SEOUL, Aug. 10 (Yonhap) — K-pop superband BTS’ hit “Butter” took fourth place on Billboard’s Top Singles Songs chart this week, dropping from the number one spot. It was posted last week.
Billboard said on its website on Monday (US time) that BTS’ song “Butter” has fallen to number four after nine weeks at the top of the “Hot 100” chart.
The American music magazine added that the song topped the “Digital Song Sales” chart for the tenth week, with 79,200 downloads, down 30 percent, while returning to the 20th place on the “Radio” chart. Songs” (Radio Songs), with 31.6 million listeners, an increase of 4 percent.
The summer song topped the chart for nine non-consecutive weeks, becoming the longest-running single of 2021.
With “Permission to Dance” and “Butter”, which topped the Hot 100 for one and nine weeks respectively, Cobalt dominated the competitive music charts for 10 consecutive weeks.
BTS topped the Billboard “Hot 100” 15 times, including three times with “Dynamite”, once with “Life Goes On” and once with “Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)”.
The group, which has set records at 10 months and two weeks, is the artist to top the chart five times in the fastest time in three decades since Michael Jackson, according to Billboard. Jackson took first place. He was placed on the “Hot 100” list five times in just nine months and two weeks, from 1987 to 1988.
“Butter,” a summertime disco-pop song released in late May, has gone from strength to strength since its release, sweeping online music charts and streaming platforms around the world, including iTunes and Spotify.
With “Butter”, BTS previously managed to stay on top of the chart for the longest time for a group song, since the 1995 song “One Sweet Day” by American pop singer Mariah Carey. and Boyz II Men, which topped the list for 16 weeks.
Boundary also became the first Asian artist to number one on Billboard’s Best Singles chart for more than four consecutive weeks. Japanese singer Kyo Sakamoto previously enjoyed the title with his song “Sukiyaki” in 1963.
Meanwhile, “Permission to Dance,” released on July 9, is the group’s second collaboration with British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran. The theme was included on “Butter’s” physical album, along with instrumental transcriptions of both songs.
“Permission to Dance” caused quite a stir upon its release, peaking at number two on Spotify and number one on the iTunes Top Songs chart in 92 countries and regions. The song recently debuted at number sixteen on the “Top 100” singles chart on the official UK music charts.
BTS released an R&B remix of the summer song in July, which the band’s agency Big Hit Music described as a ’90s-style music track. This remake is a gesture of gratitude to fans around the world who helped BTS reach the top spot on the Billboard chart, the agency said. Main with five songs.
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