Fetty Wap has fans worldwide singing about their "trap queens" --Taylor Swift and Kate Hudson's son included -- and now the New Jersey native can give them some new lyrics to favor since his debut self-titled album has arrived.

It's hard to escape Fetty's sound in 2015; you've probably already memorized at least three songs off the project, which is available for streaming on Spotify. His tracks, "My Way," "Trap Queen" and "679" all charted on Billboard's Top 10 Rap Songs simultaneously -- a historic feat. It'd be an understatement to say that the newcomer has had a hell of a year.

With catchy hooks, some Auto-Tune and boastful rhymes, the 24-year-old takes on the theme of unconventional love and life in the trap house. And of course his famous signature calling, "Yaaa baby" is everywhere to be found on the 20-track album.

Aside from his most popular tracks, "I Wonder" proves to be a stand-out with the shoulder-bouncing beat. "I ball hard like a n---- hoopin' baby / Hear that engine that's a fuckin' coupe baby, aye / When I shoot all you hear is swoosh baby," he raps over the Peoples-produced beat.

Half of the songs have a feature Remy Boyz artist, Monty. The other goes to M80 on "Rock My Chain."

So far the album has received high praise from fans who thought he would be a three-hit wonder. Check out what social media had to say on the album and listen in below.

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