Fetty Wap Streaming New Track 'My Environment'

(Radio.com) Fetty Wap returned to his roots with a new track called "My Environment," which he released earlier this week. The original Soundcloud post included two additional (but since removed) songs: "Queen of the Zoo" and "Westside" featuring Snoop Dogg, reported Billboard.

On "My Environment," Fetty pays tribute to the neighborhood he grew up in, Paterson, New Jersey. "And this is for my young n--s/ 'Cause of where we from all we know is our environment," he raps. "And you can't change what's understood/ And if it's all good then it's all good, I'ma rep my hood."

Fetty's lyrics also touch on providing for his family; at the end of March, Masika Kalysha gave birth to his daughter: "A couple million for my children, gotta get the cream," he raps. "I turned a thousand to a million, started with a dream."

It's unclear when the rest of his new tracks will re-emerge, but "My Environment" suggests that Fetty's back. Check it out here.

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