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“Fetty Luciano is GS9’s hidden gem.”

“Fetty Luciano is going harder than ever to ensure that both Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy’s names remain relevant within culture.”


23-year old Fetty Luciano (born Remy Marshall) spent three years of hard prison time before heading straight to the recording studio just 24 hours after his release on Dec. 7, 2017. The first member out from Brooklyn’s notorious GS9, he was determined to carry the torch for the crew and reinvigorate the excitement for The 9’s return. Fetty credits Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy as influences because they continue to push him as an artist. He also cites Mobb Deep and JAY-Z as inspirations for their lyricism and authenticity in telling street tales. Fetty discovered Kodak Black’s taste in production in 2015, and has been a fan ever since.

Fetty, who is from East Flatbush, better known as The ‘90s, got his rap name by combining his childhood nickname (“Fetty”) and his love for Italian mob movies (“Luciano”). The younger brother of Rowdy Rebel, Fetty debuted in January 2018, with “Shmoney Calling,” an anthem for all the hustlers getting to the shmoney, delivered over a sinister beat by Dondre Dennis and Dougie da God. “Ugly,” another banger that matches the energy of earlier GS9 songs, found Fetty namechecking GS9, citing how things could get uglier than Shabba Ranks if you test him. Fetty’s video cameos now include French Montana’s “Hot Nigga” (Remix) and “Don’t Panic”; Chinx’s “Bodies”; Rowdy’s “Computers”; and 6ix9ine’s “Keke” featuring Fetty Wap and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. Along the way, Luciano has earned credible co-signs from Casanova and Zoey Dollaz. Buzzing Brooklyn rapper Jay Critch even collabo­rated with Fetty on “Get It & Flip It,” which has over 423,000 plays on SoundCloud.

STORY TO TELL track list:
1. Blue Faces featuring Landstrip Chip
2. The Wave
3. FASHO featuring Gunna
4. No Love
5. Get My Bag
6. On the Wall featuring Bobby Shmurda
7. Don’t Go There
8. Going Down
9. Alive
10. Luciano


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