BTS Dynamite Continues to Set Milestones; find out how he now entered the Guinness World Records

If BTS is unstoppable and can possibly go down in history as the greatest K-Pop artists of all time, then Dynamite might just be the song that ends up being credited as the track that played the biggest part in their fame. and their worldwide recognition, not to mention all the awards and records he has set for the group. Now the superhit tune has created two new milestones for BTS at Guinness World Records; this after the three records he already boasts in the Guinness Book. Read also – BTS dominates the charts of world albums like few did in the history of music; check out their amazing recent report

New accolades for BTS’s Dynamite by Guinness include being the # 1 song on the “Digital Song Sales Chart” for most weeks and also the K-pop track to have spent the most time on. the US Hot 100. Check out the official Guinness World Record tweet below announcing the same: Also Read – BTS: This Unyielding Member Of The Army’s Experience Of Meeting Jungkook During The latter’s Vacation Won Our Hearts

According to Guinness Book, Dynamite held the distinction of most weeks atop the US Hot 100 by a K-pop trach, with a whopping score of 32 consecutive weeks. Moreover, Dynamite was also outright the no. 1 international song for three weeks between September 5 and October 3, 2020. In addition, these records the song also enjoyed being in the top two for seven weeks and in the top ten for thirteen whole weeks. The accolades for BTS and Dynamite just keep growing day by day, right? Also Read – BTS: J-Hope’s Response to Recent Q&A Session Will Make You Like Him A Little More

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