Fetty Wap has dropped a weed-inspired new track titled "Roll Sum Up," the New Jersey rapper's latest collaboration with Kid Ink. The pair previously paired in April on the DJ Mustard-produced "Promise."
Arriving just two weeks too late to celebrate 4/20, the rapper rhymes on the breezy track, "She could tell it by the look in my eyes / All a nigga ever do is get high," Wap sings on the hook. "Countin' money with my niggas, stay fly / Run the game, my niggas bang, that's no lie."
While "Promise" is destined for Kid Ink's Summer in the Winter, it's unclear what the fate of "Roll Sum Up" is, either as a leftover cut or a track penciled in for the follow-up to Fetty's chart-topping self-titled debut due out this fall. The rapper hasn't stopped making music since his self-titled debut dropped in September 2015, releasing cuts like the Metro Boomin-produced "Not Poppin'" with Monty, "Wake Up," "Zoovie Zoo" and "Instant Friend."
In addition to his prolific music career, Wap is also getting into the app business with a new mobile game called Nitro Nation Stories, which was released to Apple and Google devices on Tuesday. The racing game, which features Wap's likeness and music, also boasts a "Real Rewards" mode that allows players to earn in-game currencies that could be exchanged for Fetty-signed paraphernalia, concert tickets and more, Billboard reports.