"FEFE" was Tekashi 6ix9ine's biggest hit, reaching number three.
Murda Beatz produced the track, which ended up featuring Nicki Minaj.
According to Murda, he made the track for Drake, but his fellow Canadian ignored him.
"I made that beat in LA, at my kitchen, on my kitchen table," Murda said in an interview with No Jumper. "I thought it was an anthem for Drake. I sent it to Drake, but got no response. I went to New York and we were in New York and one of the guys I was with was like, 'do something with 6ix9ine.' I wasn't really a fan of his music, but they like, 'yo do it!' I was like f*ck it, have him pull up. It'll definitely be an experience, I don't know what the f*ck going to happen.
And then he pulled up, and that" was one of the beats he was f*cking with," continues Murda. "He made "FEFE" that night. And then Nicki really f*cks with me, so then she somehow got in it. She really f*cks with me, so she felt I was co-signing 6ix9ine, so then she got on the record. Sh*t went huge," Murda said, and then wondered how much bigger it would have been if Drake was on it.
Ultimately, Drake had a friendly laugh at Nicki for getting on "FEFE" with 6ix9ine.