Fetty Wap is on a roll right now: his self-titled debut album topped the Billboard 200 chart at No. 1, with 129,000 copies sold according to Nielsen Music. Three of his singles “Trap Queen,” “679,” and the Drake-assisted “My Way” have landed on the top 10 of Billboard Hot 100, making history by being the first rapper in four years to have two of his songs on the charts simultaneously. Drake and Future’s collaborative project What a Time To Be Alive was at No. 1 last week, but has since dropped down to No. 2, selling 107,000 units. Congrats, Fetty.
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