Fetty Wap shares ‘The Butterfly Effect’ album cover art and release date

Fetty Wap has yet to reveal the tracklist or any singles

It’s been six years since Fetty Wap dropped his eponymous debut album and the rapper is now about to deliver his second studio release. On Wednesday (October 13), Fetty took to Instagram to share the artwork of his new album titled The Butterfly Effect, which drops October 22. 

This comes after a series of posts he made in the past few days that he all captioned, “10.22.2021.” 

The New Jersey rapper saw massive success in 2015 that he hasn’t been able to experience again. His self-titled album was a commercial success and debuted at No.1 on Billboard Hot 100 with over 120k units sold. The album featured Billboard hits like “Trap Queen,” “My Way,” “769,” and “Again.”

Over the years after releasing his album, the 30-year-old rapper has dropped several mixtapes including 2020’s Trap & B, Big Zoovie and You Know The Vibes