Fetty Wap Songs Remixed: Listen to 7 of the Best

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Fetty Wap performs onstage at Firefly Music Festival on June 18, 2016 in Dover, Delaware.  

Trap king Fetty Wap knows how to churn out hits. From catapulting to the #2 spot on the Hot 100 chart with 2015’s catchy and inescapable jam, “Trap Queen” to his latest release “Wakeup,” it seems as though the New Jersey rep can’t be stopped.

Listen to the 8 Best Remixes of The Weeknd

Before lighting up the Main Stage at this year's Hot 100 Fest, Fetty sat down with Billboard to give a little insight on his upcoming sophomore album, which will drop “before the end of the year.” He also added fans would continue to receive the “party sounds” they come to love, except the overall vibe is “more mature.”

To help hold you over until his sophomore album debut, Billboard Dance rounded up seven of the best Fetty Wap songs remixed to satisfy your craving for dope beats.

Trap Queen - Naderi

Hey, what's up, hello. There's no better way to kick off a roundup of the best Fetty Wap song remixes then by starting with his biggest hit--"Trap Queen." Enigmatic Aussie DJ/producer Naderi flips the overall tone of song by slowly building up to the chorus by incorporating hand claps, snaps, and a piano instrumental giving the chorus a slightly funky and futuristic tone.

 

Jimmy Choo – Adam Bomb Remix

The original track first went viral on Twitter last December, when someone tweeted a video of two girls dancing to the second verse of the song at a gas station. San Diego-based DJ Adam Bomb, 22; helps rework the original by incorporating a trap sound while staying true to its hip hop roots.

 

RGF Island – Mayhem Edit

Atlanta based DJ/producer Mayhem amps up the original track, which peaked at #57 on the Hot 100 by boosting the bass and reworking the hook in a higher-energy vein. 

 

Again - Hier^2

How many dance songs do you know with an organ playing in the background? Leave it to an Aussie to use the church instrument and flip it around to bring a future bass sound to Fetty's joint. 

 

679 – DJ Spider

What does a guy who is currently touring with Blink 182, The All American Rejects and All Time Low know about dance music? The answer may surprise you. After concluding a three-year residency at Wynn nightclub in Las Vegas, DJ Spider is still churning out his unique take on popular Fetty Wap songs like "679." He amps up the energy right away causing you to instantly sway, surprises you with a gun shot before the beat drops, and somehow keeps the bouncy pace up throughout the entire remix. 

 

My Way – PhatCap!

PhatCap! breathes new life into the banger by turning Fetty Wap's song featuring Drake into a trap remix  that will keep you hype and moving all night long.

 

Trap Queen – Crankdat Remix

Rounding out our playlist is Crankdat’s take on the original Fetty anthem--“Trap Queen.” The self-proclaimed “crank bass” remix of the song raises the heat and provides a drop that’s guaranteed to put a smile on your face. If you can’t get enough of the four-and-a-half-minute track, check out this hour long looped version on YouTube, which is perfect for making it through your next high-intensity treadmill workout session.


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