BTS 'Butter' topped Billboard for four consecutive weeks...the first Asian singer

The group BTS (BTS) has surpassed the record again, topping the U.S. Billboard Singles Chart for four consecutive weeks with its second song "Butter.""

BTS's "Butter" topped the "Hot 100" chart this week, Billboard said Monday.

Butter, which was released on the 21st of last month, will remain at the top of the Hot 100 for four weeks, the longest time among BTS songs.


She broke the record for the first English song "Dynamite" that topped the Hot 100 list for three weeks last year.


Butter has already topped the list for three consecutive weeks, beating Dynamite last week. "Dynamite" was not a consecutive record because it topped the list in just one or two weeks after its release and went down to second place for the next two weeks and then back to first place.

BTS's number one Hot 100 has increased to nine, including "Dynamite" (3 times), "Savage Love" remix (1 time), and "Life Gosson" (4 times).

Since its release, 54 songs have been directly at the top of the Hot 100 in all Billboard history, and only 13 of them have maintained the top spot for more than four consecutive weeks, including "Butter.""

It was the first group since the rock band Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" in September 1998.

It is the second time this year after Olivia Rodrigo's "Driver's License," which topped the list for eight consecutive weeks.

Butter became the first Asian singer to reach the top of the Hot 100 for four weeks, beating Japanese singer Kyu Sakamoto's "Skiyaki" in 1963.

Hot 100 is a chart that ranks the most popular songs in the U.S. by adding indicators such as number of streams, sales of music, and radio broadcasting.