In 2015, Fetty Wap swept the music industry like a vicious cyclone with his bevy of singles. "Trap Queen" "679," and "My Way" hit the top 10 on the Hot 100 and earned the Patterson, NJ rapper high praise from pop heavyweights, including Drake, who hopped on the remix for "My Way", and Taylor Swift, who brought Fetty Wap out during her 1989 Tour.
With a platinum LP on his resume, Fetty Wap is hungry for more plaques with his sophomore effort. His first single, "Like a Star", is a Caribbean-infused record featuring Trinidad-bred rapper Nicki MInaj. "I was really beasting for her to get on the song," Fetty Wap tells Billboard. "I ain't really want nobody else on the song but her. I really didn't make the song for myself. I just made the song to see if she liked the song, and have somebody else do the song with her. I ain't really the reggae-sounding artist, so for me to jump in that lane, it was different for me."
Even moreso than on his self-titled debut, Fetty Wap is taking chances this time around. Known for penning infectious songs for his female fanbase, Zoo Wap will continue to serve love notes, but with a more "lyrical" approach.