A mere six days after dropping the pre-Thanksgiving mixtape Zoovier, Fetty Wap has released the track and accompanying video “Flip Phone.” The track, which takes its name from obsolete ‘90s technology, was produced by Protégé Beatz and was not included on Zoovier. The clip for “Flip Phone” finds Fetty, Montana Bucks, Khaos, P. Dice and the rest of the Remy Boyz alternating between the studio and a cityscape while flaunting cash, jewelry and partaking in their share of blunts and Hennessy, as the hook suggests.
“I’m gonna stack it all to the ceiling,” Fetty Wap sings, with the familiar harmonies that netted him a top 10 Billboard hit with 2015’s “Trap Queen.”
The release of Zoovier wrapped up a busy year for Fetty Wap, as the Patterson, New Jersey resident appeared on Season 3 of the VH1 reality vehicle Love & Hip Hop Hollywood with the mother of his child, Masika Kalysha. Additionally, the 300 Entertainment artist essentially bookended the second half of 2016 with mixtapes, as July saw the release of Fetty Wap and PnB Rock’s collaborative effort, Money, Hoes, and Flows.
Meanwhile, August's official retail single “Different Now” is still available via iTunes and other streaming services. Zoovier can be streamed free of charge on Fetty Wap’s official Soundcloud page. Fetty Wap is scheduled to wrap up 2016 with shows in New York on Dec. 2 and Oakland on Dec. 18.