At the turn of the century--maybe as late as 2006, when Nas dropped Hip Hop Is Dead...--your average rap fan from either coast might have lumped rappers from south of the Mason-Dixon line into one amorphous blob...
Fetty Wap has cited Gucci Mane as one of his main influences and the way he has been putting out music--rapidly and with no warning--only shows the power Gucci has despite the fact that he's currently sitting in a prison cell
Fetty Wap heads down south to join forces with Rich The Kid and Zaytoven for "Keep It 100." Over Zaytoven's patented key-heavy, booming production Rich The Kid spits venom with his quick-paced Migos-inspired flow while Fetty slows things down with his Northeast drawl that is making him arguably the hottest artist in the Tri-State area
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