At the end of last year, Fetty Wap's single "Trap Queen" started to make its rounds on various social media platforms. Although the video has technically been out since August 2014, it wasn't until several months later that "Trap Queen" slowly started to gain serious momentum that would eventually shoot the single all the way up to the No. 3 spot on Billboard's Hot 100.
Since then, the New Jersey native has provided us with too many other infectious songs for anyone to even dare consider him a one-hit-wonder. Fetty Wap's other tracks like "My Way,"—which Drake later jumped on—"Promises" with Baauer and Dubbel Dutch, "679," and "Again" can all be currently heard getting quality airtime on multiple radio stations across the country. So far, 2015 has been very good to Fetty Wap, and with his humble approach and hit-making ability, there's no doubt that it will only get better.