F Ck Love Savage Wiki
F*ck Love (stylised in all caps) is the debut commercial mixtape by Australian rapper and singer the Kid Laroi. The album was released digitally on 24 July 2020, by Grade A Productions and Columbia Records. Production was handled by twenty-one record producers, including Benny Blanco, Bobby Raps, Cashmere Cat and Taz Taylor. It features guest appearances from Corbin Smidzik, Juice Wrld and Lil Mosey. A deluxe edition of the mixtape, titled F*ck Love (Savage), was released on 6 November 2020. F*ck Love received a nomination for Best Hip Hop Release at the 2020 ARIA Music Awards. It reached number one on the Australian ARIA album chart in February 2021, making the Kid Laroi the youngest Australian solo artist to reach number one on the chart.
The mixtape was preceded by two singles: "Go", and "Tell Me Why", with the former song featuring the late Juice Wrld, who was also the Kid Laroi's mentor before his passing.
Outside of the two aforementioned singles, the mixtape's only other post release single was "Need You Most (So Sick)", which samples and interpolates the popular single from Ne-Yo, "So Sick".
In Australia, F*ck Love debuted at number three on the ARIA chart. In its 28th week in February 2021, the album reached number one, and at 17 years, 5 months and 22 days, the Kid Laroi became the youngest Australian solo artist to hit number one on the ARIA album chart and the second male indigenous solo artist to top the chart after Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu.In the US, F*ck Love debuted at number eight on the Billboard 200 chart, earning 40,000 album-equivalent units (including 7,000 copies as pure album sales) in its first week. The album became Laroi's first US top-ten debut. The album also accumulated at total of 49.39 million on-demand streams of the album's songs that week. Following the release of the deluxe version, the project reached a new peak of number three, earning 52,000 equivalent album units.
F*ck Love (Savage)
A deluxe edition of the mixtape was released on 6 November 2020. Titled F*ck Love (Savage), it includes seven new songs, including the previously released single "So Done", as well as appearances from YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Internet Money, Marshmello, and Machine Gun Kelly. The release was accompanied with a surprise music video for the track, "Always Do", as well as the following single, “Without You”. According to ABC, the release of F*ck Love (Savage) is an opposite to the original mixtape; "where the original mixtape had Laroi focusing on love and loss, the new material featured here sees him coming from a different space, reflecting the personal changes he's undergone in the last year".
Credits adapted from Tidal.
All tracks are stylized in all caps.
"Booty Call", "Bathroom" and "Wish You Well" contains vocals from Devenity Perkins.
"Selfish" contains additional vocals from Joy.Charts
F*ck Love at Discogs (list of releases)