Dynamite also set a record for a Kpop song to reach the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 for the most weeks in history.
On January 5, the Billboard Hot 100 chart updated the weekly song rankings (as of January 9). Dynamite – an English song released by BTS almost 5 months ago, suddenly appeared at No. 5.
Last week, the song “Dynamite ” dropped to No. 44 on the Billboard Hot 100. But BTS’s super hit went upstream 39 places to reach the top 5 this week. The song has had 19 consecutive weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, has never been out of this chart since its release in August 2020.
Moreover, Dynamite also set a record for a Kpop song to reach the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 for the most weeks in history. The previous record was held by Gangnam Style – the hit PSY released in 2012 (12 weeks). Meanwhile, Dynamite has 13 weeks in the top 10.
Immediately after the results of the Billboard Hot 100 this week were announced, BTS fans were extremely excited about Dynamite’s ranking as well as the record that the song just set. In Korea, netizens also expressed surprise at the position of Dynamite, in particular, this was the 19th week since the song was released.
Someone even said that Dynamite appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 is no different from the song “Spring Day” on the Melon chart (Korea). BTS released Spring Day in 2017, but since then this song has never left Melon’s top 100.
- No. 5?
- That’s great. I listen to this song every day. Great song.
- But why are BTS’s sales so high?
- Oh, Dynamite is a zombie.
- If Spring Day is a zombie on Melon then Dynamite is a zombie on Billboard.
- I thought it was a summer song but I still love listening to it in winter.
- To be honest, Dynamite is a great song for everyone to listen to, regardless of country or culture.
- BTS is popular in America! Proud of them!