On August 2 native time, Billboard formally introduced that BTS’s hit single “Butter” had remained No. 1 on its well-known Scorching 100 chart—its weekly rating of the most well-liked songs in the USA—for the ninth non-consecutive week.
Notably, the spectacular nine-week run of “Butter” was solely interrupted for one week by BTS’s personal track “Permission to Dance,” which means that BTS has now topped the Scorching 100 for 10 consecutive weeks.
With this newest achievement, “Butter” has now overtaken the Scorching 100 file set by Olivia Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” for the longest-running No. 1 hit of 2021. (“Drivers License” topped the chart for eight weeks again in January to March of this 12 months.)
“Butter” additionally efficiently remained the top-selling track of the week. Based on MRC Knowledge (previously Nielsen Music), the track racked up 30.5 million radio airplay viewers impressions, 8.1 million streams, and 112,900 downloads, which means that it held onto its spot at No. 1 on Billboard’s Digital Track Gross sales chart for the ninth non-consecutive week.
Moreover, “Butter” held regular at No. 21 on Billboard’s Radio Songs chart and got here in at No. 44 on the Streaming Songs chart for the week ending on August 7.
In the meantime, “Permission to Dance” additionally continued to carry out nicely on the Billboard charts. Along with charting at No. 9 on the Scorching 100, the track efficiently maintained its place at No. 2 on the Digital Track Gross sales chart this week.
Congratulations to BTS!
The #Hot100 high 10 (chart dated Aug. 7, 2021)
— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) August 2, 2021
Congratulations, @bts_bighit @bts_twt !
Topping the HOT 100 chart with each #BTS_Butter and #PermissiontoDance! #BTS hasn’t stepped down from the highest for 10 weeks!#방탄소년단 의 음악에 보내주시는 무한한 관심과 사랑에 진심으로 감사드립니다! #ThankYouARMY https://t.co/ORCpFX4G39
— BIGHIT MUSIC (@BIGHIT_MUSIC) August 2, 2021
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