BTS had one more amazing 7 days on the Billboard charts!
As formerly introduced, BTS set an abnormal document on Billboard’s Sizzling 100 for the week ending on July 31. After “Permission to Dance” manufactured a historic debut by replacing “Butter” at No. 1 previous 7 days, “Butter” reclaimed the prime location this week—making BTS the very first act in historical past to change by themselves at No. 1 with a new music, then send out the earlier No. 1 back to the major with no other artists in in between.
In addition to topping the Hot 100 for an eighth non-consecutive 7 days, “Butter” also reclaimed No. 1 on Billboard’s Electronic Music Gross sales chart, with “Permission to Dance” adhering to shut guiding at No. 2.
“Butter” continued its successful streak at the prime of Billboard’s Tunes of the Summer chart, marking its sixth consecutive week at No. 1, and it also rose to a new peak of No. 9 on Billboard’s Pop Airplay chart (which measures weekly plays on mainstream radio stations across the United States).
In addition, BTS remained No. 1 on Billboard’s Artist 100 for their 18th non-consecutive week at the major of the chart, extending their have document as the group with the most months at No. 1.
“Permission to Dance,” which came in at No. 7 on this week’s Very hot 100, also stayed sturdy at No. 2 on Billboard’s Worldwide Excl. U.S. chart, No. 5 on the Worldwide 200, and No. 41 on the Streaming Songs chart.
In the meantime, “Butter” ranked No. 4 on the World Excl. U.S. chart, No. 6 on the Global 200, and No. 40 on the Streaming Songs chart.
Lastly, BTS’s prolonged-operating 2020 hit “Dynamite” claimed No. 17 on the World Excl. U.S. chart and No. 22 on the Global 200 this 7 days.
Congratulations to BTS!
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