Today (September 25,2015) Fetty Wap’s anticipated debut album finally hits stores. The unexpected pop star has taken the country by storm thanks to the success of his single “Trap Queen”, now signed to Lyor Cohn’s 300 Entertainment the artist sat down with Billboard Magazine to talk about the success of Trap Queen and why he doesn’t care if anyone buys his album.
On the success of Trap Queen, even with the drug references:
“If everybody was to catch on to the [reference in the] song, it wouldn’t have been that big. At the end of the day, it’s my personal love story. Can’t nobody tell me how to be in love.”
On having no big guest appearances outside of his RGF squad :
“Having people on the album, that’s not going to do nothing for me. That’s going to help them. Instead, I’ll help the people that been with me.”
On commercial success:
“I don’t give a g*ddamn if the album don’t make it nowhere, I don’t care if it sells 100 copies if all my family bought it. None of that extra shit matter to me, as long as I get a chance to live a dream a lot of people didn’t.”