Posted by , Sep 24, 2015 at 12:59am
Listen to Fetty Wap's self-titled debut album in its entirety before it drops officially on Friday.

There’s no denying the success New Jersey sensation, Fetty Wap, has encountered over the course of this past year. From being a "one-hit" wonder with “Trap Queen” to owning multiple hits on the airwaves & charts (“My Way” & “679”), Fetty has rolled out one of the most impressive runs & come-ups in the industry’s history.

So now after months of anticipating his debut album, the wait is finally over. Due out officially in about 24 hours (9/25), Fetty Wap’s self-titled debut album is now being streamed in its entirety ahead of time on NPR Music (see below).

Laced with 20 records, many of which we’ve already heard, Fetty Wap will feature guest appearances from only his fellow Remy Boyz Monty & M80, leaving the big-name features for another time. The album will of course contain his chart-topping singles “Trap Queen,” “My Way,” & “679” to name just a few.

Check out the full album below, before it drops officially on iTunes tomorrow.

[Via]

Stream Fetty Wap’s Self-Titled Debut Album

Listen to Fetty Wap's self-titled debut album in its entirety before it drops officially on Friday.


There’s no denying the success New Jersey sensation, Fetty Wap, has encountered over the course of this past year. From being a "one-hit" wonder with “Trap Queen” to owning multiple hits on the airwaves & charts (“My Way” & “679”), Fetty has rolled out one of the most impressive runs & come-ups in the industry’s history.

So now after months of anticipating his debut album, the wait is finally over. Due out officially in about 24 hours (9/25), Fetty Wap’s self-titled debut album is now being streamed in its entirety ahead of time on NPR Music (see below).

Laced with 20 records, many of which we’ve already heard, Fetty Wap will feature guest appearances from only his fellow Remy Boyz Monty & M80, leaving the big-name features for another time. The album will of course contain his chart-topping singles “Trap Queen,” “My Way,” & “679” to name just a few.

Check out the full album below, before it drops officially on iTunes tomorrow.

[Via]

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