BTS Dynamite sets new record with 32 weeks on Billboard Hot 100 chart
South Korean boyband, Bangtan Boys released the Dynamite song last year. It is currently breaking records on the top musical charts. It has completed 32 weeks on Billboard Hot 100 chart
AMRY’s just can’t contain their excitements as BTS’s song, Dynamite completed its 32 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song was released last year during the pandemic Coronavirus lockdown and it has been received well by the audience. After breaking several records with its views, it has bagged yet another remarkable feat of being on the Billboard Hot 100 for continuous 32 weeks. Bangtan Boy’s fans share warm posts on Twitter and they trend about BTS paving the way.
The colorful song produced by the BigHit Entertainment has set the record of being the longest-running song on the chart by a Korean act. This pop-disco song featured Jin, Jimin, Suga, V, Jungkook, J-Hope and RM in a never before seen avatars and its all thing peppy. It is sure make someone dance to its tunes. Dynamite is also BTS’ first ever song to be certified RIAA Double Platinum in the US (2,000,000 units). Here’s how ARMY’s reacted on Dynamite completing 32 weeks on Billboard Hot 100.
.@BTS_twt‘s “Dynamite” is now the longest charting song by a Korean act in Hot 100 history, passing “Gangnam Style”.
— chart data (@chartdata) April 6, 2021
With 32 weeks on Billboard Hot 100, “Dynamite” by @BTS_twt becomes the longest charting song by a Korean act in Hot 100 history, breaking the record set by PSY’s “Gangnam Style”!#DynamiteRecordBreaker 🎉👏 pic.twitter.com/styFPswtzp
— BTS Press ⁷ (@BTSPressData) April 6, 2021
Dynamite being most viewed mv in 24hr
Dynamite being 1st kgroup song to reach no. 1 on H100
Dynamite being 1st song by a kpop group to nominate for Grammys
Dynamite have spent 32 weeks on the Billboard hot 100.
— BE 🌟 #FilmOut ⁷ ♡ (@bts_we_are_7) April 6, 2021
When I look back, Dynamite has left an indelible mark on so many of our lives, bringing much needed energy & healing during a global crisis. From when @bts_twt announced it’s existence to today, I am struck by it’s phenomenal impact. #DynamiteRecordBreaker pic.twitter.com/9cUcSNMoyr
— ᴮᴱ Sara 살아 ⁷ 🌱 (@SaraBangtan07) April 6, 2021
“DYNAMITE” is now the longest charting song of all-time by a Korean act on Hot 100 with 32 weeks! another achievement and history has been made! congratulations @BTS_twt! so proud of you! legends behavior! 👏#DynamiteRecordBreaker pic.twitter.com/14kL8HMRh3
— ًac ⁷ 🌸 daddeh (@vminggukx) April 6, 2021
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