BTS’ ‘Butter’ Tops Sizzling 100 for Seventh Week

“Butter,” launched on HYBE/BigHit New music/Columbia Documents, drew 29.1 million radio airplay audience impressions (up 6%) and 10.8 million U.S. streams (down 1%) and sold 108,800 (down 29%) in the week ending July 8, according to MRC Details. (See underneath for details concerning a alter, effective this 7 days, to the Warm 100’s airplay tracking 7 days.)

The keep track of provides a seventh week atop the Digital Track Sales chart and climbs 23-21 on Radio Tracks and 31-26 on Streaming Music.

“Butter” concurrently enters the Pop Airplay top rated 10 (11-10), turning out to be BTS’ next prime 10 on the mainstream best 40 radio-centered chart, just after “Dynamite” hit No. 5 last December. BTS is the 1st all-South Korean act with several Pop Airplay leading 10s. A person other artist from South Korea has reached the Pop Airplay leading 10: soloist PSY, whose “Gangnam Fashion” hit No. 10 in October 2012.

BTS is established to debut on upcoming week’s, July 24-dated Hot 100 with its latest single, “Authorization to Dance,” introduced Friday (July 9).

Olivia Rodrigo’s “Fantastic 4 U” retains at No. 2 on the Warm 100, seven weeks right after it opened at No. 1. It posts a seventh week atop Streaming Music (27.6 million, down 9%) retains at No. 6 on Radio Songs, with 61.3 million impressions, up 15%, as it wins the Sizzling 100’s top rated Airplay Gainer award for a sixth 7 days and falls 5-9 on Electronic Track Profits (8,200, down 14%).

Dua Lipa’s “Levitating,” featuring DaBaby, rebounds 4-3 on the Sizzling 100, just after reaching No. 2, as it tallies a third 7 days at No. 1 on Radio Tracks (79.7 million, down 2%), although Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me Far more,” that includes SZA, dips to No. 4 from its No. 3 Hot 100 large.

Lil Nas X’s “Montero (Connect with Me by Your Title)” jumps 8-5 on the Sizzling 100, returning to the major 5 for the initially time due to the fact the chart dated Could 1, following it launched at No. 1 on the list dated April 10.

As it rises 5-4 on Radio Music (65.5 million, up 7%), “Montero” hits No. 1 on the Pop Airplay chart, getting to be Lil Nas X’s first chief on the rating. He beforehand peaked as significant as No. 3 on Pop Airplay with his breakthrough smash “Old City Highway,” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, in 2019 the music dominated the Warm 100 for a record 19 weeks.

Lil Nas X qualified prospects his fifth airplay chart. He formerly topped (all in 2019): Rhythmic Airplay, with “Highway” (three months) and “Panini” (1 7 days) Dance/Combine Demonstrate Airplay and Rap Airplay, with “Street” (four months each individual) and Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, with “Highway” (three weeks).

(“Montero” will make its three-place jump in a tightly contested element of the Hot 100, with the songs at Nos. 5 by way of 9 all close in chart points, and every down 7 days-above-week The monitor sporting activities the smallest overall lessen, and best airplay acquire, amongst them.)

Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Routines” descends 5-6 in its next 7 days on the Sizzling 100. It pushes 11-10 on Radio Tracks (43.4 million), where it results in being his 10th top rated 10 at a few months, it ties “I Do not Care,” with Justin Bieber, in 2019, for Sheeran’s speediest flight to the area.

“Depart the Door Open up” by Silk Sonic, the duo of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, slips 6-7 on the Scorching 100, after two nonconsecutive weeks on prime. It provides a 13th 7 days at No. 1 on Sizzling R&B Music and an eighth body atop Sizzling R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, with both multi-metric charts utilizing the same methodology as the Scorching 100.

Rounding out the Warm 100’s leading 10, Justin Bieber’s former a single-7 days chief “Peaches,” featuring Daniel Caesar and Giveon, backtracks 7-8 The Weeknd and Ariana Grande’s “Help save Your Tears” holds at No. 9, immediately after two weeks at No. 1 and Olivia Rodrigo’s “Deja Vu” keeps at No. 10, just after reaching No. 3.

Modify to Sizzling 100’s airplay monitoring 7 days: As of this week’s, July 17-dated Incredibly hot 100, the airplay tracking 7 days for the chart, as perfectly as for other genre-based mostly Billboard airplay-, sales- and streaming-dependent hybrid “Warm”-named surveys, shifts to a Friday by Thursday cycle (from Monday-Sunday) — aligning the radio measurement week for the charts, and Radio Music, with the Friday-Thursday time period utilized for sales and streaming, this week reflecting July 2-8.

The Hot 100 and style “Incredibly hot” charts will keep on to be finalized just about every Monday, with the Sizzling 100’s major 10 and other chart highlights nonetheless to be uncovered every single Monday afternoon (except for weeks impacted by holidays) via the weekly top 10 recap tale on billboard.com and social posts, while charts in full will carry on to update on billboard.com each and every Tuesday morning.

The other “Very hot” charts that use the Radio Tunes facts switching to a Friday-Thursday airplay monitoring 7 days are: Incredibly hot State Tracks, Scorching R&B/Hip-Hop Tunes, Warm R&B Music, Hot Rap Tunes, Scorching Rock & Choice Music, Incredibly hot Alternate Tracks, Incredibly hot Tricky Rock Tunes, Very hot Latin Tunes, Incredibly hot Dance/Digital Tunes, Very hot Christian Tracks and Sizzling Gospel Tunes.

(This change does not have an impact on format-unique radio structure charts, such as Pop Airplay, Place Airplay, Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, Rock & Alternative Airplay and Latin Airplay, between many others.)

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