Fetty Wap has just pulled off one of the more impressive come-ups in recent hip-hop history. Just over a year ago he skyrocketed out of Paterson, N.J. with a breakout single that is as likely a contender for "Song of the Year" as it is the song of a particular season. And then he doubled down: rather than rush out an album, Fetty has been building a chart-worthy buzz, single after single, and he's broken a handful of records in the process.
Now, the long-awaited debut album is finally here, and while much of the tracklist might be familiar to fans, he's making a statement by foregoing any big name features on the 20-song outing. Instead, we get a handful of appearances from fellow Remy Boy artists M80 and Monty, and it's that same pave-my-own-way approach that's been attracting the fanbase all along.