"Trap Queen" is the debut single by American rapper Fetty Wap from his self-titled debut album (2015). Following its online premiere in March 2014, it was released independently on April 22, 2014 before being re-released in conjunction with 300 Entertainment on December 15, 2014. The song was well received by critics who praised the vocals and production for being cheery and infectious.
In 2015, "Trap Queen" became Fetty Wap's first entry on the Billboard Hot 100 and was a sleeper hit which ultimately went on to be a top ten hit, peaking at number 2; the song spent 25 consecutive weeks in the top-10. "Trap Queen" has peaked within the top ten of the charts in Denmark and the United Kingdom. An accompanying music video for the song, directed by Nitt Da Gritt, was released on his YouTube page that features Wap and his girlfriend partying at their apartment. He first performed the song on television at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards with Fall Out Boy and would make later appearances at The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Nick Cannon Presents Wild 'n Out and the BET Awards 2015 to perform the song. The song received two nominations at the 58th Grammy Awards: Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance.
More Fetty Wap acapellas
Gwen Stefani, Fetty Wap – Asking 4 It
Fetty Wap – Again
David Guetta, Sia, Fetty Wap – Bang My Head
Natalie La Rose, Fetty Wap – Around the World
Fetty Wap – My Environment
Fetty Wap – Queen of the Zoo
Fifth Harmony, Fetty Wap – All in My Head (Flex)
Fetty Wap – Jimmy Choo
DJ Khaled, Chris Brown, Fetty Wap – Gold Slugs
Lil Dicky, Fetty Wap, Rich Homie Quan – Save Dat Money
Fetty Wap, Remy Boyz – 679
Fetty Wap, Monty – My Way