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Group BTS has topped the U.S. Billboard main single chart "Hot 100" for nine consecutive weeks.
The U.S. Billboard announced on the 26th that BTS topped the "Hot 100" chart with its digital single "Butter" released in May. "Butter" topped the "Hot 100" chart for seven consecutive weeks starting on June 5, but returned to the top last week , ranking eighth in its career.
BTS has dominated the Billboard main chart for more than two months, happily competing with their songs, proving to be a "21st-century pop icon."
"Butter from BTS has returned to the top of the Hot 100," Billboard said on its official website. "This year's largest number one tie," he wrote, highlighting the news. "Butter rebounded from seventh to eighth last week, making it the "most number one song in 2021" with Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License," Billboard said.
"Butter" recorded 30.7 million radio listeners in its weekly tally through July 22, the Billboard quoted MRC data. This is a 2 percent increase from the previous weekly tally. In addition, the number of downloads in the U.S. was 115,600, up 132% from the previous weekly tally.
"Permission to Dance," which won the first place in the first week of entry by pushing "Butter" last week, was ranked seventh in the "Hot 100" on July 31.
According to Billboard, BTS is the first artist in Billboard's history to re-top the previous No. 1 song without giving up the No. 1 spot to another artist after performing "Baton Touch" with his song.
Meanwhile, "Butter" topped the "Digital Song Sales" chart again, and "Permission to Dance," which topped the previous week's chart, was ranked second.