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SPA To Host Fetty Wap For Virtual Concert November 13

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Penn State’s Student Programming Association (SPA) will host rap singer-songwriter Fetty Wap for a virtual concert on Friday, November 13.

His performance will begin at 8 p.m. that night. SPA is working alongside WPSU Radio to stream the concert, which can be accessed by signing up through this link. Students will receive a link to the event after completing the signup form.

The rap star was one of the people to pave the way for the “Trap&B” genre in the early 2000s. He’s most known for his hit songs “Trap Queen,” “My Way,” and “679.” His most popular song, “Trap Queen,” spent 25 consecutive weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at No. 2 in 2014.

Although he’s been mostly quiet since his success earlier this decade, many of Fetty Wap’s songs have recently gained popularity thanks to TikTok. This will be his second time performing at Penn State after visiting the Bryce Jordan Center in 2019.

Like every SPA event, Fetty Wap’s performance is free for students and funded by their student-initiated fee. Students will need to verify themselves using their WebAccess IDs before entering the virtual event.

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