BTS Billboard Artist Makes History at No. 1 on the 100 Chart with 10th Week

The act is the first group to reach double-digit weeks at the top.

BTS returns 2-1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart (Oct. Oct.) and has a U.S. record for the 10th week. Will become the top musical act in.

This milestone ranks first among the groups, as BTS is the first non-solo act to reach double-digit weeks at the top, starting at the beginning of the chart in 2014.

Here’s an updated look at the works with the most time on Artist 100.

First week on Artist 100
41, Taylor Swift
31, Drake
20, The Weekend
14, Malone Post
13, Ariana Grande
12, Justin Bieber
12, Ed Sheeran
10, Adele
10, BTS
10, Billy Ilish

Artist 100 measures the artist’s activity in the main metrics of music consumption, mix album and track sales, radio airplay, streaming and social media fan interaction to provide a weekly multi-dimensional ranking of the artist’s popularity.

BTSA again thanked Artist 100 for its first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 “Dynamite”, which returned for the third week at the summit. According to Nielsen Music / MRC data, the song has an impression of 20.8 million AirPlay audiences (up to 8%) and 14 million U.S. Streams tracked (up to 11%) and sold 153,000 downloads (up to 96%) in the tracking week. It became the first All-South Korean act to top the Hot 100 since the song’s debut on BTS No.1.

The track continues to measure the top 40-based Pop Songs Airplay charts, rising 16-15 for a new career best rank for BTS. It is also the group’s first entry on Adult Pop songs, where it is at its 21st high, and Adult is contemporary, where it pushes at 23-22.

“Dynamite” additionally became the first song to top both Billboard’s new global charts simultaneously.