Fetty Wap Joins RGF’s Newcomer 4K Tay On His Debut Mixtape “No Rap Cap”

Helmed by CEO Nitt Da Gritt, RGF Productions has been a mainstay in the Hip Hop scene for the past several years with breakout music superstar Fetty Wap. For all of his massive mainstream success, Remy Boy Monty has also made a name for himself, also releasing notable hits. As of late, RGF has shined the spotlight on their emerging acts, namely the duo known as Guwii Kidz, who recently released their single “Please Don’t Call Me,” featuring Fetty Wap at the tail end of 2018. 

Now, with the new year in full swing, RGF Productions brings 4K Tay to the forefront. Having been earning his stripes amongst the collective for some time now, the newcomer is ready for his time in the spotlight. This comes in the form of his debut project No Rap Cap, which was premiered by HotNewHipHop. The 15-track project features guest appearances by his RGF brethren including Fetty Wap. Speaking with HNHH, 4K Tay shared that maintaining authencity was the inspiration behind this tape, sharing: “I really wasn’t going to take rap serious. I’m hearing these rap songs everyday and these dudes are rapping [about] my life and I know for a fact some of them are lying. Thats where the No Rap Cap shit comes about. Cause the shit i’m talking about, i’m speaking all facts. I’m giving to them folks like that. 

Twitter: @4kTay @fettywap

The duo are from Paterson, NJ The Guwii Kidz links with Fetty Wap for new visual ‘Please Don’t Call Me’

With the 4th quarter of 2017 in full swing, RGF Productions continue to add more points to their lead with the release of “Please Don’t Call Me,” by the Guwii Kidz. Consisting of Guwii Mitch & 23, the duo is joined by fellow Paterson, NJ native and label mate Fetty Wap on the Tall Ted produced single.

Already a fixture on radio and online, the Guwii Kidz first made their mark in 2015 with the viral hit, “In The Kitchen.” With that said, the new track incorporates the signature bounce and melodic sounds that have made RGF world famous. “Please Don’t Call Me” appears on the duo’s self-titled debut project hosted by DJ Holiday. The mixtape is currently available on Spotify, iTunes and all other streaming platforms.

Twitter: @GuwiiKidz @fettywap

With Fetty Wap (on the hook), Teenear Drops Video for R&B Pop single “Love Me or Leave Me”

 

This song was produced by Louis Bell – who also produced Post Malone’s “Congratulations” and DJ Snake ft. Justin Bieber’s “Let Me Love You.”
Set in a high school, Teenear’s “Love Me Or Leave Me” visual starts with the singer, her friends and potential beau sneaking out of detention for a day of fun. The video was directed by Michael Garcia – who also directed Kodak Black “Tunnel Vision” and Kodak Black’s “Patty Cake.”
“If only it all wasn’t a set! I’d live to take over my old school for a day in real life.” – Teenear
 

follow Teenear online via @Teenearr

Fetty Wap Releases Post-Apocalyptic Video For “Aye”



“Aye”
sees Fetty Wap firing on all cylinders. Tapping into the same raw and wild energy that drove his RIAA triple-platinum star-making self-titled full-length debut back in 2015, he goes hard on a hypnotic beat, running down a long list of platinum hits before cooking up another anthemic and undeniable hook. It’s classic Wap through and through, properly sparking “King Zoo Season”