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The “Trap Queen” singer is headed to campus, Cyclones.
New Jersey-born rapper Fetty Wap is set to headline the spring outdoor concert at Iowa State University, the school’s student union board announced Monday. The show plans to take place April 22 in the parking lot of the Molecular Biology building on Iowa State campus.
General admission tickets cost $49, with student tickets starting at $25, and are on sale now via midwestix.com, as well as on campus at the Maintenance Shop box office inside the Memorial Union.
Fetty Wap sky-rocketed to success in 2015 behind the success of debut single “Trap Queen,” a song that peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart and earned the rapped two Grammy Award nominations.
The rapper released his self-titled debut album in 2015, a record that featured notable tracks “My Way” and “679.” His full-length studio follow-up, “King Zoo,” is due out later this year, a news release said.
The lineup is rounded out by electronic group Cheat Codes, “iSpy” hip-hop artist KYLE and Tennessee-based R&B singer Andreas Moss.
Doors to the show open at 3 p.m., with music set to kick off at 4 p.m.
Find more information at sub.iastate.edu.