You’ve surely heard “Trap Queen,” the breakout hit from Fetty Wap, at least a couple of times this year, whether it was at a party, emanating boisterously from a passing car, or on Jimmy Kimmel Live! And perhaps you’re also familiar with his follow-ups, the also-catchy “My Way” and “679,” which have helped cement him as one of the more exciting new rappers to rise to prominence this year.
Yet while his scratchy vocals and addictive beats have been ubiquitous, fans haven’t had a proper album from him until now. The rapper finally drops his self-titled debut on Friday, and NPR’s First Listen is streaming it in full now. Naturally, it kicks off with that familiar “I say, ‘Hey, what’s up, hello?’”—check it out below.