Right now, Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen" sits at #3 on the charts, behind Wiz Khalifa's "See You Again" and Bruno Mars' "Uptown Funk." We're gonna go ahead and call it the number #1 hip-hop song in the country. Sorry Wiz & Charlie Puth--touching tribute, but it belongs on the pop charts. We've been talking about "Trap Queen" going viral since late last year, and, somehow, as the song has actually broken the mainstream, we're still not sick of it.

If Fetty Wap's a one-hit wonder, then he gave us a helluva hit. The way things are looking, though, that won't be the case. Today alone, Drake has remixed Fetty's "My Way," and "Trap Queen" got remixed, for the umpteenth time, by Gucci Mane and Quavo of Migos. If you aren't digging the low quality rip of the Drake song, well, sorry--'cuz you're gonna be hearing it well into the summer. 

Truth is, though, Fetty had a wealth of material before he ever made "Trap Queen." And the stuff he's made since is even better. Maybe we're a second too late--he's already blown up--but, still, don't let these tracks go unnoticed. If you liked "Trap Queen," you'll soon realize there's a seasoned formula behind the magic.

Fetty Wap is here to stay.