Jet Life’s Fendi P (formerly known as Cornerboy P) recently dropped a new album titled Late Nights, Early Mornings. Following its May release, the New Orleans rhymer is back to premiere a video for one its standout tracks — the Mary Gold-assisted “Dance With The Devil” on HipHopDX.
“The inspiration behind the video comes from the overall tone the record, sort like on some devilish playa shit,” P told DX. “By it being the first song on the album, I wanted to set the bar a little higher! Mary Gold was the right choice for the song because as soon as I recorded my verse, I heard her on it! I was like, ‘They would love it!’ They haven’t heard us together since ‘Designer Drugs.’ She’s a person that could take your record to a place you want it to be at without having to tell her. She’s dope as fuck!”
When it comes to switching his moniker from Cornerboy P to Fendi P, the veteran MC didn’t view it as any big overhaul his brand.
“It really wasn’t much a change if you think about it because my first project on Jet Life Recordings was Fendi P,” he noted. “People have always called me that. As I evolve more as an artist, I want to do more in and out my community. I felt like the name swap would be just that much greater, but they know I’m still a Cornerboy!”
As he embarks on a new era his career, P made sure to put his all into Late Nights, Early Mornings. The album features marquee names like Lil Wayne, Curren$y and Project Pat.
“The difference between Late Nights, Early Mornings and all my other projects is that I treated this like it was my kid,” he said with a laugh. “I nurtured this MF’r! Like, it’s really a great body work. From the production to my content to the mixing and mastering, it’s all A1! So, if you haven’t checked it out, you missing out!”
Stream P’s latest project below.