‘Dynamite’ is one of the most listened to songs in recent years, Bangtan Sonyeondan broke a new achievement by having the single with the longest consecutive weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. How long has the K-pop song stayed on the music charts?
Undoubtedly, ‘Dynamite‘marked in many ways the career of BTS, achieved their first GRAMMY nomination, broke records of reproductions on the YouTube platform and reached the # 1 position within the chart Hot 100 de Billboard.
Not only that, it is the first single from the band from K-pop completely in English, the choreography inspired by the legendary steps of Michael Jackson, the retro style of the outfits and the melody made more than one dance.
As if this were not enough, ‘Dynamite‘was praised by several recognized figures in the music industry, had millions of covers and brought the world of the K-pop to people who were unfamiliar with the boy bands from South Korea.
The song released on August 20, 2020, reached a new record on the lista Hot 100 from Billboard by establishing longer within the chart. We tell you all the details below.
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‘DYNAMITE’ IS THE LONGEST KOREAN ACT WITHIN BILLBOARD’S HOT 100
‘Dynamite‘is the song of the K-pop with more time inside the lista Hot 100 de Billboard, the boys of Bangtan Sonyeondan they put their funny melody on the ranking for 32 consecutive weeks. A historic act for idols.
The English-language single from the Big Hit Entertainment group surpassed iconic songs from the K-pop like PSY’s ‘Gangnam Style’ and ‘Gentleman’, even ‘Baby Shark’, which were featured for 31, 15 and 31 weeks respectively.
Mentions of BTS in the chats of Billboard they were not only on the list Hot 100, Well, currently the band leadered by Kim Namjoon has a strong presence in the category of Hot 200 the album ‘BE’ ranked 50th and Map Of The Soul: 7th 108th in 19 and 58 weeks each.
The reaction of ARMY from around the world did not wait and through social networks the fandom of BTS celebrated the new achievement of ‘Dynamite‘ on the list Hot 100 de Billboard With the hashtag #DynamiteRecordBreaker and the mention BTS PAVED THE WAY, both of them quickly took over the trends from various countries.
You imagine Dynamite in the style of Michael Jackson?, a dancer musician and singer made possible the collaboration Come in BTS and the King of Pop with an incredible cover.