During it’s first week of sales, Fetty Wap’s debut, self-titled album shot to the top of the Billboard 200 chart, replacing Drake & Future’s joint project “What a Time to Be Alive”.
The album sold 129,000 units since it’s release on September 25th according to Nielsen Music. The accomplishment comes after he had three top 10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 list – “Trap Queen” which peaked at No. 2, “679” at No.6, and “My Way” at No. 7.
The new Oct. 17-dated chart where Fetty sits at No. 1 will be posted on Billboard’s website on Tuesday, Oct. 6. He is the first rapper in two years to debut at No.1, following only Long.Live.A$AP in 2012.