Billboard has now announced its charts for the week ending November 14th. “Dynamite” wins in its 11th week on No. 16 die Hot 100 Chart that ranks the most popular songs in the United States across all genres. The English-language single, which came out on August 21, made history debuted at the top of the table and it’s spent three non-consecutive weeks in # 1 over its run.
“Dynamite” is now BTS ‘longest running song on the Hot 100 and sets a new record for tracks by all-South Korean groups. The previous record was the 10 weeks reached from BTS’s 2017 remix “MIC Drop”.
In the meantime, “Dynamite” continues to show its popularity on the radio waves with its success on the Pop songs Radio airplay chart. The ranking measures total weekly games on around 160 mainstream top 40 radio stations.
Last week BTS took No. 9 in the pop songs table and exceeded 10th place, which PSY’s “Gangnam Style” had achieved in October 2012. This week they broadened their record as “Dynamite” stays at number 9 and the first song of an All-South becomes a Korean act to secure 9th place for two weeks.
“Dynamite” also claims No. 1 on the Selling digital songs Chart after dipping at number 3 last week.
The song takes number 4 on that Global 200 Diagram and no. 3 on the Global Excl. US Diagram. BTS is also No. 4 on the Artist 100 Diagram and remains No. 1 on the Social 50 Diagram, expand your recording for most non-consecutive weeks at the top of the chart to 204.
The group is currently preparing to release their new album “BE” on November 20th. Take a look at the playlist Here!
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