In the clip, which was reposted to Toosii’s Instagram stories on Friday (May 26), Savage can be seen spitting bar after bar with ease and aplomb.
“I’m Mr. Get Out on Feet, 21/ He tried to run through the cut — boy, where you goin’?/ Get hawked down the street, 21/ Glock with a switch, hit a n-gga with a left hook, right hook, Muhammad Ali,” he raps on the track.
Before the clip cuts off, he adds: “On God, if you ain’t signing no major, you better off not even askin’ my fee/ Straight up/ That shit a couple hundred G’s, 21/ He a pussy cat like Garfield, stick make a n-gga do a cartwheel.”
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) May 27, 2023
While 21 Savage’s collab with Toosii hasn’t made it to wax yet, Toosii’s other collabs with Future have proven quite successful.
Hitting streamers earlier this month, the updated version sees Future telling his ex that he’d leave his new girl right now if she were to say anything bad about her – while also noting that he’s only with the new girl to get over his last.
“These bitches too smart to compete with you/ I’ma leave her right now if she mention you,” he sings. “Only fuckin’ on her just to get to you / Only fuckin’ on her ’cause we’re missin’ you!”
Both the new and previous versions of “Same Song” will be included on Toosii’s debut album NAUJOUR, set to be released on June 2. The 19-track effort will also feature 21 Savage and Khalid, as well as an interlude from Million Dollaz Worth of Game‘s Wallo.
Toosii has been in the studio with Future multiple times since 2022 and spoke to HipHopDX late last year about what the experience was like for him.
“Being in the studio with someone like Future you just gotta soak up the game and knowledge,” Toosii said. When asked if it was at all intimidating to be sharing studio space with some of his idols, Toosii was confident yet honest.
“Nah, cause I grew up with my idols,” he replied. “My idols was my brother and my dad. I never really idolized nobody else outside of them. I idolize the people that I love and the people I was with every day. So I’ve never really been the type of person to idolize those outside my home. But, being around such successful and hardworking artists is a different feeling. It shows you how successful you can be if you just stay consistent.”