Fetty Wap, Red Cafe & Fabolous join forces for “Jackpot.” Seemingly uniting under the name Dope Team, this east coast trio fits well together on this laid back Hip-Hop tune. I’m enjoying this street single and I wouldn’t mind hearing more from the three. Stream “Jackpot” below.
DJ Envy enlists DJ Sliink & Fetty Wap for “Text Ur Number” DJ Envy is well known for his role on Power 105’s ‘The Breakfast Club,’ but when he isn’t going back and forth with Angela Yee and Charlamagne, you might catch him making music. He returns with the bass heavy, Jersey Club transitioning “Text . . .
Watch an alternate version to Fetty Wap’s “Flip Phone” visuals Yesterday, Fetty Wap gave us his first King Zoo single and Mad Max-themed video, “Aye.” At the end of the video it showed a “to be continued” screen with Fetty Wap driving off with the leading lady. Something was up as the “Flip Phone” audio began . . .
It’s a post-apocalyptic get down for Fetty Wap’s new visuals RGF leader, Fetty Wap, hit us with hits us with his new single, “Aye,” and the accompanying music video at once. Fetty drops this as the first single from his upcoming sophomore album, King Zoo, set for release under RGF/300 Entertainment June 7th. While offering glimpses his . . .
Fetty Wap gets in on today’s festivities and drops “420.” Whether you partake or not, press play and enjoy his The Loudpack-produced track below.
Fetty Wap follows up the pop-centric “With You” with the gritty hi-hop fueled “Island Boy.” With a quick nod to Juvenile‘s “Back That Ass up” flow, Fetty continues is trek towards the forthcoming King Zoo album. Listen to the Ace Bankz-produced song below.
Fetty Wap drops a romantic trap ballad, “With You.” An electronic-leaning pop sound is present on Fetty Wap‘s new single “With You” which was previously leaked. EDM producer, KDL, gives this one the synthetic edge and crossover appeal that might sit well with the young listeners that Fetty Wap is trying to grab hold of . . .
Fetty Wap links with frequent collaborator, Monty, for his new single, “Way You Are.” The two have a been a successful musical dynamic, so far, and show no signs of stopping. “Way You Are” plays as follow up to Fetty’s Nicki Minaj-featuring “Like a Star” single, which dropped in December. Both of these songs are expected to appear . . .
Fetty Wap links with Nicki Minaj to release their new collaboration, “Like A Star.” For Minaj fans, it arrives on the heels of “Black Barbies,” a rework of Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles,” and right in time for Nicki’s 34th birthday. This tropically tinged track features the Queens-raised rapper likening herself to some other heavyweight contenders. . . .
Z made her debut with us a little over a year ago with “Nobody’s Better” featuring Fetty Wap. Now, she returns with the Zoo Gang leader to release visuals for her single. The two share a solid chemistry on camera with choreographed numbers, Lamborghinis on set, and a beautiful mansion setting all leading up to a . . .
With the King Zoo album in the works, Fetty Wap works to keep anticipation high by dropping the “Make You Feel Good” music video. With fiery and space-themed backdrops, Zoovier looks to light things up this 4th quarter. Watch below.
Fetty Wap is back on the map with a new mixtape called Zoovier. The New Jersey native’s new drop comes in at 19 tracks total, and features plenty of his distinct singing style along with features from the likes of 21 Savage and the Remy Boyz. Stream Zoovier below.
Fetty Wap tells us a few of his favorite things If you’ve been wondering what Fetty Wap was into, he makes it clear on “Shit I Like.” The melodious RGF leader taps right hand man, Monty, to join him on the Ace Bankz production. “Yeah, I’m so icy just like Guwop, that’s that shit I . . .
As fans wait patiently for his sophomore album, Fetty Wap drops a new single called “With You.” He slides his well-branded vocals and ad libs around the largely pop/EDM based instrumental. Listen to the KDL-produced song below. HHNM
When it comes to treating the ladies, Fetty Wap claims to be king I was worried about Fetty Wap as I couldn’t find a single that stuck and made feel the same magic and impact as the debut album’s campaign, but I think he may have done with his latest offering. “Make You Feel Good” . . .