Fetty Wap takes it to the roads on “First Day Out”
Multi week after Fetty Wap delivered his new collection The Butterfly Effect on October 22, the “Mona Lisa” rapper was captured at Citi Field before a planned exhibition at Rolling Loud. Accused of moving, dispersing and selling “in excess of 100 kilograms of destructive and habit-forming drugs, including heroin and fentanyl,” Fetty was held in prison for quite a while, yet was in the end delivered on $500,000 bond.
In the weeks since his delivery, Fetty talked on possibly confronting a lifelong incarceration, and guaranteed that “assuming it ain’t life, it ain’t for eternity.”
The previous evening, Fetty dropped “First Day Out,” and tended to the piece of his life that landed him in steaming hot water. Rapping over substantial drums and uplifting piano circles, Fetty is serious and talks straightforwardly to the roads and both the individuals who upheld him, and the people who have gone despite his good faith.