Album Review: Fetty Wap's Self-Titled Album is Stacked with Party Songs

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Today is the day that Fetty Wap fans have been waiting, the release of his debut album Fetty Wap and it's stacked with party and street hits.

(Album Stream Below)

It's time we all accept that Fetty Wap has something that fans really enjoy listening to. Whether it's because his music makes him feel good, it's good to dance to or just so catchy they can't get it out of their head.

After all, he's even got Taylor Swift bringing him out at sold out shows.

The real test will be whether or not his album sales reflect that, however, in today's age of illegal downloads, it's hard to even make that case as well.

"If everybody was to catch on to the [references in the] song, it wouldn't have been that big," said Fetty Wap in an interview with Billboard.

"At the end of the day, it's my personal love story.

Can't nobody tell me how to be in love." (He remains friendly with the woman who inspired "Trap Queen," but is currently single, and has a 4-year-old son and an infant daughter.)"

One thing is for sure, no one should question Wap's work ethic as the album contains a whopping 20 tracks including hits like "Trap Queen," "679" and "My Way." 9 of the 20 tracks contain a feature from Wap's partner in crime Monty. Together the two made some classic party tracks that is sure to brighten your mood and get your feet moving.

At the end of the day it's not an album that you have to dive into and dissect bar for bar.

It's meant to be a feel good album that sneaks through the beef, hostility and deep songs. You can check out Fetty Wap's debut album below and let us know what you think about it in the comments section.

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Listen to Fetty Wap's debut album below.