Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen” has been slaying the singles charts for a year now, and one could say that it may have been the song of the summer. With its bright and colorful beats and irresistible hook, the New Jersey native released a powerful East Coast jam.
But Los Angeles’ ESTA decided to give the track some West Coast flavor and make the track a little bit more laid back and chilled out in comparison to its trap flavors.
Titling his interpretation “1738” after Wap’s crew, he made the track into jazzier and soulful selection, with vocals getting high-pitched dripping over the downtempo keys and 808s. It may be the better version to listen to when you’re all cuddled up in your winter sheets.