Last week, BTS’single “Butter” returned to third place on the Billboard Global 200. BillboardRanking of the most consumed songs in the world with the same name. The placement made the song once again the third most popular track on the planet, benefiting from the release of a remix featuring the Grammy Award-winning Megan Thee Stallion. The latest views on earworms have captivated millions of fans. Fans streamed or purchased a copy and sent it back to the summit.
In stark contrast to the impressive jumpback of the Billboard Global 200 “Butter” that I enjoyed last week, this frame, the tune crater, went to number 21 and lost a lot of ground at once.The slip was due to Drake breaking into the charts with a dozen or more new songs, all of which are featured on his album. Certified lover boy.. “Butter” may not be as good as it was last time, but Cut still makes history for this period.
At the time of this frame, “Butter” has lived on the Billboard Global 200 for 16 weeks. This is enough to stand out as the fifth longest chart song in a Korean musical. Last time, it recorded 15 turns at the same level as the latest single “Alcohol-Free” of K-POP girl group TWICE. Currently, BTS has broken that tie and owns the title of the fifth longest hit, but the girls band has been pushed up to sixth place.
Looking at all the singles and Billboard Global 200 performances by Korean stars, BTS continues to hold record highs. The band’s “Dynamite” was the second hit in the new rankings of the time, with up to 53 frames spent on aggregation. It will be offered with just one stint spent on the roster prior to Pinkfong’s “Baby Shark” celebrating the first year on this list.
Blackpink’s “How You Like That” is comfortable in 3rd place as it recorded 33 weeks on the Billboard Global 200 before it hit the charts. Another BTS smash, Life Goes On, managed 22 frames somewhere in the long ranking and then disappeared, giving Septet yet another champion as 2020 approached the end.
Still in the Top 40, it’s hard to imagine “butter” falling off the Billboard Global 200 soon. In fact, as many new placements in Drake begin to fall, this is likely to occur in just a few hours, and cuts can rise again. I don’t know how long the summer song will last, but if BTS’s “Life Goes On” matches as the fourth longest song in the ranking, it’s easy to make history again in a few weeks. Certainly it will happen in a little over a month.