Group BTS is still very popular with ‘Dynamite’ released in August. In particular, the USA radio chart, which symbolizes popular popularity, is also breaking records.
BTS’s “Dynamic” ranked fifth in the “pop song” category on the latest chart released by Billboard, a USA music media outlet, on the 15th (local time), up to one notch from the previous week. It is the highest-ranking ever recorded on the chart, breaking the record of a Korean singer.
The “pop song” chart ranks the number of weekly broadcasts based on Nielsen Music/MRC data, which monitors more than 140 radio stations in the USA, and is a chart that can gauge popularity in the USA.
“Dynamite” was ranked 10th on the “Radio Song” chart, one of the main Billboard charts, the same as last week. It also did well on the global radio chart, ranking 17th and 26th in “Canada All-Format AirPlay” and “Mexico AirPlay,” respectively.
Besides, Mediabase, an analysis chart of the number of radio broadcasts in the USA, announced that “Dynamic” ranked fifth in terms of radio broadcasts on December 8-14. It is also BTS’s own record and a Korean singer’s record.
BTS proved to have broken down high barriers to entry and settled on the United States’ mainstream, as it racked up on the prestigious USA radio charts with ‘Dynamite.’
“Dynamite” ranked 24th on the Billboard’s latest chart
“Dynamite” ranked 24th on the Billboard’s latest chart, “Hot 100”, second on “Digital Song Sales,” fifth on “Global 200”, and third on “Global 200” (except the United States).
Besides, the new album “BE” ranked 18th on the main album chart, 7th on “Billboard 200”, 3rd on “Independent Album,” and 1st on “World Album.” The title song “Life Goes On” of “BE” ranked 93rd in “Hot 100”, 41st in “Global 200”, 18th in “Global 200” (excluding the United States), 1st in “Digital Song Sales,” and 1st in “World Digital Song Sales.” Also, BTS is continuing its record by ranking first in ‘Artist 100’ and ‘Social 50’.