“FEFE” features a different flow from 6ix9ine, who seems to stray from his usual aggressive rapping style to calmer and more melodic waters, like he did on his track “GOTTI.”
The CuBeatz and Murda Beatz produced single is one that 6ix9ine expects to be another consecutive hit single to land on the Billboard Hot 100, giving him a perfect record of eight for eight. 6ix9ine’s claim to be the “King of New York” now has him recruiting the “Queen of New York,” and some would argue hip-hop itself, Nicki Minaj.
As of now, 6ix9ine, Nicki, and producer Murda Beatz have yet to give a response to producer ChaseTheMoney who in June had claimed the flow on FEFE sounded like Valee’s verse on Z Money & ChaseTheMoney’s “Two 16’s” in a string of tweets.
Although many fans do think that the flows sound very similar, it is still very unsure if Tekashi and Nicki purposely stole Valee’s flow since they haven’t responded to ChaseTheMoney’s claims at the moment.
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