Fetty Wap shares new single ‘Different Now’ – listen

He dropped it during a Facebook Live Q&A

Fetty Wap has shared a new single called ‘Different Now’.

The New Jersey rapper surprised fans with the song during a Facebook Live Q&A before releasing it onto Spotify and iTunes last night (August 18).

The track is produced by The Vinylz and Frank Dukes. Listen to it below, via Billboard.


Earlier this year, a high school principal was suspended after letting Wap film a music video at the school.

The video for Fetty’s single ‘Wake Up’ was shot East Side High School in Paterson, New Jersey. In it, a stripper dances on a pole inside a classroom. There are also numerous drug references, including banners and posters with the slogan “Go Team Kush” referring to a brand of marijuana.

Fetty, real name Willie Maxwell, dropped out of East Side High as a teenager in the Noughties. But he said in a statement that the video was meant to inspire local students.