Two of the highest ranked rungs on the latest digital song sales charts, Billboard The weekly list of individual songs that actually sold the most copies will be occupied by the same tracks as last time the music magazine published it tomorrow (Tuesday, September 21).
BTS’Butter’run the show, and country musician Walker Hayes sat right behind a Korean superstar and turned out to be his breakout smash, Fancy Like. BTS’Worldwide Earworm takes charge of Tally for another turn, tying one of the most successful songs of all time by one of the world’s most popular artists and re-advancing with an important all-time highest ranking. To do.
“Butter” has managed digital song sales charts for an incredibly non-continuous 16 weeks. This is the fourth song in history to reach that milestone. BTS’s blockbuster hit Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus’s “Old Town Road” in 1st place and spent the 16th frame in 1st place as the 3rd week cut.
Coincidentally (or not), BTS remains number one in the longest-running No. 1 hit ranking in the history of digital song sales charts. The band’s first Hot 100 ruler, Dynamite, recorded a record 18 frames with purchase-only aggregation between its release in 2020 and the beginning of the year.
Since the establishment of the Digital Song Sales Chart in 2004, the steadily hit second longest hit is the “Despa Sheet” by the trio of Lewis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber. The multilingual single won 17, stayed in the penthouse and then fell back to the list forever.
According to information shared by MRC Data, formerly known as Nielsen Music, “Butter” sold an additional 48,000 copies this week. The Song of the Summer still outperforms all other cuts, even though it slides on most cuts Billboard Ranking. At least one more frame is likely to stay on top of the tally, in which case the song will be the second longest first place. At that point, BTS claims to be the ruler of both the longest charts in the history of rankings, both # 1 and # 2.
It’s the different versions available to fans that help “Butter” stay in first place. The original is still popular and shortly after its debut, the band released several remixes. Just a few weeks ago, South Korean chart toppers recruited Megan Thee Stallion to renew their interest in cutting, and it took over the title and was able to sell over 100,000 copies again in a week. Thanks to all these purchases by fans across the country, Poppy’s songs have returned to # 1 on the Hot 100.