The new song "Butter" once again topped the US Billboard's main single chart, "Hot 100."

This is the fourth time that he topped the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time with "Dynamite" in August last year.

Butter became the 54th song of the so-called Hotshot, which debuted at number one on the Billboard chart upon its release.

BTS has three debut songs, Ariana Grande, Drake, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift.

BTS is in fierce competition with Olivia Rodrigo for number one.

New singer Olivia Rodrigo, who debuted as the No. 1 "Hot 100" in January, is known as "Monster Rookie," which has been in first place for eight weeks.

Again this time, as soon as the new song "Good for You" was released, it topped the list of "Hot 100," but it was pushed back by the appearance of BTS's "Butter.""

Billboard's "Hot 100" ranking will be determined by combining music sales, radio broadcasting, streaming, and YouTube views.

Butter lagged far behind Olivia in streaming, but digital music sales were overwhelming.

It also contributed to the explosive increase in the number of YouTube views listed in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Even before the release of "Butter," famous DJs in the U.S. promoted it on SNS and did well on radio broadcasts.

Attention is also focusing on whether "Butter," which topped the Billboard chart in the first week by setting a record faster than "Dynamite," will establish itself as a long-term hit.