Fetty Wap Drops “679” Featuring Meek Mill And Rick Ross


“Trap Queen” superstar Fetty Wap is not taking his time in the spotlight for granted, and today he’s keeping us hooked on his unique sound by sharing a new track fans new and old are sure to love.

“679” is the kind of radio-ready track that could further solidify Fetty Wap’s recently-earned title of Billboard chart topper. The song finds the New Jersey native going in over bass-heavy production with assistance from Maybach Music Group heavyweights Meek Mill and Rick Ross. Such features would overshadow a lesser artist, but “679” remains Fetty’s track from beginning to end. You can stream the song, in full, at the end of this post.

With “Trap Queen” continuing to take the world by storm, it seems unlikely that Fetty Wap will leave the public eye any time soon. Comment below and let us know if “679” could be his next hit.

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  • Hannibal Kanem

    Meek mill and Ross didn’t mesh well on the track….Shit killed my vibe.

  • Chris

    This isnt real…….? Meek Mill verse from “They Don’t Love You No More”