BTS Sweeps Top 3 Spots On Oricon’s Weekly Streaming Chart As “Permission To Dance” Ends “Butter’s” 8-Week Reign At No. 1
BTS completely dominated the latest Oricon weekly streaming chart!
On July 21, Oricon published this week’s streaming chart (officially dated July 26), and BTS singlehandedly swept the top three spots.
The group’s latest hit “Permission to Dance” rose to No. 1 on this week’s chart, ending “Butter‘s” eight-week reign at the top of the streaming chart. According to Oricon calculations, the song racked up an impressive 21,430,094 streams from July 12 to 18.
Meanwhile, after eight consecutive weeks at No. 1, “Butter” fell to No. 2 with a total of 14,846,308 streams for the week of July 12 to 18.
Finally, BTS’s 2020 smash hit “Dynamite” climbed back up the chart to No. 3 this week with a total of 7,145,285 streams.
BTS also made Oricon history on this week’s album chart, where its CD single “Butter” debuted at No. 1—making the group the first foreign artist ever to top Oricon’s weekly album chart with nine different albums.
Congratulations to BTS on their ongoing success in Japan!