Wiz Khalifa can say "See You Again" to the No. 1 spot in the United States. For the fourth week in a row, the rapper's Charlie Puth collaboration for the Furious 7 soundtrack tops the Billboard Hot 100. Overall, it's a good week for male rappers on the chart as Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen" ascends to a new high and T-Wayne's viral hit "Nasty Freestyle" breaks into the top 10.

Thanks to continued top sales (285,000 downloads) and dominance in streaming, "See You Again" easily bests Wap, Mark Ronson and The Weeknd for the top spot, Billboard reports. The only arena that the single can't seem to grip onto is radio, where "See You Again" is the No. 7 seed with 102 million all-format plays.

Radio also seems to lack importance for the No. 2 single of the week, which goes to Wap's "Trap Queen." The song climbs up one more spot to reach a new high largely due to its No. 2 status on the streaming charts.

Another newcomer to the Hot 100, Ohio rockers Walk the Moon, also found new highs on the charts this week as "Shut Up and Dance" rises two spots to No. 5. The song sits at No. 2 on the Digital Downloads chart with 136,000 downloads. Walk the Moon also saw gains in radio play and streams, thus securing their heightened position.

Between newcomers old Hot 100 favorites Mark Ronson and The Weeknd sit at Nos. 3 and 4 with "Uptown Funk" and "Earned It," respectively.

Maroon 5's "Sugar" and Ellie Goulding's "Love Me Like You Do" also stick around in the top 10, each falling one spot to No. 6 for Maroon 5 and No. 7 for Ms. Goulding.

The bottom of the chart sparks more interest, as Jason Derulo's lead Everything Is 4 single "Want to Want Me" climbs up two spots to No. 8.

The lone newcomer in the top 10 this week goes to T-Wayne's "Nasty Freestyle." Thanks to viral status on Vine, sparking "The Whip" videos and a few more bizarre memes, "Nasty Freestyle" climbs up the streaming charts and lands at No. 9 with overall chart points, bumping veteran rapper Flo Rida's "G.D.F.R." out of the top 10.

Rounding everything out? Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud" at No. 10.