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Fetty Wap Reportedly Leaves 300 Entertainment To Sign With 6ix9ine's Tr3yway

Fetty Wap is now a part of 6ix9ine's Tr3way movement.

With the start of a new season around the corner, Fetty Wap may have officially left behind 300 Entertainment to join Tekashi 69’s Tr3way Entertainment. On Sunday (Sept. 16), the 28-year old rapper was spotted hanging out with Shotti and other members of the Brooklyn label. The next day, rapper Alshawn Martin confirmed the news via his Instagram with a welcome message.

Martin posted a picture with the New Jersey-native, both of whom are wearing Tr3way necklaces, with the caption: "WELCOME MY BROTHER @fettywap1738 TO THE FAMILY #TR3YWAY LOOKED UP TO THIS MAN NOW WE DOING SONGS TOGETHER #BLESSED." (Neither the label nor Fetty Wap have personally spoken up about the news.)

If this is true, this wouldn’t be the first time that Fetty and Tekashi have worked together. Earlier this year, they linked up with A Boogie wit da Hoodie for the track “Keke,” which racked 100 million views on YouTube to date, earning the three artists a gold plaque.

Fetty Wap has yet to release the follow-up to his eponymous debut album which earned him the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 at the time of its release, selling over 2 million copies. He did announce last year that his second album would be called King Zoo and released two singles—“There She Go” and “KissWowie”—that may or may not be part of the sophomore effort. However, he hasn't given an official release date.

 

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During the interview, Soulja showed love for the new generation of rap, despite the culture's newfound trend of bad-mouthing hip-hop's current state.

"I feel it in my heart, man. It's a beautiful thing" starts Soulja. "Lot of careers, a lot of money, a lot of sisters, a lot of fans, a lot of new waves, new music, new vibes. That's what it was all about," he adds, acknowledging how his entry to the game broke down the barriers for the new class to follow.

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The 12-minute video also sees the Atlanta-bred rapper also discussing a number of interesting topics including his love for anime, the law of attraction, how he defines romance and more. Last month, Soulja Boy inked a new deal with Entertainment One, adding his name to an already reputable roster alongside The Game, Snoop Dogg and Ghostface Killah. Prior to this deal, Soulja Boy was releasing music through his own label SODMG.

It’s official. I’m signed to @eOneMusicUS thank you to all my fans. Let’s go! I promise to keep dropping new music and working hard 🔥

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Offset Sends Regrets To Cardi B Following Their Public Split While Cardi B Defends Herself To The Public

With the adventures of Cardi-Set on a fast decline, succeeding the public announcement of the newly married couples recent split, Offset penned a sincere adjacent message to Belcalis.

Using 17-of-the- 280 characters Twitter allows, the Migos rapper inscribed a five-word message to the "Be Careful" emcee. "F**k yall I miss Cardi," he wrote in eager capitals.

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