New Jersey's own, Fetty Wap, continues to pile up the wins, as he's now done something on the Billboard Hot 100 charts that we haven't seen from a male rapper since Eminem in 2013. According to Billboard's latest chart movement, Fetty currently has three songs that occupy top 20 spots on the Hot 100 chart, which makes him the first male rapper to accomplish this since Em reached the same feat in 2013 with "Rap God," "Berzerk," and "Monster." As of today, Fetty's "My Way" is currently at the No. 7 spot on the charts, while "Trap Queen" is also in the top-10, and "679" is holding down spot No. 18.
Along with matching Eminem's impressive mark, Fetty also became the first male rapper in four years to have concurrent singles reach the top-10 since Lil Wayne did it back in 2011. Check out Fetty's full chart placement via Billboard here.