BTS Dominates Billboard Hot 100 With 'Savage Love' Remix And 'Dynamite'
BTS has been breaking records, and people are not surprised that they are dominating the Billboard Hot 100 with their latest track 'Dynamite' and mega-hit remix of 'Savage Love (Laxed-Siren Beat)' in collaboration with western artist Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo.
On October 12, Monday, Billboard Charts revealed the list of their Hot 100 songs for the week. BTS managed to get their successful hits 'Savage Love' and their full-English lyrics song 'Dynamite' on the first and second rank. (via Kpopstarz)
The K-pop boy band's official Twitter account revealed the delightful news to ARMYs around the world, sincerely expressing their gratitude for their undying love and support to BTS's music since their debut.
BTS officially dropped the 'Savage Love' remix version last October 2, Friday. The 'Savage Love' remix features members Jungkook, Suga, and J-Hope.
The song's version was well-received by fans and was thrilled when they noticed how the members of BTS harmonized in the song like it was their own, showing off their versatile talents. Since its release, fans have been streaming the song repeatedly, enabling BTS's version of Savage Love collaboration to hit the Billboard Charts!
The collaboration song also managed to get into the Billboard Global 200 charts, lacing at the 10th spot if the New Zealand Hot Singles charts, and 100th on South Korea's Gaon Charts.
Lastly, their full-English track 'Dynamite' also made the charts. BTS members intended to cheer up their fans struggling with hardships in life and those struggling emotionally due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
BTS members used the time while on quarantine together to write their sorrows away, as the COVID-19 pandemic crushed their world tour and other plans for the whole year.
Meanwhile, the full-English track Dynamite topped the Billboard 100 charts upon its release, enabling BTS to achieve its first-ever top 1 song in the United States.
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