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BTS Collect Two New ‘Dynamite’ Guinness World Records

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It’s been a fantastic few weeks for BTS no matter how one looks at it. From one Billboard chart to another, the beloved boy band seems to make history with ease, and whether it be with an old title or a brand new release, there’s always something exciting happening with the septet in America.

Now, the group has earned two new Guinness World Records thanks to their incredible and never-before-seen performance on the Billboard charts, and they both come to the band courtesy of their hit “Dynamite.”

The Guinness World Records organization has certified that “Dynamite” is now the single by a South Korean musical act with the most weeks spent on the Hot 100. The track was just taken off the all-genre ranking of the most-consumed songs in the U.S. after an uninterrupted 32-frame run. That beats the previous record holder, Psy’s “Gangnam Style,” by just one turn.

“Dynamite” debuted atop the Hot 100 last summer, making BTS the first musical entity from South Korea to rule over the list. It went on to control the tally for three nonconsecutive weeks, and it spent 13 frames somewhere in the top 10, according to the Guinness World Records.

As if that piece of history wasn’t impressive enough, BTS collect a second honor connected to the same title. “Dynamite” also earns a Guinness World Record as the track with the most weeks spent atop Billboard’s Digital Song Sales chart, which ranks the bestselling individual tunes every frame. The disco-leaning track has thus far spent 18 turns at No. 1 on the roster, one more than Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber’s “Despacito.” 

The Guinness World Records organization makes sure to point out that while BTS may no longer be in charge of the Digital Song Sales chart with “Dynamite,” they do now rule once again with “Film Out,” their latest release. 

With their two latest wins, BTS now claim 20 different Guinness World Records.

Both of these chart achievements were announced days ago, but now BTS claim two new Guinness World Records because of them, which makes them feel even more concrete and helps fill their trophy shelves a bit more.

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