At one point this summer, the Paterson, New Jersey, native had FOUR single in the top 10 — “Trap Queen,” “679,” “My Way” and “Again.” It’s no surprise that’s translated well to his debut album, which featured all of those songs. With all the money he’s made from six-month long hot streak, I’m sure the Fetty Wap train will not slow down soon as the features and production team will get even larger.
He wasn’t the only newcomer to make a splash on the charts. R&B new jack Bryson Tiller, with very minimal promotion outside of a relatively healthy Internet buzz, notched a Top-20 landing with his debut album T R A P S O U L. Anchored by the singles “Don’t” and “Exchange,” the album debuted at No. 11 on the Billboard 200 as well as No. 4 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart.
Congrats to both Fetty Wap (Stream his album here) and Bryson on their accomplishments.