According to the latest chart (as of April 10) released by Billboard, an American music media, on the 6th (local time), “Dynamite” ranked 30th on the main single chart “Hot 100”. “Dynamite,” which reached the top of the “Hot 100” three times in a row with its worldwide release on August 21st last year, broke the record again, the longest chart of Korean singers by succeeding in chart-in for 32 weeks.
'Dynamite' also reached the 18th top in the 'Digital Song Sales' chart, and since the chart was created, it has set the record for the highest in history. According to Billboard, 'Despacito' (released in 2017), sung by Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, and Justin Bieber, took first place 17 times in his career. It broke this record after 3 years.
In addition, 'Dynamite' ranked 6th in 'Billboard Global (excluding the United States)', which ranks streaming and sales in more than 200 countries/regions around the world, and ranked 13th on the 'Billboard Global 200' chart. It continued the firepower of 'Global Mega Hit Song'.
Meanwhile, BTS is showing a video of the 'Dynamite' stage at the 63rd Grammy Awards held at the Convention Center in Los Angeles, California on the 14th (local time). BTS was the first Korean popular singer to be nominated for the 'Grammy Award' and then unfolded on a solo stage.