Fetty Wap is a product of “My Environment.” The Remy Boy makes this clear on his latest song, which he debuted on Tuesday night. Fresh off his win at the iHeartRadio Music Awards and 11 Billboard Music Awards nominations, Zoovier boasts about turning a “dollar to a million,” buying his 10th Mercedes, and copping a $1.2 million crib. But despite the money and fame, he hasn’t forgotten where he came from.
“This is for my young ni**as, ’cause of where we from, all we know is our environment / And you can’t change what’s understood / And if it’s all good, then it’s all good,” he raps, throwing in a nod to Biggie’s “Juicy.”
Earlier in the evening, Fetty dropped two other tracks, “Queen of the Trap” and “Westside” featuring Snoop Dogg, which have since been removed from SoundCloud.
While fans await his sophomore album, you can catch Fetty on the road this summer including BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Exeter on May 28 and 29.