[Music Video:] Fetty Wap – 679 (feat. Remy Boyz) & Remixes


[Music Video] Fetty Wap – 679 (feat. Remy Boyz)

If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to check out the music video for new artist on the scene Fetty Wap’s “679”. The track, popular on airwaves throughout the US and the world features more of Wap’s characteristic singing over a quite laid-back and chill beat predominately found in “radio rap”. Neverthelss, the song is very catchy, with Wap receiving back-up from his squad, the Remy Boyz.

Check out more from the New Jersey rapper below, including a remix of 679 featuring Meek Mill and Rick Ross:

679 [Remix feat. Meek Mill & Rick Ross]:

679 [DJ Taj Remix]:

679 [Jersey Club Remix] *DJ Friendly!! play it at 1.25x speed!

Fetty Wap’s Soundcloud
Meek Mill Soundcloud
Rick Ross Soundcloud
DJ Taj Soundcloud

[Southern Rap from NJ?] Fetty Wap – Throw It Back (feat. Khaos) // [TRAP w/Andy Milonakis] Chief Keef, Gucci Mane & Andy Milonakis – Hot Sh*t / Right Now


From rising rap star Fetty Wap, the mastermind behind “Trap Queen,” which is blowing up all over America and abroad (I said “Hey, wassup? Hello!!” / Seent [sic] yo pretty ass soon as you walked in the doe’ [sic]) today we are highlighting another track from Fetty’s mixtape/EP Up Next. Standout track “Throw It Back” featuring rapper Khaos continues the vibe from Trap Queen, although less of an anthem and more a regular cut, it’s still great nonetheless. There has been some debate on the Internet as to Fetty Wap’s sound, which some find very reminiscent of Southern hip-hop and rap styles, even though Wap is from New Jersey. There is no doubt that Southern rap has influenced the hip-hop game as a whole and IS a sought-after sound for musicians, most rappers will have at least a few tracks in this style, even if they’re not from there.



Chief Keef & Andy Milonakis “Hot Shit”

Next up, we have two rap tracks featuring the famous actor, Andy Milonakis, who is featured on Gucci Mane‘s Views From Zone 6 mixtape and Chief Keef‘s Sorry 4 The Weight. Getting backing from Gucci and Keef on the former track, and just Keef on the latter, Milonakis spits the ending verses on both and in Keef’s songs claims Keef’s group, GLO Gang. Both tracks are trap hip-hop singles for bumpin’ in the whip or throughout the streets. This is by far, not the first time Milonakis has rapped (whether for fun or officially on an official release), he was known to rap on his former TV show on MTV, The Andy Milonakis Show, where he played a crazy, yet cool young boy (Milonakis is actually in late adulthood). Check out both tracks above and below!

Gucci Mane, Chief Keef & Andy Milonakis “Right Now”

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