Fetty Wap blew up relatively quickly with his singles “Trap Queen” and “My Way” and now the New Jersey rapper has become one of the quickest musicians to make history as well.
According to Billboard, Fetty‘s newest single “Again” put him on the Billboard charts for the fourth time. He has now become the first artist in the 26-year history of the rap chart to have his first four entries in the top 10 appear simultaneously.
He is currently charting at #2 with “Trap Queen,” #3 with “My Way” featuring Monty and #5 with “679,” featuring Remy Boyz. Only eight other acts have ever charted four songs concurrently but no one has ever done it with their first four out of the gate.
“Again” also began at the top of the Rap Digital Songs with 88,000 singles sold, which became Fetty Wap‘s second #1 following “My Way.”
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