Just a few days ago, BTS released a new single with UK-based pop / rock band Coldplay. Next week, “My Universe” could be the right chart to hit all over the world. Despite interest in the cut, American fans are still buying the Korean group’s recent smash “butter.”
This week, “Butter” sold an additional 33,500 digital copies, according to information shared by MRC data. Billboard chart. That’s enough to make “butter” the best-selling truck in America. Also, this song will make history by selling it as before.
when Billboard Tomorrow we’ll update the charts and “Butter” will be at the top of the digital song sales list, ranking the best-selling tracks in the United States. The summer song will soon win its 17th stay at the penthouse on that list. It will be associated with one of the biggest hits in history.
“Butter” has been number one on the Digital Song Sales Chart for 17 weeks, officially linking Lewis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber’s “Despa Sheet” as the second most framed song in the ranking. In 2017, when the multilingual smash ran around the world, it did its best earlier this year, but hit a record high most of the week in its purchase-only roster.
Between 2020 and 2021, BTS’Dynamite was ranked number one on the Digital Song Sales Chart 18 times. The cut now stands as the title that spent the most weeks on a purchase-focused tally.
Of the three longest-running No. 1s in the history of digital song sales charts, two belong to BTS, whose statistics are especially when it comes to convincing a large fan base. Another demonstration of indisputable power and popularity. Actually buy the song.
“Butter” is one of the hit songs ranked 8th in BTS’s digital song sales ranking, and it is not the latest. The catchy songs are still high, so the band stood at the top of the tally and replaced it with a new track, “Permission to Dance.” This too soon became a sales giant. Next week, Septet can easily replace one song with another. This is because “My Universe” is always likely to launch at the first place on the chart.