“Permission to Dance” #1 on this week’s Billboard Hot 100, Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excluding US charts. Billboard ranks weekly the most-consumed tracks on the planet accounting for both sales and streaming data. “Permission to Dance” also debuted at #1 on the Digital Song Sales. This means that on Billboard Global 200 BTS have now garnered seven top 10 hits on the Billboard Global 200 becoming act with the most hits among all acts and breaking the tie they had with Justin Bieber.Continue reading “BTS Have Achieved Billboard All Kill With “Permission to Dance” Debuting At #1 On All Major US Charts”
BTS’ hot summer song of the year “Permission to Dance” debuts at #1 On Billboard Hot 100! Earning BTS their 4th #1 debut, just behind Ariana Grande who has five #1 debuts. BTS now own 13 overall #1s on the US Hot 100 Chart. By adding a 5th #1 on the chart, the Band has become the artist (group) with the most #1 hits on the Hot 100 list this decade! After BTS’s “Butter” topped Billboard’s Hot 100 for a record-breaking seven straight weeks, the group’s latest hit “Permission to Dance” replaced “Butter” as the No. 1 song on the chart this week.Continue reading “BTS’ “Permission to Dance” Debuts at #1 On US Billboard Hot 100 Chart!”
“7th Consecutive Week at #1! BTS’ “Butter” is officially on top of the US Billboard Hot 100 Chart. “Butter” released on 21st May has been on a winning streak on the Hot 100. It debuted at #1 and has retained that spot for the seventh time in a row! Earning BTS 12 Billboard Hot 100 #1 records!Continue reading “BTS’ “Butter” Maintains #1 Position On Billboard Hot 100 Chart For Its 7th Consecutive Week!”
BTS’ “Dynamite” spends a record-breaking 32 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, surpassing Psy’s “Gangnam Style” released in 2012 to officially become the longest charting song by a Korean act in history!
“Dynamite” debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100 having sold 300,000 units in its first week, including download, vinyl and cassette physical versions. It become BTS’ first number-one single in the US and their fourth top-10 entry. “Dynamite” sold a 182,000 units in its second week, remaining atop the Hot 100 for a second week, “Dynamite” returned to the top spot on the Hot 100 Chart for a third non consecutive week at number-one.Continue reading “BTS’ “Dynamite” Beats “Gangnam Style’s” 8 Year Record On The Billboard Hot 100 Chart History”
There are many people who are always surprised at BTS’ great achievements on the Billboard charts. But BTS has been topping the charts early on in their debut since 2017 and as the years went on, they climbed higher and higher on the charts until now where their latest album “BE” has joined the chart breaking streak. Having sold over 20 million albums on the Gaon Music Chart, BTS is the best-selling artist in South Korean history and holds the best-selling album in South Korea with Map of the Soul: 7. They are the first and only Asian and non-English speaking act to be named the IFPI Global Recording Artist of the Year (2020) and they currently remain as the only non-English speaking act to enter that list.Continue reading “BTS Reigns On This Week’s Billboard Top 5 World Albums Chart With 4 Entries”
BTS should add to their title “only act,” “first act/artist,” “”in history,” “fastest group,” “first song,” “first group,” basically just add “first” to their Grammy nominated Name. With the release of “BE” on November 20th, both the album and song had broken many records from their debut on the worldwide charts. The successes of their “BE” album can be largely attributed to that fact that BTS not only write great lyrics, they write on what is retable and current to the general public. More specifically this album came about during a time when there was or is a lot of despair due to the COVID-19 pandemic. BTS wanted us to know that everyone is going through a tough time but one should not lose hope as “Life will go on” regardless and we are all in this together.Continue reading “BTS Became The Second Act In History To Debut Both Song & Album on Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard 200 In The Same Week”