BTS’ ‘Butter’ Tops Hot 100 for Seventh Week

“Butter,” launched on HYBE/BigHit Music/Columbia Information, drew 29.1 million radio airplay viewers impressions (up 6%) and 10.Eight million U.S. streams (down 1%) and bought 108,800 (down 29%) within the week ending July 8, in line with MRC Information. (See beneath for particulars concerning a change, efficient this week, to the Sizzling 100’s airplay monitoring week.)

The monitor provides a seventh week atop the Digital Song Sales chart and climbs 23-21 on Radio Songs and 31-26 on Streaming Songs.

“Butter” concurrently enters the Pop Airplay high 10 (11-10), turning into BTS’ second high 10 on the mainstream high 40 radio-based chart, after “Dynamite” hit No. 5 final December. BTS is the primary all-South Korean act with a number of Pop Airplay high 10s. One different artist from South Korea has reached the Pop Airplay high 10: soloist PSY, whose “Gangnam Model” hit No. 10 in October 2012.

BTS is ready to debut on subsequent week’s, July 24-dated Sizzling 100 with its latest single, “Permission to Dance,” released Friday (July 9).

Olivia Rodrigo’s “Good Four U” holds at No. 2 on the Sizzling 100, seven weeks after it opened at No. 1. It posts a seventh week atop Streaming Songs (27.6 million, down 9%); holds at No. 6 on Radio Songs, with 61.Three million impressions, up 15%, because it wins the Sizzling 100’s high Airplay Gainer award for a sixth week; and falls 5-9 on Digital Track Gross sales (8,200, down 14%).

Dua Lipa’s “Levitating,” that includes DaBaby, rebounds 4-Three on the Sizzling 100, after reaching No. 2, because it tallies a 3rd week at No. 1 on Radio Songs (79.7 million, down 2%), whereas Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me Extra,” that includes SZA, dips to No. Four from its No. Three Sizzling 100 excessive.

Lil Nas X’s “Montero (Name Me by Your Title)” jumps 8-5 on the Sizzling 100, returning to the highest 5 for the primary time because the chart dated Could 1, after it launched at No. 1 on the record dated April 10.

Because it rises 5-Four on Radio Songs (65.5 million, up 7%), “Montero” hits No. 1 on the Pop Airplay chart, turning into Lil Nas X’s first chief on the rating. He beforehand peaked as excessive as No. Three on Pop Airplay along with his breakthrough smash “Outdated City Highway,” that includes Billy Ray Cyrus, in 2019; the music dominated the Sizzling 100 for a record 19 weeks.

Lil Nas X leads his fifth airplay chart. He beforehand topped (all in 2019): Rhythmic Airplay, with “Highway” (three weeks) and “Panini” (one week); Dance/Combine Present Airplay and Rap Airplay, with “Highway” (4 weeks every); and Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, with “Highway” (three weeks).

(“Montero” makes its three-spot leap in a tightly contested a part of the Sizzling 100, with the songs at Nos. 5 by 9 all shut in chart factors, and every down week-over-week; The monitor sports activities the smallest total lower, and biggest airplay acquire, amongst them.)

Ed Sheeran’s “Dangerous Habits” descends 5-6 in its second week on the Sizzling 100. It pushes 11-10 on Radio Songs (43.Four million), the place it turns into his 10th high 10; at three weeks, it ties “I Do not Care,” with Justin Bieber, in 2019, for Sheeran’s quickest flight to the area.

“Go away the Door Open” by Silk Sonic, the duo of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, slips 6-7 on the Sizzling 100, after two nonconsecutive weeks on high. It provides a 13th week at No. 1 on Hot R&B Songs and an eighth body atop Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, with each multi-metric charts using the identical methodology because the Sizzling 100.

Rounding out the Sizzling 100’s high 10, Justin Bieber’s former one-week chief “Peaches,” that includes Daniel Caesar and Giveon, backtracks 7-8; The Weeknd and Ariana Grande’s “Save Your Tears” holds at No. 9, after two weeks at No. 1; and Olivia Rodrigo’s “Deja Vu” retains at No. 10, after reaching No. 3.

Change to Sizzling 100’s airplay monitoring week: As of this week’s, July 17-dated Sizzling 100, the airplay monitoring week for the chart, in addition to for different genre-based Billboard airplay-, sales- and streaming-based hybrid “Sizzling”-named surveys, shifts to a Friday by Thursday cycle (from Monday-Sunday) — aligning the radio measurement week for the charts, and Radio Songs, with the Friday-Thursday interval utilized for gross sales and streaming, this week reflecting July 2-8.

The Sizzling 100 and style “Sizzling” charts will proceed to be finalized every Monday, with the Sizzling 100’s high 10 and different chart highlights nonetheless to be revealed every Monday afternoon (apart from weeks affected by holidays) by way of the weekly high 10 recap story on billboard.com and social posts, whereas charts in full will proceed to replace on billboard.com every Tuesday morning.

The opposite “Sizzling” charts that use the Radio Songs knowledge switching to a Friday-Thursday airplay monitoring week are: Sizzling Nation Songs, Sizzling R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, Sizzling R&B Songs, Sizzling Rap Songs, Sizzling Rock & Various Songs, Sizzling Various Songs, Sizzling Arduous Rock Songs, Sizzling Latin Songs, Sizzling Dance/Digital Songs, Sizzling Christian Songs and Sizzling Gospel Songs.

(This transformation doesn’t have an effect on format-specific radio format charts, corresponding to Pop Airplay, Nation Airplay, Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, Rock & Various Airplay and Latin Airplay, amongst others.)

Once more, for all chart information, you’ll be able to comply with @billboard and @billboardcharts on each Twitter and Instagram and all charts (dated July 17), together with the Sizzling 100 in its entirety, will refresh on Billboard.com tomorrow (July 13).

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