The music video finds the three artists channeling Destiny’s Child and recreating some of their most iconic videos. Fivio appears throughout the whole video while Queen Naija handles her scene inspired by “Soldier” and Coi brings the heat for her “Say My Name”-inspired set up. At one point, all three come together in their camouflage army garb and put on their best “Survivor” performance.
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It’s only right that Fivio Foreign paid homage to the legendary group since he sampled them on his hit single. He also had to run the song by Beyoncé before putting it out, and according to Fivio, Bey had him make some changes due to his original version being too vulgar.
“Shoutout Destiny’s Child, appreciate that, they cleared that joint,” Fivio explained. “[John “Big John” Platt] and them. [Beyoncé] had to hear it. She heard it. It was a little vulgar, a little bit for her, at first. I cleaned it up, I cleaned it up, I cleaned it up a lot.
“It was like, ‘You can’t be talking about girls like that!’ Afterward, Big John and them explained to me, it’s a bigger record now and it made sense.”
B.I.B.L.E. was released on April 8 and executive produced by Kanye West. The album is also a star-studded affair with additional features from A$AP Rocky, Lil Yachty, Chloe, Polo G, DJ Khaled, Blueface and more.