BTS has made one other wonderful achievement!
On June 2, Oricon reported that BTS’s “Butter” had positioned No. 1 on the weekly streaming chart for the week of May 24 to May 30. During that span of time, “Butter” recorded 31,130,352 streams, and the tune remained on the high for 2 consecutive weeks. This is the best variety of performs recorded in every week in Oricon historical past, and this nearly doubles their earlier record of 16,607,136 streams.
BTS beforehand topped the weekly streaming chart with “Dynamite” (chart dated September 7, 2020) and “Film Out” (chart dated April 19, 2021), so BTS has set a brand new document of getting three consecutive songs attaining over 10 million streams inside every week. Even if the songs hadn’t been consecutive releases, BTS is the one artist in Oricon historical past to attain over 10 million streams throughout a single week for not less than three songs.
Additionally, on June 1 native time, Billboard formally introduced that “Butter” had entered Billboard’s well-known Hot 100 chart – its weekly rating of the preferred songs within the United States – at No. 1. “Butter” is now BTS’s fourth tune to high the Hot 100, following “Dynamite,” their “Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)” collaboration with Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo, and “Life Goes On.”
Congratulations to BTS!
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