BTS’s “Dynamite” Soars Back To Top 40 Of Billboard’s Hot 100
On the ranking for the week ending March 27, “Dynamite” rises to No. 34 from No. 43 last week. The Hot 100 ranks the most popular songs in the United States across all genres based on streaming (official audio and official video), radio airplay, and sales data.
This is the song’s 30th week on the chart, and it continues to extend its own record for the most weeks on the Hot 100 of any track by an all-Korean group. BTS is now one week away from tying PSY for the longest time on the chart for any all-Korean artist’s song—PSY’s 2012 track “Gangnam Style” previously spent 31 weeks on the Hot 100.
“Dynamite” also rises to No. 2 from No. 4 last week on the Global Excl. U.S. chart, and it takes No. 6 on the Global 200 after charting at No. 12 the previous week. The two charts list songs based on streaming and sales data from more than 200 territories, with the Global 200 including data from around the world and the Global Excl. U.S. chart comprising data from territories excluding the United States.
Congratulations to BTS!