BTS’ Hit ‘Dynamite’ Spends Its Second Week at No.1 on Billboard Hot 100


BTS celebrates as their song “Dynamite” keeps its spot at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the second week. 

The upbeat song, released by BigHit Entertainment/Columbia Records, is the group’s first No.1 song, and the first time a South Korean group has held the top spot on the chart.


It has also spent its second week in the No.1 spot on Billboards Digital Song Sales Chart.


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With 17.5 million U.S. streams, 182,000 downloads, and 16 million radio airplay audience impressions as of Friday, Sept. 4, the song has been dominating the charts these past two weeks.


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“Dynamite” is also breaking records by being the first song in almost four years to sell over 180,000 downloads in multiple weeks, following “Closer” by The Chainsmokers, featuring Halsey, in September of 2016.

It has also become BTS’ first song to be entered in the top 40-based Adult Pop Songs Chart, holding the No.29 spot. Additionally, the track has risen to the No.20 spot on the mainstream top 40-based Pop Songs Chart.

This is a huge milestone for BTS and K-Pop as the band continues to become more successful. If you haven’t listened to BTS yet, be sure to check out their amazing music by clicking here.