BTS ” Butter ‘spends second week on top of trending songs
BTS has now led for the chart’s three weeks of existence, with “Permission to Dance” topping the inaugural weekly leaderboard (as of October 30).
“Butter” already has a successful story on Billboard‘s graphics. It spent 10 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it the longest hit of the year so far. He also spent two weeks at No.1 on the Billboard Global 200 and five executives atop the Billboard Global Excl. United States (“Permission to Dance” also exceeded three counts.)
BillboardHot Trending Songs charts, powered by Twitter and sponsored by Remy Martin, track real-time music-related global trends and conversations on Twitter, viewable over the past 24 hours or seven days. A weekly 20-position version of the chart, covering activity from Friday to Thursday of each week, publishes alongside Billboardother weekly charts on Billboard.com every Tuesday. The charts highlight the buzz around new releases, awards shows, festival moments, musical nostalgia and more. Hot Trending Songs is unique in that it tracks the songs people are talking about, not necessarily what they are listening to.
In the top five of the latest Hot Trending Songs weekly chart, SEVENTEEN’s “Rock With You” holds up at # 2 (1.5 million Twitter mentions), Mew Suppasit’s “Spaceman” jumped from 7 to 3, reaching a new high (1.2 million), and BLACKPINK’s LISA claims the # 4 and 5 spots with “Lalisa” (5-4; 910,000) and “Money” (4-5; 897,000), respectively.
Just outside the top five, Kazakh singer-songwriter Dimash Kudaibergen debuts in sixth place with “Fly Away”. He performed the song at the New Wave International Music Competition in Sochi, Russia, in August. The song debuted with 840,000 mentions on Twitter, thanks in large part to an ongoing conversation around its performance.
NCT 127’s “Favorite” debuts at No.7 with 828,000 mentions, thanks to a conversation about the October 25 repackaged version of his album Sticker, newly baptized Favorite. “Favorite” is the first single from the ensemble.
To complete the top 10 debut, SB19’s latest single “Bazinga” opens at No.9 with 458,000 mentions. It made it to the top five on the 24 Hour Live Hot Trending Songs chart after its official video premiered on October 29.
Keep visiting Billboard.com for the ever-changing leaderboards and check back Tuesdays for each weekly seven-day chart.