Album: Fetty Wap (2015)
Charted: 33


  • Originally recorded by Fetty Wap in 2014, a final mastered version of this breakup song became a hit in August 2015 following the success of his "Trap Queen" single.
  • Fetty raps in the first verse:

    I'm tryna finish this who I started with
    I'm tryna spend it all who I got it with
    She my trap queen, let her hit the bando
    We be counting up, watch how far them bands go

    The lyrics are interpolated from "Trap Queen," suggesting the girl that Fetty is trying to win back is the same mystery woman he speaks of being in love with on his breakthrough hit.


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