Like The Weeknd last week, Fetty Wap has taken command of the Hot 100’s upper rankings with not one, not two, but three entries!
While his breakthrough hit ‘Trap Queen’ is still getting a royal reception at radio, the New Jersey-native has sailed two other numbers – ‘679’ and ‘My Way’ – right into the top 20. The latter has also made its way into the history books with a huge 87-7 leap (the largest leap since Katy Perry pounced from #85 to #2 with 2013’s ‘Roar’). His entries give him three other distinct honors: 4th artist in 2015 to have two concurrent top 10s, first male rapper (as a leading act) to notch two concurrent top 10s since Lil Wayne in 2011, and first male rapper to have three concurrent top 20s since Eminem in 2013.
But, even with all of his chart glory, it wasn’t enough to dethrone OMI‘s ‘Cheerleader’ which is celebrating its third consecutive week on the chart’s perch.
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