Hot 100: Fetty Wap’s “679,” “Trap Queen,” “Again,” “RGF Island” Rise; “Jugg” Re-Enters

Fetty Wap [Cr: NBC]

Thanks to post-Christmas gift card redemptions, a handful of Fetty Wap singles enjoyed sales gains during the December 25-31 tracking week.

Fueled by those gains — and streaming and radio gains in certain cases — a handful of those singles earn improved positions on this week’s Billboard Hot 100.

The highest-charting of those is “679,” which enjoys a two-place rise to #12. [The song’s peak is #4]

Fetty Wap’s breakthrough hit “Trap Queen” also enjoys a gain this week. Up two places, the song takes #27 on this week’s chart. [The song’s peak is #2]

Up six places, the hip-hop artist’s “Again” takes #38 on this week’s chart. [The song’s peak position is #33].

“RGF Island” follows at #74, which bests last week’s position by 12 places. [The song’s peak position is #57].

“Jugg (featuring Monty),” which has not been on the past few charts, re-enters at #96. [The song’s peak position is #86].

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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