New Jersey native and the newest sensation to sweep the sensation, Fetty Wap has finally released his self-titled debut album. After getting a contract with Atlantic Records after releasing the infectious single “Trap Queen,” Fetty Wap makes the most of it and releases his album while at his peak.
The 20-song album starts off with the single that put Fetty on the map, “Trap Queen.” The song is a great first song choice because it foreshadows what you will be listening to and it also jump-started his career. The album is full of songs where Fetty Wap is singing like he does in “Trap Queen.” It works at times and at other times, it gets you tired. The singing style of Fetty is a hit or miss and listening to 20 songs of Fetty Wap singing can get anyone tired.
Fetty’s singing style is his signature on the songs. The one problem that I would have with this album is that Montly is on the album too often. He is on seven songs and it gets tiresome. The album is supposed to be Fetty’s, not Fetty and Montly’s. Montly is getting exposure at Fetty’s expense. Two or three songs would have been enough but seven feels like we’re being force fed.
The album is good, especially if you are a fan of Fetty Wap and his singing style. If you aren’t a fan of his singing, you should ignore the album because you won’t like it. The album gets three out of five stars from me. Fetty provided 20 songs which is rare from artists today and the quality of the songs never deterred.