Fetty Wap Becomes The First Rapper In Four Years To Hold Two Top 10 Songs On Billboard 100 Charts

It’s no secret that the hip-hop world is Fetty Wap’s for the moment. His ubiquitous and infectious hit “Trap Queen,” and his more recent hit, “My Way,” are still burning up the charts.

So much so that the trap boy-turned-rapper from Paterson, New Jersey has another feat to add to his novice career: he’s the first rapper in four years to have two songs in the Top 10 on Billboard Hot 100 charts.

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On July 17, Fetty’s single “My Way” was finally released on iTunes, which bounced the catchy single from No. 87 to 7 as “Trap Queen” sits at No. 6 on the charts.

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This hasn’t happened since Lil Wayne locked down the No. 2 and No. 8 spots with “She Will” and “How To Love,” respectively. With Fetty Wap’s “679” sitting at No. 18, he definitely has a chance to break three Top 10 hits at the same damn time.