After the massive success of his 2015 smash “Trap Queen,” Fetty Wap has been cooking up more hits. The melodic New Jersey rhymer loaded up his 2015 self-titled debut with rotation-heavy jams like “679” featuring his crew Remy Boyz, “Again” co-starring frequent collaborator Monty, “RGF Island” and “Again.” Still, Zoo Wap has proven that he’s a team player given the slew of collaborations in his catalog.
Before he takes the stage next month as a headliner for Billboard’s Hot 100 Fest (Aug. 20-21) in Jones Beach, New York, say hey, what’s up, hello to these Fetty Wap collabos you may not have heard.
Fifth Harmony feat. Fetty Wap “All In My Head (Flex)”
The pop quintet’s 7/27 album not only packed the lead single “Work From Home” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, the 12-track deluxe set also included cuts with Missy Elliott and Fetty Wap. For the catchy duet with 5H, Zoo Wap remixes a line from his own hit “Again,” singing, “I want you to come flex with me, baby.”
Sophie Beem feat. Fetty Wap “I Got It”
For her self-titled EP, the Parkwood signee recruited Fetty Wap for the jam “I Got It.” She told Billboard earlier this year of the collaboration, “So actually I was in a meeting with Beyoncé. She and I were trying to figure out who would sound good on ‘I Got It.’ We both came up with the idea of having Fetty on it. I got him to feature on it before he blew up so I didn’t actually meet him. He just sent [his verse] over. It was cool. I loved having him on the track. It sounds amazing.”
PnB Rock feat. Fetty Wap “Jealous”
Philadelphia MC PnB Rock linked with Paterson’s own for the flex-ready “Jealous” off the former’s 2015 project RNB3. The collaborators ball out in bars as they flaunt their luxurious possessions: “What do you prove when you making ’em all jealous?/ I’ma smooth young n—a, Balmains and Margielas/ Bout a hundred thou on me, I’m hurting these suckas feelings/ I’m allergic to broke n—as cause all we know is get it.” The pair also recently released their joint, DJ Drama-hosted mixtape Money, Hoes & Flows, available for streaming here.
Z Feat. Fetty Wap “Nobody’s Better”
Zoovier gets busy in the booth with New Jersey songstress Z for the pop-leaning number “Nobody’s Better,” a lovey-dovey note fit for a schoolgirl crush playlist.
Fetty Wap can jump from genre to genre with ease. Here, he takes his talents to the dance floor for a head-banging Guetta and Sia collaboration that served as a re-release from the DJ/producer’s Listen Again LP.
A highlight from Bellinger’s 2015 release Cuffing Season, Pt. 2, the singer/songwriter takes 2 Chainz and Fetty Wap along for the ride on “Valet,” a cruise-ready joint that finds Fetty singing, “If you ready, I can show you what the set like/ So fine, swear I see you with my left eye.”
Yalee feat. Fetty Wap “Pretty Girl Dance, Pt. 2”
The Ohio R&B singer and Fetty Wap urge sexy ladies to grab their heels and report to the dance floor for “Pretty Girl Dance, Pt. 2,” the 2015 track that has already notched over a million views on YouTube.