BTS's 'Dynamite' successfully reclaims their top spot on Billboard's Global 200 chart as they continue to dominate the list through their other albums.

On January 13, Wednesday, BTS's 'Dynamite' incredibly spends its 20th week on Billboard's Hot 100 while consistently being included in a top 40 spot through their other albums. The 'King of K-pop' group manages to snatch back their No. 1 spot on the Global 200 chart as well.

Moreover, BTS's enchanting and funky 'Dynamite' smash hit landed on No. 25 spots of the week in the Hot 100 chart, which also ranks tracks from all genres in the United States, and has a state streaming in audio, MV track, radio airplay, and sales data. Fans are proud!

Moreover, BTS's 'Dynamite' managed to stay for four weeks on the Global 200 chart, which features the biggest and successful hits based on streaming and sales data from 200 countries worldwide. That said, BTS's 'Dynamite' is included for having a total of 55.6 million streams and is currently tying Maria Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You.'

Furthermore, BTS's 'Dynamite' reigns the No. 1 spot of Billboard's Global Excl. U.S char for having a total of 48.3 million streams, 15,000 sales, and for staying on the spot eight times already. 'Dynamite' has been making headlines lately and is described by Billboard as 'the track with longest time at the top for any song since September 2020.'

'Dynamite' has stirred quite an entertainment since its official debut in the K-pop scene, as it gained a lot of covers from people and celebrities worldwide. Meanwhile, the track also peaks at No. 3 on the Digital Song Sales chart, No. 31 on the Radio Songs chars, and BTS is now Billboard's No. 11 artist in the Artist 100 chart this week.

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