On May 26, Oricon reported that BTS’s “Butter” had positioned No. 1 on the weekly digital singles chart and weekly streaming chart for the week of May 17 to 23.
Since its launch on May 21, “Butter” garnered a complete of 52,821 downloads in a span of three days, putting the music on the prime of the weekly digital singles chart. This is BTS’s second time rating No. 1 on the chart following the discharge of “Film Out” in April 2. “Film Out” may even be the title observe for BTS’s upcoming Japanese compilation album “BTS, The Best,” which will probably be out on June 16.
“Butter” additionally defended its No. 1 spot on Oricon’s daily digital singles chart for the third consecutive day since its launch. Furthermore, the music was performed a complete of 16,607,136 occasions over these three days, putting it on the prime of the weekly streaming chart on its first week of launch. This is the best variety of performs recorded within the first week of a music’s launch in Oricon historical past.
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 file 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 realize over 10 million streams throughout a single week for at the very least three songs.
Following its launch, “Butter” has been dominating iTunes charts everywhere in the world, whereas its music video has been smashing information left and right on YouTube. On Spotify, “Butter” racked up a formidable 11,042,335 streams on its first day, attaining the highest number of first-day streams for any music in Spotify historical past.
Congratulations to BTS!
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