UPDATE:

South Korea’s pride, BTS retains the no. 1 spot on Billboard’s main singles chart and going strong for its fifth consecutive week!

‘Butter’ remains a favorite as the summer song, adding more prestigious achievements for the group’s chart records.

According to NME, BTS’ ‘Butter’ has broken the 23-year record that famous rock band Aerosmith had with its eternal single, ‘I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing.’

“Butter” holds at No. 1 with 12.4 million U.S. streams and 128,400 downloads sold (up 15%) in the week ending June 24. It also attracted 27.6 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 6%) in the week ending June 27.

On June 22, “Butter” by BTS continues its streak on Billboard Hot 100! Not only the 2nd or 3rd time but for the 4th consecutive week!

ARMY (BTS fandom), music, and media representatives held their breath last June 21st. It’s because Billboard will announce the list of the songs in the Billboard Hot 100.

And true enough, BTS’s “Butter” landed the top spot at No.1!

BTS’s “Butter” and the new record it holds!

BTS’s single is so smooth, and now the group’s longest-running song on the BB Hot 100 at No.1.

Upon the song’s premiere last May 21st, it immediately skyrocketed to the No.1 spot for the weekly chart released on June 5th.

“Butter” has officially broken their previous record. “Dynamite,” which the group released back in 2020, charted at the Billboard Hot 100 three times at No.1.

What’s more, it is currently the record-holder to reach the peak of BB Hot 100 by any Asian act!

History in the making.

Although many songs did take the No1 spot throughout Billboard’s history, only a few singles enjoyed four consecutive weeks on the chart. In truth, BTS’s recent single is among those songs.

According to the data, “Butter” acquired an astounding number of 12.5 million streams and 111,400 downloads in the U.S. The radio airplay numbers are a massive 25.8 million and have attained an impressive audience impression of up to 6%!

Do you think that BTS can hold the spot for the 5th consecutive week?

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