“1738…I’m like hey, what’s up, hello…seent yo pretty a** soon as you came through the do’…I just wanna chill, got a sack for us to roll…married to the money, introduced her to my stove…showed her how to whip it now she remixin for low…(Trap Queen)”
Fetty Wap’s highly anticipated debut album has finally been released. If you love Fetty you’ll love it.
First of all, on the whole album the only feature is fellow Zoo Gang member Monty. That’s pretty impressive nowadays, especially for a debut. Fetty stayed true to himself & what he’s known for: good Trap records with a touch of romance that everybody can dance & sing along to. Many of the tracks have been heard already since Fetty has not been shy about sharing his music.
The album starts off with Trap Queen & goes on through some other known tracks like 679, Jugg, Again, I Wonder & My Way. The whole album has 17 tracks on the standard & 20 on the deluxe. The album is a bit one note overall. There’s very little variation in it. The only song that is really different is Rewind on the standard edition. The bonus tracks on the deluxe are all different. Still, Fetty reps hard for his squad & offers the special Trap love songs the way only he can. He also gives anthems for grinding & making a way. This album is for the come-up & I respect it.
Fetty Wap’s self-titled album is currently available on iTunes & everywhere. Check out the track Jugg featuring Monty below: