Less than 24 hours before his self-titled debut album reaches retailers, New Jersey rapper Fetty Wap has treated fans to an early listen.
Teaming up with NPR.org, Wap has provided a stream of the entire project a day ahead of its release.
Over 20 songs it stays true. That abundance is thoughtful, collecting as it does the heat that’s been floating around, the singles with industry muscle behind them, seven songs produced by Peoples, seven featuring Fetty’s right hand, Monty, almost all of which were recorded and redone in Clifton, New Jersey, nowhere expensive. He’s been making this music for himself and it turns out it’s good to us, too. (NPR)
The overnight rap star’s official full studio release tracklisting surfaced online earlier this month.
Fetty’s unleashed his must-see debut album artwork to the masses across Twitter last month.
Wap’s long-awaited studio debut will arrive later this month.
After much anticipation, Wap is finally ready to release his debut album on Sept. 25 — just days before the deadline for Grammy eligibility. “I’m just waiting for it to get mixed and mastered,” Wap, 24, said calmly in a telephone interview. “My album been done for like two months now.” (ABC News)