BTS' 'Dynamite' Continues Hitting Success On Billboard Hot 100
The world’s most phenomenal South Korean boy band proves their success as ‘Dynamite’ extends its throne on Billboard’s Hot 100, finishing on the number two spot in its third week.
The K-pop all-boy group’s full English track called ‘Dynamite’ previously achieved a remarkable feat at the renowned music chart. The explosive single was the first song by an all-South Korean artist to reach the first rank on the Hot 100 upon its release two weeks ago.
Furthermore, it continued its domination as it makes history again by reigning at the same spot the following week.
As per Soompi, Billboard has announced that ‘Dynamite’ has stepped down one rank lower on the Hot 100 that dates September 19. Having that said, BTS’ newest single carry on in topping the Digital Song Sales chart, hailing 136,000 downloads sold in its junior week, and it smashes the number 16 spot on the Streaming Songs chart with a whopping 13.3 million U.S. streams.
Moreover, BTS proved that they are unstoppable when the group gave prominence to their first entry on the Radio Songs chart, specifically on the 49th spot. A soaring 18.3 million radio airplay audience impressions.
In particular, Billboard’s Hot 100 is the U.S.’s roster of the most popular and streamed songs across all music genres. The factors that need to be considered upon the figures of the said music chart is basing on radio airplay, streams, and sales data.
On September 15, Billboard has updated their music charts for the said week. Meanwhile, check on Billboard’s announcement below.
‘Dynamite’ is a song of hope and inspiration by BTS, as they aim to reach out to their fans in this time of crisis caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic. Recently, BTS performed at ‘America’s Got Talent’ Semi-Finals with ‘Dynamite,’ capturing the ARMYs’ hearts.
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