Fetty Wap Drops First Project of 2017, 'Lucky No. 7'

A new EP full of potential hits.

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Last month, Fetty Wap formally introduced his next studio album King Zoo and jumpstarted the LP’s promotional campaign with the release of a new single, “Aye.” With the summer upon us, the “Trap Queen” star returns with a new project. For his first major, multi-track offering of 2017, Fetty Wap follows up last fall’s Zoovier tape with Lucky No. 7. Billed as an EP, Lucky No. 7 delivers seven new Fetty Wap tracks and features contributions from Loud Pack, BoogeyBeatz, Ace Bankz, Glenn Thomas and others; keeping it lean, the East Coast artists choose to go solo for the project. Without even pressing play on the EP’s stream, most astute hip-hop heads can expect to hear plenty of radio and club potential here.

You can stream Fetty Wap’s new Lucky No. 7 EP — courtesy of a YouTube playlist — above. For more, keep an eye — and ear — out for records in support of Fetty Wap’s upcoming album King Zoo.

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