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After seven weeks on top of Billboard Hot 100, BTS’ Butter’ passes the baton and lets “Permission to Dance” top the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Here are some fun facts about BTS’ “Permission to Dance” tops the Billboard charts, including Hot 100, Globall 200, and Global excluding U.S.
7 Fun Facts about BTS’ “Permission to Dance” Tops the Billboard Charts: Hot 100, Global 200, and Global Excluding U.S.
1. BTS “Butter” finally passes the baton to ‘Permission to Dance’ and tops the Billboard Hot 100 this week.
Again, ‘What Yoongi Wants Yoongi Gets.” BTS “Permission to Dance” takes the place of BTS’ “Butter” after its seventh week on the chart becomes a reality.
WHAT YOONGI WANTS, YOONGI GETS pic.twitter.com/h12cIBIOoV— mina⁷ (@EUPH0RIAL0VE) July 19, 2021
2. BTS is continuously dominating the Billboard Hot 100 with their hits.
The Korean pop stars successfully hit No.1 on Billboard Hot 100 with their songs Dynamite, Savage Love (Jawsh 685, Jason Derulo, and BTS), Life Goes On, Butter, and Permission to Dance. “Permission to dance” becomes the group’s fifth song to top the chart, marking BTS one of the artists that have the most No. 1 hits on the #Hot100.
3. Fastest time to achieve No.1 on #Hot100 with five hits.
BTS achieved its five No.1 hits on the #Hot100 for ten months and two weeks, and it becomes the fastest time since Michael Jackson’s five No.1 hits over nine months and two weeks in 1987-1988.
4. BTS becomes the first act to replace itself at No.1 on Billboard chart in 2021.
Following the BTS “Permission to Dance” debuts at No.1, replaces “Butter” (which drops to No. 7) on #Hot100, its markings the septet’s fifth No. 1 hit and the first act to replace itself at No. 1 since the Beatles (1964), Boyz II Men (1994), Outkast (2004), Black Eyed Peas (2009), and Drake in 2018.
5. BTS “Permission to Dance” is BTS’ 5th Global 200 No. 1
Besides, Billboard Hot 100 chart, BTS’ “Permission to Dance” also enters at No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200. After being released on July 9, the song has 170.8 million streams and 138,600 sales worldwide in the July 9-15 tracking week.
6. BTS Billboard Global Excluding U.S. chart
Besides Billboard Hot 100 and Global 200, BTS “Permission to Dance” also enters No.1 at Billboard Excluding U.S. chart.
7. BTS’ “Permission to Dance” becomes Ed Sheeran’s fourth Billboard as a writer.
Previously, Ed Sheeran was the one who gave the spoiler about the new BTS’ song that gave a stir among ARMY (BTS fans). Well, his spoiler has given the ARMY the fuel to raise BTS’ new single to the top of Billboard. In his twit, Ed Sheeran shared that it’s his fourth Billboard as a writer following Shape of You, Perfect, and Love Yourself (Justin Bieber). Moreover, he also conveyed his admiration for BTS fans, ARMY.
BTS & ARMY .Teamwork makes the dream work.
BTS and ARMy did it again as they successfully bring the upbeat vibe of “Permission to Dance” to the top and congratulate each other. Credit translation to Soo Choi @choi_bts2.
Congratulations, BTS & ARMY!
BTS’ ‘Permission to Dance’ challenge starts this week. Check out all the details here.
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