BTS‘ “Butter” turns into the primary title to spend as many as 10 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard‘s Sizzling Trending Songs chart, powered by Twitter, because it continues its command on the rating dated Feb. 26. (The record launched in October.)
“Butter” leads with 4 million Twitter mentions, down 32%, Feb. 11-17. The observe, which is nominated for finest pop duo/group efficiency on the sixty fourth Grammy Awards April 3, topped the Billboard Hot 100 for 10 weeks starting final June. It additionally dominated the Billboard World Excl. U.S. survey for 5 weeks and the Billboard World 200 for 2 frames.
Billboard‘s Sizzling Trending Songs charts, powered by Twitter and sponsored by Capital One, observe international music-related tendencies and conversations in real-time throughout Twitter, viewable over both the final 24 hours or previous seven days. A weekly, 20-position model of the chart, protecting exercise from Friday by Thursday of every week, posts alongside Billboard‘s different weekly charts on Billboard.com every Tuesday. The charts spotlight buzz round new releases, award reveals, competition moments, music nostalgia and extra. Sizzling Trending Songs is exclusive in that it tracks what songs individuals are speaking about, not essentially what they’re listening to.
BTS’ presence extends to the runner-up rank on Sizzling Trending Songs, as “Keep Alive” by the group’s Jung Kook’s jumps 16-2 in its second week on the chart. The music was launched along side 7FATES: CHAKHO, BTS’ web-novel and comedian. Jung Kook’s BTS bandmate SUGA co-wrote and co-produced the observe, which additionally debuts on the Sizzling 100 at No. 95.
Elsewhere on Sizzling Trending Songs, TAEYEON’s “INVU” enters at No. 19, changing into her first entry on the chart and marking the one debut on the rating this week. “INVU” is the title observe from the South Korean singer’s new LP of the identical title, launched Feb. 14.
Maintain visiting Billboard.com for the constantly evolving Sizzling Trending Songs rankings, and test in every Tuesday for the most recent weekly chart.