BTS have broken another record with their "Dynamite" song, which is now the longest-charting song by a Korean act on the Billboard Hot 100, overtaking PSY's 2012 hit "Gangnam Style".
"Dynamite", which marked BTS' first full English-language song and their highest charting debut on the UK Official Singles Chart (in August 2020), has taken BTS to new heights, and now the track has allowed BTS to break another record, this time relating to the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
As Bandwagon Asia reports, yesterday (6 April) "Dynamite" became the longest-charting song by a Korean act in Hot 100 history, overtaking PSY's 2012 hit "Gangnam Style".
.@BTS_twt's “Dynamite" is now the longest charting song by a Korean act in Hot 100 history, passing "Gangnam Style".— chart data (@chartdata) April 6, 2021
The song even earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo / Group Performance, which was awarded to Lady Gaga and Arians Grande for their "Rain On Me" collaboration.