Riding the success of his breakout single "Trap Queen," Fetty Wap sure looks to be a star in the making. That track, which was released last year and has been gaining momentum ever since, is currently No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 -- a very impressive feat for anyone, let alone a new rapper (for comparison, 2014's breakout hit, Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N---a," peaked at No. 6).
Now, he's gotten what's become one of the most coveted co-signs around: A Drake remix.
What makes it an even better look for Fetty, too, is that he's already found solo success on his own, and Drizzy didn't hop on his first buzzing song and make it hot (as he often does with newbies) -- he stamped an entirely different track, which is sure to give that one a life of its own, too.
On Monday, Fetty also dropped his official "Trap Queen" remix, featuring Gucci Mane and Quavo, which you can listen to below.
Earlier this week, Aubrey posted a video of himself in a studio, with "My Way" playing in the background, hinting that the collab was on the way. He deleted the post, but a Drake fan Instagram grabbed it and reposted.
The Toronto rapper isn't the only one who's taken notice of Fetty and his music. Back in February, Kanye West brought the budding MC out during a show in New York City.
“That’s when I actually got to meet him, the day before the fashion show," the New Jersey native told MTV News in March. "They brung me in the back and everything and the next day they called me out and we went to New York. They brought me to the van. I met all the artist -- Pusha T and 2 Chainz and all of them that were performing. And next thing you know, he just announced it on the speakers, 'Yo this my favorite song right now. New York City do you guys know him?’"
If you didn't before, you should by now.