BTS Hitting It Big With The Newly Released ‘Butter’

BTS Hitting It Big With The Newly Released 'Butter'

BTS “Butter” climbs to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs list for the third week, two weeks after debuting at the top, marking the South Korean blockbuster group’s fourth No. 1 on the list.

In addition, Bad Bunny’s “Yonaguni” debuted at No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song, which is primarily performed in Spanish but includes some Japanese lyrics, is his fourth top ten hits and his first without any backing performers.

The Hot 100 is a compilation of all-genre broadcasting (official audio and video), radio airplay, and sales data from the United States. 

According to MRC Data, “Butter,” which was released on May 21 by HYBE/BigHit Entertainment/Columbia Records, received 15.4 million US streams, down 19%, and sold 138,400 downloads, down 1%, in the week ending June 10. In the week ending June 13, it also received 24.6 million radio airplay audience impressions, up 10% from the previous week.

The song remains at the top of the Digital Song Sales list for the third week, dips 10-19 on the Streaming Songs list, and advances 32-28 on the Radio Songs list.

“Butter” equals BTS’ greatest Hot 100 performance among the group’s four No. 1s, as “Dynamite,” the group’s debut single, spent two weeks at the top of the chart in September 2020 and reappeared for a third week in October. For the first time, BTS has ruled the Hot 100 for three weeks in a row with “Butter.”

The classic and instrumental editions of “Butter” were released on May 21; a “Hotter” remix was issued on May 28; and “Cooler” and “Sweeter” remixes were published on June 4, all of which were reduced to 69 cents in all collection of framed.

There’s no disputing that BTS is dominating the numbers game. The band, who have spent the third week in a row at the top of Billboard’s Hot 100, also made a lot of money with their virtual fan gathering.

BTS made a staggering 80 billion KRW (about $71.6 million USD) at its two-day MUSTER ‘Sowoozoo’ in 2021, as per sources on internet media sites.

According to a report by Maeil Kyungjae, BTS’ two-day MUSTER earned at least 80.0 billion KRW, based on a press release from Big Hit Music that claimed 1.33 million people from 195 countries tuned in to Sowoozoo.

Because a regular MUSTER ticket costs 49,500 KRW (approximately $44.30) and a 4K ticket costs 59,500 KRW (roughly $53.30), ticket sales alone brought in between 65.8 and 79.1 billion KRW (about $59.0 million and $70.9 million).

2021 MUSTER Sowoozoo by BTS has a lot of unforgettable moments. RM, V, Jimin, Jin, J-hope, JungKook, and SUGA took to social media to thank ARMY for their support and participation by sharing some adorable images, videos, and selfies from the event. Fans were also treated to some great behind-the-scenes photos from the lads.

While fans awaited the release of a new album, BTS announced the release of a ‘Butter’ CD to commemorate ARMY’s birthday. The physical edition will be available in two versions: ‘Peaches’ and ‘Cream,’ according to the statement. A new tune will be featured on the CD as well.

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