Fetty Wap returns with ‘Sweet Yamz’

Song is available digitally

With the holidays on the horizon, 2x Grammy Award-nominated diamond-certified rap star Fetty Wap returns with “Sweet Yamz” via 300 Entertainment. He reheats, recharges, and reups the original “Yamz” by Masego and Devin Morrison with this very special “Zoomix.” It notably marks his first release as a lead artist since 2021.

On the track, piano glimmers above the steady thump of a jazz bass line. Meanwhile, Fetty flexes his expansive vocal range, dipping deeper than ever before into funk and R&B. His vocals pop off on the hook as he urges, “Can I get to the yams? Sweet yams. Show me the way.” It might just be the perfect soundtrack for moments under the mistletoe this holiday season.

“I really connected with the original song ‘Yamz’ from the first time I heard it earlier this year,” the rapper says. “It makes me think of one of my favorite cities, Miami. I immediately knew I wanted to flip it and had to do a Zoomix!”

It only kicks off a string of 2022 releases for Fetty Wap who will be unveiling more music very soon.

With an instantly recognizable voice and undeniable charisma, Fetty Wap has delivered some of the boldest, brightest, and biggest bangers of the 21st century. Out of dozens of multi-Platinum and Platinum cuts, the New Jersey phenomenon’s catalog boasts generational anthems such as the Diamond-certified “Trap Queen,” 6x Platinum “679” featuring Remy Boyz, 3x Platinum “My Way,” and many more. Amassing billions of streams, he’s the rare hip hop force of nature who can turn up alongside David Guetta and Sia or Lil Dicky, Rich Homie Quan, and DJ Khaled.

His self-titled debut notably bowed at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 as “Trap Queen” picked up Grammy Award nominations in the categories of Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance. Meanwhile, 2021’s emotionally charged sophomore full-length, The Butterfly Effect, made waves throughout the culture, expanding his legacy in the process. However, he turns the page on his next chapter in 2022 with “Sweet Yamz” and a whole lot more to come.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites. Email: info@themusicuniverse.com

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