BTS, SEVENTEEN & More: Trending Song Chart
BillboardHot Trending Songs charts, powered by Twitter, track global music trends and conversations in real time on Twitter, viewable over the past 24 hours or seven days. A weekly version of the graph, covering activity Friday through Thursday each week, is also posted alongside Billboardother weekly charts on Billboard.com every Tuesday. Hot Trending Songs charts highlight the buzz around new releases, awards shows, festival moments, musical nostalgia and more and are unique in that they follow the songs people are talking about, not necessarily what they listen to.
“Butter” topped the 24-hour Hot Trending Songs chart after it was announced Thursday that it was nominated for Favorite Pop Song at the American Music Awards (airing Nov. 21 on ABC). It’s against Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More”, with SZA; “Levitation” by Dua Lipa; Olivia Rodrigo’s “Driver’s License”; and the “Save Your Tears” remix by The Weeknd and Ariana Grande.
Among other tracks that performed well in the 24 Hour Most Popular Song chart, SEVENTEEN’s “Rock With You” maintained consistent top-five traction after its October 22nd release.
Thai singer-songwriter and actor Mew Suppasit also made it to the top five with “Spaceman,” released on October 17. Billboard‘s in the charts in early August, when he debuted with five tracks on World Digital Song Sales.
Additionally, Harry Styles entered the top five 24 Hour Hot Trending Songs with “Falling” from his 2019 LP. Fine line. Giving it new life, BTS’s Jungkook posted a solo cover on YouTube (October 28).
Keep visiting Billboard.com for the ever-changing Hot Trending Songs charts, and check back Tuesday for the latest weekly chart.