Fetty Wap Unveils Bold Cover Art for Debut Album
After dropping hit singles “Trap Queen,” “My Way” and “679," Fetty Wap is finally ready to drop his debut album. On Wednesday (Aug. 26), the New Jersey rhymer unveiled the cover art for the project on his Twitter account.
For the cover of his self-titled first album, Wap makes a powerful statement by using his missing eye as the centerpiece for the project. For those who don't know, the rapper lost vision in his left eye due to congenital glaucoma. In the image, the Zoo Gang leader covers his good eye with his tattooed hand.
In an accompanying video, Wap performs at a show and stops to take a moment to reveal to his fans that he's only human. Some days are good for him and some days are bad. We also learn that he's the father of two children.
There’s no track list for the album yet. The collection is scheduled to hit stores on Sept. 25 via 300 Entertainment.
Fetty Wap's cover art has received mixed reactions from his fans. Some are disgusted by the artwork while other praise the rapper for his bold imagery.
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