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BTS, which recorded the Billboard No. 1 single for six consecutive weeks with "Butter," is also continuing its popularity with its new song "Permission to Dance."
According to Spotify, the world's largest music streaming company, "Permission to Dance" entered second place on Spotify's "Global Top 200" chart on the 9th. The song was streamed 7,339,385 times on Tuesday, the first day of its release.
The first place is "Beggin" by Italian rock band Måneskin, the winner of this year's Eurovision Song Contest, Europe's largest music festival. The song is a cover of the original song by the American band The Four Seasons, which was recently popular on the short-form video platform TikTok.
"Permission to Dance" ranked No. 1 in 13 countries and regions, including Korea, India, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Russia, Vietnam, Singapore and Saudi Arabia, on the "Top 200" chart by Spotify country and region. It ranked sixth on the U.S. Top 200 chart.
The song was also well received on the Oricon Chart in Japan. With 18,232 downloads, she ranked No. 1 in the Daily Digital Single Rankings on Tuesday.
Shortly after its release, it became the world's No. 1 real-time trend on Twitter and No. 1 on YouTube, drawing attention on social media.
The music video recorded 72.3 million views on YouTube in 24 hours after its release at 1 p.m. on the 9th. The number exceeded 100 million at 5:09 p.m. on Wednesday, 52 hours after the release.
As a result, BTS' music videos with hundreds of millions of views have increased to 34, the largest number among Korean singers.
Also, the number of concurrent users exceeded 2.3 million at the time of YouTube's first screening.
It is the fourth most recorded music video of all time, after "Butter," "Dynamite," and "Life Goes On." BTS holds all of the first and fourth place records.
"Permission to Dance" is a new song released by BTS on the "Butter" single CD, and expectations are high that it will continue the popularity of "Butter," which was first released in May.