Today's been one of those days where as soon as you're done listening to a new song, a new release hits it the internet. Fetty Wap is the latest artist to give us new music, with not one but two releases. Back in April, the "Again" crooner turned to his SoundCloud to release three new tracks, "Westside," "Queen of the Zoo" and "My Environment." However, "Westside" and "Queen of the Zoo" were removed shortly after. Today, the "Trap Queen" crooner has released the official versions of "Westside" which features Snoop Dogg and "Queen of the Zoo" via iTunes/Spotify.
It makes sense that Fetty recruited Snoop Dogg for "Westside," which finds them in love with Westside shorties. Despite the title, the track was produced by ATL's own London On Da Track.
For his second release, Fetty gave us another gangsta love song, "Queen of the Zoo". The song reflects the "Trap Queen" theme but its vibe is more reflective of "Rewind" or "D.A.M."
"So beautiful, and I ain't never seen nobody like you/ If I get the chance to put a ring on it, Imma wife you," he sings about the girl. Whether he's referring to the same girl as the one from "Trap Queen" is unclear. The song is set to be included in Fetty Wap's sophomore album.
"Queen of the Zoo" was produced by Yung Lan and co-produced by So Amazin's Shy Boogs. The single was recorded and mixed by Peoples in The Gallery Room at So Amazin Studios.