Last October, Fetty Wap's single "With You," which he collaborated with Norway/New Jersey DJ and production duo KDL, was released then quickly taken down for reasons that were never revealed.

Today (Jan. 24), the song is finally officially out and finds Fetty crooning about love. "Saved up some cash for you to blow it/Changed your old whip for a foreign/Changed your old n*gga, he was borin'/And you held it down when I was tourin'," he sings.

Since Fetty's colossal debut album that had multiple singles on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2015, the former XXL Freshman has been dropping new songs all throughout 2016. He released Money, Hoes & Flows with PnB Rock and followed that up with Zooviera solo tape that featured Fetty mainly rapping.

Back in August in an interview with XXL, Fetty discussed the difference between King Zoo, his upcoming sophomore album, and his debut LP.

"My first album was really for the world to get to know how I was, you know what I’m saying? For this album, I really sat down and tried to make something that people want to listen to a lot," he explained. "It’s going to be hard to turn this album off. They already play me a lot right now, so when I drop this album it’s going to be a lot more. I want to stay relevant and I want to stay Fetty Wap."

Bump "With You" above.

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