Unlike his other feeler track "On the Wall," Fetty Luciano, the younger sibling of Rowdy Rebel, is less aggressive on his 2nd outing. Fetty has the backing of Def Jam Recordings, who gave him an undisclosed allowance to pursue a long distance feature. Out of all potential donors, he chose Gunna of YSL Records, a rapper of dexterous quality with an eagerness to work "abroad."
I suspect that Gunna regrets handing out business cards now that his phone is ringing at an unsustainable rate. The real threat of deceit comes from those bankrolling the project, a mixtape titled Story to Tell. Within the year it took him to reacclimate himself after a 3 year prison sentence, Fetty built up the courage to abandon his first love, basketball.
He then refocused his attention on the family business, a cross he must bear all by myself with Rowdy Rebel and Bobby Shmurda both withheld from action. "I got a story. And I’m hoping y’all feel me," says Fetty. "I want them to hear my words. Y’all heard Bobby and Rowdy’s story, now hear the same story through my eyes."
I buss in her mouth she a whore
Then I let her go shop in Dior
Since a kid they been praying for your boy.
They ain't think I would make it this far