Earlier than “Butter,” BTS’ greatest chart hit within the US was “Dynamite,” which had spent three weeks within the No. 1 spot of the Billboard Sizzling 100 chart. That private greatest was damaged by their newest hit, which continues its chart prosperity this week: On the Sizzling 100 dated July 10, “Butter” is No. 1 for the sixth consecutive week.
It was additionally an enormous week for Doja Cat and SZA, whose collaborative single “Kiss Me Extra” rises from No. Four final week to a brand new peak at No. three this week. The track is Doja’s second top-10 single as a main artist, in addition to her highest-charting single as a main artist since her No. 1 hit “Say So,” which topped the chart in 2020.
In the meantime, Ed Sheeran’s newest, “Unhealthy Habits,” makes its debut on the chart at No. 5, making it his eighth top-20 single and his first since his 2019 Justin Bieber collaboration, “I Don’t Care,” which peaked at No. 2. Dua Lipa and DaBaby’s “Levitating” additionally stays within the high 10 at No. 4. As Pop Crave notes, it’s now the primary track by a feminine artist to spend half a 12 months (26 weeks) within the high 10 of the Sizzling 100.
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