the announcement of a collaboration with Grammy nominee Travis Scott on a sequel to the Days Before Rodeo standout “Drugs You Should Try It,” the video has already amassed almost 200K views on YouTube.
The track is a standout single off of the Good Gas Vol. 1 playlist (Mad Decent) and certainly won’t be the last we hear from him; his production has already yielded more than 10 Gold and Multi-Platinum records.
FKi 1st is an award-winning producer, songwriter, DJ and artist influencing sound and culture, infusing Atlanta trap with melodic instrumentation. His work has yielded more than 10 Gold and Multi-Platinum hit records including 2 Chainz “Watch Out,” Post Malone “White Iverson,” Post Malone ft. Justin Bieber “Deja Vu,” Jeremih ft. Lil Wayne “All the Time,” Iggy Azalea “Work,” Travis Porter ft. Tyga “Ayy Ladies,” as well as a diverse catalog of releases with Ariana Grande, Travis Scott, Kanye West, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Yachty, Migos, Mac Miller, Ty Dolla Sign, Diplo, Flosstradamus, Party Favor, and more.
Most recently, he produced hits like 2 Chainz “OG Kush Diet” and “Realize” ft. Nicki Minaj, A. Chal “Love n Hennessy,” Famous Dex ft. A$AP Rocky “Pick it Up,” and he executive produced the now 2x Platinum debut album Stoney by Post Malone.
1st released his debut EP “First Time For Everything” on Diplo’s label Mad Decent and toured with Fetty Wap, Post Malone, Justin Bieber, and Diplo. As a DJ, he also played Coachella, Mad Decent Block Party, Low End Theory, Control, Trap City, and more.
1st attended Full Sail University for audio engineering and got his start as an intern and engineer at several top studios in his hometown of Atlanta. Up next, he has several new projects releasing under his Zooly the Label imprint in 2018.