BTS carries on their achievement on Billboard’s charts with “Dynamite”!
On the Very hot 100 chart for the 7 days ending March 13, “Dynamite” rises to No. 43 from No. 50 past 7 days. This is the song’s 28th 7 days on the chart, and it proceeds to increase its own history for the most months on Billboard’s Warm 100 of any song by an all-Korean team. The record for the longest time on the chart for any all-Korean artist’s tune is 31 months, accomplished by PSY’s “Gangnam Design.”
“Dynamite” continues to be No. 8 on the Worldwide 200 chart and holds the No. 4 place on the World Excl. U.S. chart. The two charts record songs dependent on streaming and product sales information from additional than 200 territories, with the World-wide 200 including information from all-around the world and the World wide Excl. U.S. chart comprising facts from territories excluding the United States.
The tune carries on to reign on the Digital Song Sales chart at No. 1, while BTS is No. 5 on the Artist 100 this week.
Congratulations to BTS!
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