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BTS RECLAIMS TOP SPOT ON BILLBOARD CHART
입력 2020.09.29 (16:18) 수정 2020.09.29 (17:00) News Today
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BTS's "Dynamite" is back to the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 Songs chart. The K-pop sensation's latest single remained atop since its release earlier this month. But it slipped to No.2 to spend the previous two weeks on that spot. The rebound was described as unusual by local news outlets.

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BTS presents a perfectly synchronized dance routine to a rhythmic tune. Their latest hit "Dynamite" continues to dominate the U.S. pop market. Billboard announced the song reclaimed the top spot of its Hot 100 chart. Dynamite debuted at No.1 on the chart on September 5 and remained there for two weeks. But it dropped to the runner-up spot and stayed there for a while before the rebound. BTS is the first group in two years to take the top spot for three weeks with the same song. Local news outlets covered the rebound, describing it as unusual and surprising. On the back of K-pop fans' support, Dynamite achieved 153,000 downloads in five weeks since its release. The song's streaming and radio airplay also went up together. BTS gave thanks to their global fans, calling the rebound a miracle.
  • BTS RECLAIMS TOP SPOT ON BILLBOARD CHART
    • 입력 2020-09-29 16:18:35
    • 수정2020-09-29 17:00:12
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

BTS's "Dynamite" is back to the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 Songs chart. The K-pop sensation's latest single remained atop since its release earlier this month. But it slipped to No.2 to spend the previous two weeks on that spot. The rebound was described as unusual by local news outlets.

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BTS presents a perfectly synchronized dance routine to a rhythmic tune. Their latest hit "Dynamite" continues to dominate the U.S. pop market. Billboard announced the song reclaimed the top spot of its Hot 100 chart. Dynamite debuted at No.1 on the chart on September 5 and remained there for two weeks. But it dropped to the runner-up spot and stayed there for a while before the rebound. BTS is the first group in two years to take the top spot for three weeks with the same song. Local news outlets covered the rebound, describing it as unusual and surprising. On the back of K-pop fans' support, Dynamite achieved 153,000 downloads in five weeks since its release. The song's streaming and radio airplay also went up together. BTS gave thanks to their global fans, calling the rebound a miracle.
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