Rapper joins Swift to play in front of 60,000 fans
Taylor Swift invited guest Fetty Wap onto the stage as she performed live in Seattle last night (August 8).
Swift’s ‘1989’ world tour arrived at the CenturyLink Field venue and she brought along another special guest for the occasion. The tour has previously seen artists including Jason Derulo, The Weeknd and Nick Jonas get on stage to perform their hits during Swift’s set.
Fetty Wap became the latest name to join the list as he and Swift performed his hit single ‘Trap Queen’ together in front of 60,000 fans. After the show Swift dubbed the moment “the happiest moment of my life to date.”
See footage of the performance below:
Swift’s world tour continues its run through north America until the end of October, with gigs in Asia and Australia scheduled before the end of 2015.
The singer recently declared Spotify a “start up with no cash flow” in a discussion about her stance on music streaming and the rights to her music.
Speaking in a recent interview, Swift discussed the night she wrote an open letter to Apple in which she criticised the company for not offering artists any royalties on music streamed by customers using a free trial. The company soon changed tact and thanked Swift for helping them see the error of its ways.
The quick response impressed Swift and she went on to let her album ‘1989’ be streamed on Apple Music. The move was seen as significant following her refusal to stream the album elsewhere and the decision to remove her music from Spotify in 2014 in a row over royalty rates.