• "Fefe" (stylized in uppercase) is a song by American rapper 6ix9ine featuring fellow American rapper Nicki Minaj
and Canadian record producer Murda Beatz.
•The "Fefe" cover art features a 3D cartoon artwork that finds 6ix9ine and Minaj sharing an ice cream cone. Minaj's cartoon is dressed in a G-string. In Noisey, Kristin Corry expressed discomfort about the song, "not because of who the two polarizing rappers happened to be but because of the imagery," referring to 6ix9ine's sexual misconduct case involving a minor while the song's visuals and cover art being childlike.
• In a positive review, Peter A. Berry of XXL said its beat "serves as an appropriate audio canvas for the song", with 6ix9ine's rap "showcasing a much gentler delivery than the one he used on tracks like "Gummo" and "Keke".
• The song entered the US Billboard Hot 100 at number four, with 24,000 copies sold and 45.7 million streams during its first week. It became 6ix9ine's highest-charting single by succeeding the peak of "Gummo" at number 12, and is Minaj's seventeenth top 10 on the chart, extending her record for the most among female rappers.