Fetty Wap has shared a surprise new single called ‘Flip Phone’.
The New Jersey rapper dropped ‘Flip Phone’ yesterday (November 26) with its accompanying video, which shows him laying down the track in the recording studio as his friends dance along.
‘Flip Phone’ doesn’t appear on Fetty Wap’s latest mixtape ‘Zoovier’, which debuted on November 21, which suggests it could be a taster for one of the rapper’s future projects.
The rapper’s self-titled debut album came out in September of last year (2015), spawning the hit singles ‘Trap Queen’, ‘679’ and ‘My Way’.
Watch his ‘Flip Phone’ video below.
Earlier this year, a high school principal was suspended after letting Fetty Wap film a music video at the school.
The video for Fetty Wap’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. However, he said in a statement that the video was meant to inspire local students.