Fine China

Album: Wrld on Drugs (2018)
Charted: 26
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  • Porcelain is a particularly beautiful ceramic material, referred to as "fine china" in some English-speaking countries, as China was the birthplace of porcelain making. Here, Juice celebrates his eye-catching girlfriend by comparing her to the ceramic material.

    Shorty like a thousand dollar plate, fine china
    Tell her that she beautiful every day, I remind her


    Chris Brown made a similar comparison on his 2013 single of the same title. In Breezy's case he tells his girl:

    You're irreplaceable, a collectible
    Just like fine china
  • "Fine China" was the first song to be dropped from Future and Juice Wrld's collaborative mixtape Wrld on Drugs. It finds the pair of woozy rhymers reveling in their respective girlfriends. When Future takes the baton, he lifts the song into outer space as he talks about being willing to travel the solar system with his girl to make her happy.

    I'm goin' to Pluto with my girl
    I'm goin' to Jupiter with my girl
    I'm goin' to Mars with my girl
    I'm goin' to Saturn with my girl
    Been feelin' like I'm runnin' out of space


    Future seems to have run out of names of planets. (He could also have namechecked Mercury, Venus, Neptune and Uranus). We suspect that Pluto was the first one that came to his mind as he titled his 2012 debut album after the dwarf planet.
  • The hard-hitting bass-heavy production is courtesy of Wheezy. The Atlanta beatmaker is best known for his work on Lil Baby and Drake's "Yes Indeed." He is also a frequent collaborator with Young Thug.
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