BTS has simply made historical past on a couple of Billboard chart!
On April 6 native time, Billboard revealed its newest charts—and for the week ending on April 10, BTS’s long-running hit “Dynamite” got here in at No. 30 on Billboard’s Hot 100 (its weekly rating of the preferred songs within the United States throughout all genres).
As the achievement marks the music’s 32nd week on the chart, BTS has now formally damaged PSY’s report for the longest-charting music by a Korean artist on the Hot 100. The earlier report of 31 weeks, set by PSY’s legendary 2012 hit “Gangnam Style” again in 2013, remained unbeaten for seven years.
Additionally, “Dynamite,” which grew to become the first song by a Korean artist ever to prime the Hot 100 again in August 2020, has by no means dropped beneath the Top 50 since its launch.
Meanwhile, over on the Digital Song Sales chart, “Dynamite” spent its 18th non-consecutive week at No. 1—formally breaking the report of 17 weeks set by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s smash hit “Despacito” (that includes Justin Bieber) to turn out to be the music with essentially the most weeks at No. 1 within the historical past of the chart.
Congratulations to BTS on their historic achievements!
Check out BTS’s latest discuss present particular “Let’s BTS” with subtitles beneath:
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