Bts “Dynamite” is spending its 20th week on Billboard’s Hot 100, holding a Top 40 spot. It is also number 1 in the Global 200 table!
The group’s hit single is # 25 on January 16 Hot 100 Chart that ranks songs from all genres based on US streaming (official audio and video), radio airplay, and sales data.
“Dynamite” spends a fourth week reigning on Global 200 Chart showing the top hits based on streaming and sales data from 200+ territories around the world. This happens with 55.6 million streams and 18,000 streams sold worldwide in the tracking week from January 1st to 7th. This means that Mariah Carey’s “Everything I want for Christmas is you” the longest tied to number 1 on the charts.
It’s now number 1 on Billboard’s Global Excl. US Chart showing data from areas outside of the United States. The song achieved 48.3 million streams and 15,000 sales during the week, expanding its record of the longest time at the top to a total of eight frames.
This is the fourth non-consecutive week that “Dynamite” has ruled both lists at the same time, making the title the record-breaking longest time at the top for any song since the charts started in September 2020.
Congratulations to BTS!
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