Fetty Wap’s Chart Domination Includes ‘Hot 100’ Milestone Not Achieved In A Decade


(AllHipHop News) Fetty Wap’s scorching hot summer is still not cooling down. The Jersey bred performer has already made history on the Hot 100 chart and Hot Rap chart, and Fetty just achieved another rare landmark on the top singles tally in the country.

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According to Billboard, the hit maker became the first rapper since Chingy in 2003-04 to have his first three songs enter the Top 10 on the Hot 100. Fetty’s “Trap Queen” peaked at #2 with “My Way” rising all the way to #7. His most recent smash “679” jumped to #8 this week.

St. Louis rapper Chingy’s initial singles “Right Thurr” (#2), “Holidae In” (#3) and “One Call Away” (#2) all broke into the Top 10 over a decade ago. T-Pain also saw his first three chart entries climb into the Top 10 in 2005-07.

Meanwhile, Omi’s six weeks at the top of the Hot 100 with “Cheerleader” just tied MAGIC!’s 2014 single “Rude” for the longest running Reggae song at Number 1 in 22 years. The Jamaican singer is one week away from catching the 7-week reign of Snow’s “Informer” from 1993.

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