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Fatty wap songs: 7 best remixes as of 2016
Fetty Wap knows how to produce hit songs. There is no better way to start a compilation of the best Fetty Wap songs than with your greatest hit - "Trap Queen". The mysterious Australian DJ/Producer Naderi reflects the overall sound of the track by gradually setting himself up as a choir, integrating flaps, snapshots and a keyboard that gives the choir a slightly radio and future sound.
On Twitter the orginal tracks became more viral last December when someone twittered a tape with two young women who danced to the second stanza of the songs at a petrol pump. The San Diego-based DJ Adam Bomb, 22, is helping revise the originals by integrating a trace tone while remaining faithful to his own origins in San Diego hit-and-pop.
DJ/producer Mayhem, located in Atlanta, reinforces the legacy of the Hot 100's 57th place by raising the low end and revising the Hook in a more energetic way. And how many dancing songs do you know when an instrument plays in the back? Having completed a three-year resident idency at Wynn Nightsclub in Las Vegas, DJ Spider is still producing his own personal attitude to beloved Fetty Wap songs like "679".
It amplifies the power immediately so that you can weigh immediately, surprise you with a gunshot before the beats fall, and somehow keeps the tempo up throughout the whole time. PhatCap! brings new vitality to the fearsome man by transforming Fetty Waps songs with Drake into a tracking mix that keeps you in motion all the time.
Our play list is rounded off by Crankdat's interpretation of the fetty anthem "Trap Queen". This self-appointed "crank bass" re-mix of the songs lifts the temperature and creates a drip that's sure to put a big grin on your face. When you can't get enough of the four and a half minutes of distance, watch this hour-long loop on YouTube, which is perfectly suited to make it through your next intense running series.