Don Toliver Only Wants Kali Uchis On Their New Collab “4 Me”
Don Toliver and Kali Uchis are still going strong, as a couple and collaborators. Since the release of 2021's “Drugs N Hella Melodies,” they've proven that their relationship status has only furthered worked to their favor whenever they step into the booth together. And while both have them have proven successful when working together, they've left fans longing for them to return with a new collaboration.
It seems as though fans could expect new heat from the couple in the near future. Don Toliver is currently gearing up for the release of his follow-up to 2021's Life Of A Don, which is expected to drop soon. He previously shared details about the upcoming project, Lovesick, during an interview in 2022, where he confirmed his partner, Kali, has an appearance. He also indicated that the project embodies his creativity more than it has before. “I'm just now getting to where I really wanted to be: futuristic R&B and soul,” he told GQ.
Don Toliver & Kali Uchis Reunite On Wax For “4 Me”
This morning, Don Toliver shared his first single of 2023, “4 Me” ft. Kali Uchis. In contrast to the moody soundscape of “Drugs N Hella Melodies,” “4 Me” is an upbeat bop that carries a Neptunes-esque influence, thanks to the sample from Beenie Man's “Girls Dem Sugar.” With Wheezy holding down the production, Toliver and Uchis bring sultry yet muddy feel that sounds ready for the summer. On top of that, the record also provided a candid look into the couple's otherwise private relationship.
Fortunately, it appears that this won't be the last we hear from Don Toliver and Kali Uchis in the near future. While “4 Me” will appear on Lovesick, Kali and the Houston artist have something on her album. Her new album, Red Moon In Venus will drop on March 3rd with Don Toliver appearing on the single, “Fantasy.” Hopefully, it drops before the album's official release. For now, we'll have “4 Me” on steady rotation. Check the new song above.
I let her tell it, she say she fed up
I'm like, “Whatever,” when she mad, the sex better
I put the diamond on your face, Rockefeller
I put the meat in you and now we eat together