Fefe Dobson was my bae, too.
Tekashi 6ix9ine’s “FEFE” track has finally shown its face to the masses. Surprisingly, it features Nicki Minaj — An artist that is very selective when it comes to who she works with, and honestly, I didn’t see a collaboration between her and the controversial 6ix9ine coming. But what’s even more surprising about “FEFE” is that Tekashi is actually using his inside voice on the track.
FEFE’s two biggest draws are the unorthodox flow that both Nicki and Tekashi use on their verses (both of them sound like they are being shocked by some jumper cables while they’re rapping) and the phenomenal chemistry the two rappers share. Literally, everything they say on this track catches your attention due to its appeal, especially when it comes to sex and gun-talk. While Tekashi’s rapping sounds a bit amateur (At least to me) on his two verses, I find Nicki’s contributions on her verse nearly flawless, as her punchlines are on point and her singing is plugged into places that actually works.
I like Tekashi when he’s using his inside voice!
OVERALL RATING (4/5)
Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.