Fetty Wap Celebrates Birthday with 'Lucky No. 7' Mixtape

  /  06.07.2017

Fetty Wap is celebrating his 26th birthday today (June 7) with the release of a brand new mixtape, the aptly-titled Lucky No. 7.

The “Trap Queen” star takes center stage on the featureless effort. Glenn Thomas, BoogeyBeatz, Ace Bankz, Nick E Beats, Loud Pack, and Tim May Beats handle the production, while Fetty sing-raps through the seven tracks.

Lucky No. 7 also includes an homage to Big Pun’s Joe-assisted “Still Not a Player” single off 1998’s Capital Punishment. Fetty samples the beat and hook from the classic hit on “Playa No More.” “I don’t wanna be a player no more,” he sings on the track. “I think I found someone I can live my life for.”

Aside from this mixtape, Zoovier has been releasing a slew of songs over the past few months. However, his latest single “Aye” is the first release off his sophomore album, King Zoo.

“This album is more like a love story album,” he recently told Billboard. “That’s what people know me for. I make a lot of songs for females. A lot of stuff that I be going through, I just put it in my music. It’s gonna be some good songs and there’s gonna be some different songs. It’s all the Fetty Wap sound.”

It’s been almost two years since Fetty released his self-titled debut. The album spawned a series of hits, including “Trap Queen,” “679,” “My Way,” and “Again.” Featuring a collaboration with Jhené Aiko, the follow-up is expected at some point this year.


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