Fetty Wap has come a long way from where he was in 2013.
The Paterson, New Jersey native has been on a commercial tear since the release of “Trap Queen.” Since the success of the song, Fetty Wap has dropped more heat: “My Way,” “Again,” “679.” The list goes on. His self-titled debut, released through his label 300 Entertainment, hits stores and online markets on Friday, Sept. 25. However, for those who can’t wait any longer, NPR has offered an exclusive stream of Fetty Wap.
Although Fetty Wap has worked with the likes of Ty Dolla $ign and Lil Dicky in an hilarious concept about making a rap video with no money, he’s decided to put on his crew, 1738 Remy Boyz, with a few songs featuring Monty. Stream the album in the player below and purchase it on iTunes here.
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