American singer-songwriter and guitarist Fousheé has released a new track, “Simulation” from her second studio album, “softCORE.”
Born August 1, 1996, Fousheé came to wide notice when the vocals for her song “deep end” were used on a hit by rapper Sleepy Hallow in 2020.
In June 2020, Fousheé signed a record deal with RCA Records. In October of that year, Essence premiered Fousheé’s video for her track “By One.”
Billboard named Fousheé its R&B/hip-hop rookie of the month for March 2021. Her RCA debut album, time machine, was released in June 2021 on Trackmasters Entertainment/RCA Records.
Fousheé was named Apple’s Up Next Artist for that month and was the cover feature of Wonderland Magazine’s Summer 2021 issue.
Fousheé’s March 2021 single “gold fronts” featured Lil Wayne, and she featured on the 2021 Vince Staples track “Take Me Home,” performing it on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
In fall 2021 she toured with James Blake at venues including the Chicago Theatre and Radio City Music Hall. Her track and video for “Clap for Him” featured Lil Yachty.
In 2022, Fousheé collaborated with Steve Lacy on the single “Sunshine”, which she co-wrote, and also co-wrote the Billboard Hot 100 #1 song “Bad Habit,” both of which appeared on Lacy’s album Gemini Rights; she also collaborated with Ravyn Lenae.
In September, as Fousheé prepared for the release of her sophomore album softcore, Flaunt published a feature article and fashion spread picturing her in Prada, Loewe, Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabbana.