‘Butter’, Swept the U.S. Billboard... Sensational on the charts other than the Hot 100
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[by Ent Team] BTS continued its sensation by sweeping a number of charts, including conquering the US Billboard Hot 100 chart with its new song, 'Butter'.
According to the latest chart released by the American music media, Billboard, on the 2nd (local time), a digital single 'Butter', released by BTS on the 21st of last month, entered the 'Hot 100' chart and ranked straight as No. 1. 'Butter' is the fourth song for BTS to rank as the top on the 'Hot 100' chart following the remix version of 'Savage Love' in which they participated in featuring, and 'Life Goes On' of 'BE', which wrote the history as the 1st first Korean lyrics.
'Butter' proved to be a worldwide hot wave by sweeping many Billboard charts except 'Hot 100'. It ranked as the top on 'Billboard Global 200' and 'Billboard Global (excluding the U.S.)' both, which calculated streaming and sales in more than 200 countries and regions around the world, and also ranked as the top on 'Digital Song Sales' and 'Canadian Digital Song Sales' charts.
BTS' previous albums and songs were also successful in reverse climbing, showing off their strong power on the Billboard charts. In the main album chart, 'Billboard 200', the album 'BE', released in November last year, ranked as 70th, jumping 91 steps compared to the previous week. BTS' 4th regular album 'MAP OF THE SOUL: 7', released in February last year, ranked as 76th, while the repackaged album 'LOVE YOURSELF 結 Answer' also ranked as 109th rebounded 43 steps.
The global mega hit song, 'Dynamite', ranked as 9th on 'Billboard Global (excluding the U.S.)', 18th on 'Billboard Global 200', 13th on the 'Digital Song Sales' chart and 24th on 'Mexico Ingles Airplay', respectively.
In addition, BTS also ranked as 2nd on the 'Artist 100', which measures the influence and awareness of artists by comprehensively quantifying music, album sales, streaming, radio broadcasting scores, and social media activities, jumping 14 steps compared to the previous week. (Photo Credit: Big Hit Music)