BTS’s Butter Song Stays Atop On Billboard Hot 100 For Seven Weeks
South Korean idol group, BTS is known for ruling the pop music industry. Bangtan Boy's one of the recent song, Butter stays on top on the Billboard Hot 100 for seven consecutive weeks
South Korean boyband, BTS is known for ruling the pop music industry with their songs. Bangtan Boys had unleashed their Butter music video in May this year and it has been breaking records on several musical charts. The song stays atop on the Billboard Hot 100 for the seventh consecutive week. Big Hit Music shares the update with the ARMY’s on social media.
According to the Billboards, BTS’s Butter song drew 29.1 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 6%), 10.8 million U.S. streams, and sold 108,800 in the week ending July 8. Also, Butter became the first song by BTS to surpass the one million pure sales records in 2021. The seven members group continues to rule the musical charts with their peppy songs. The followed positions on the chart are occupied by Aaron Lewis at second, Walker Hayes at third, Ed Sheeran at fourth and Toby Keith at fifth position.
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— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) July 12, 2021
BTS’s most recent release include Permission To Dance. The music video is set in the backdrop post-pandemic situations. The boys are seen sending love to the ARMY’s releasing their iconic purple balloons in the sky. By doing this they welcome the new era. The song is sure to make ARMY’s groove along and it shells out happy vibes.
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