Rapper Fetty Wap is a very busy man. This year, he will launch his new album, "King Zoo", which he worked on with Jhene Aiko. Aside from that, he is collaborating with fashion brand Control Sector to create a clothing line called "By Order Of", which will be launched later in March.
The 25-year-old rapper has a lot of projects going on right now. Currently, he is working with singer Jhene Aiko for his new album, "King Zoo". According to Billboard, Fetty Wap hopes to top his platinum LP record with another one this year. "This album is more like a love story album," he told the publication. He also explained that many of his female fans appreciate his love songs, so he's planning to produce more this year.
He also said that he sent Jhene Aiko a song for her to feature in and that the single was made specifically for her. Jhene Aiko fortunately loved the song and agreed to work with Fetty Wap, who is also working with Nicki Minaj on the same album. Fetty Wap has worked with many other singers before, but he did say previously that he wanted to do a single with his idol, Gucci Mane.
Aside from working on his album, Fetty Wap is also focused on his clothing line, which he will call, "By Order Of". The "Trap Queen" singer teamed up with streetwear brand Control Sector to launch his new business. He told the Vibe that he had the idea for his fashion brand two years ago. He said that he got his first Control Sector jacket when he was stuck in a wheel chair for six months and it was winter. Then, in summer, he received another Control Sector package.
The "My Way" rapper eventually contacted the company in order to create a partnership for a fashion line. When asked about the name of his brand, Fetty Wap revealed that he got it from the old gangster movies where they would say "By order of" when they put on a hit on someone. He said he wanted his line to be "by order of Fetty Wap".
The "By Order Of" fashion line will be laid back streetwear and it will be launched at Footaction stores later this March. Fetty Wap will follow this up with his "King Zoo" album launch later in April. In the meantime, the rapper will be working on other singles and new collaborations with other music artists.