Butter by BTS debuts at the top of the Billboard Global Charts, setting a new record.

Butter by BTS debuts at the top of the Billboard Global Charts, setting a new record.

Announcement’s two overall counts rank melodies dependent on streaming and deal information from in excess of 200 domains. BTS’ “Spread” floats in on both the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. graphs.

The melody begins with the most elevated week-by-week overall streams and deals since the reviews started last September. Besides, BTS adds it’s fourth and third No. 1 on each individual positioning, the most demonstrations up until this point.

In the interim, Olivia Rodrigo diagrams four tunes in the Global 200’s main 10 and three in the Global Excl. U.S. top 10, the most simultaneous top 10s yet for any craftsman on each count.

Bulletin’s two worldwide diagrams (the most recent of which are dated June 5) position tunes dependent on streaming and deals movement winnowed from in excess of 200 regions all throughout the planet, as assembled by MRC Data. The Billboard Global 200 is comprehensive of the overall information and the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. graph contains information from regions barring the U.S.

Graph rankings depend on a weighted equation joining official-just streams on both membership and promotion upheld levels of sound and video music administrations, just as download deals, the last of which reflect buys from full-administration advanced music retailers from around the world, with deals from direct-to-shopper (D2C) destinations avoided from the outlines’ computations.

Record Streams and Sales for ‘Margarine’ Atop Global 200

BTS’ “Margarine” impacts the Billboard Global 200 with a record-breaking 289.2 million streams and 249,000 sold worldwide in the May 21-27 following week, following its May 21 delivery.

The tune devastates the earlier week after week points, held by BTS itself, dating to the Global 200’s beginning. The gathering’s “Life Goes On” opened with 152.5 million worldwide streams on the Dec. 5 graph, while its “Blue and Gray” started with 86,900 sold on a similar study.

In the meantime, the South Korean septet scores its record-broadening fourth Global 200 No. 1, as “Margarine” follows “Life Goes On,” which drove the Dec. 5 rundown; “Savage Love (Lax – Siren Beat),” with Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo (multi-week, Oct. 17); and “Explosive” (four nonconsecutive weeks, Oct. 3 through Jan. 16).

Olivia Rodrigo’s “Acceptable 4 U” drops to No. 2 on the Global 200 in the wake of dispatching seven days sooner at No. 1, in spite of the fact that it flooded in streams and deals in its second seven day stretch of accessibility (May 21-27), with parent collection Sour delivered May 21. The tune drew 135.8 million streams, the fourth-greatest week for any melody since the diagram began (up 53%), and 23,000 sold (up 43%) all around the world in the following week.

Rodrigo is the principal craftsman to guarantee four spots in the Global 200’s main 10 at the same time, on account of four tracks from Sour, her introduction collection. Joining “Great 4 U,” “This feels familiar” takes off 13-3, passing its earlier No. 8 pinnacles set upon its April debut, with 71.3 million streams (up 62%) and 8,200 sold (up 23%) around the world; “Backstabber” debuts at No. 7 (54.6 million streams, 4,800 sold); and “Drivers License,” which reigned for about two months starting in January, bounce back 22-9 (54 million streams, up 54%; 7,700 sold, up 9%).

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Seven days prior, because of “Good 4 U,” Rodrigo turned into the main lady with two Global 200 No. 1s over the outline’s initial eight months, and joined BTS as the solitary demonstrations by and large with numerous pioneers.

Balancing the most recent Global 200’s best five, Dua Lipa’s “Suspending,” including DaBaby, drops to No. 4 from its No. 2 high, and Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More,” highlighting SZA, slips to No. 5 from its No. 3 best.

‘Margarine’ Also Makes Record-Breaking Bow Outside U.S.

BTS’ “Margarine” at the same time makes a big appearance at No. 1 on the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. outline, with a record-breaking 257.4 million streams and 146,200 sold in domains outside the U.S. in the May 21-27 following week.

As on the Global 200, the melody takes off past the earlier week-by-week Global Excl. U.S. marks, held by BTS’ “Life Goes On” (137.8 million streams outside the U.S.; Dec. 5) and Lisa’s “Homura” (96,400 sold external the U.S.; Oct. 31).

BTS claims its record-expanding third Global Excl. The U.S. No. 1, as “Spread” follows “Life Goes On” (multi-week, Dec. 5) and “Explosive” (eight nonconsecutive weeks, Sept. 26 through Jan. 16). No other demonstration has more than one No. 1 on the positioning.

Olivia Rodrigo’s “Acceptable 4 U” bounces 5-2 in its second week on the Global Excl. U.S. outline (73.9 million streams, up 60%; 5,600 sold, up 39%). She likewise turns into the principal craftsman with a threesome of simultaneous top 10s on the count, as “This feels familiar” arrives at the main 10 at No. 8, up from its earlier No. 13 high (39.5 million streams; 1,800 sold), and “Drivers License” fires up 19-10, subsequent to administering for a record nine weeks (32.3 million streams; 1,600 sold).

Somewhere else in the Global Excl. U.S. top five, Lil Nas X’s “Montero (Call Me by Your Name)” slips to No. 3 following a month and a half at No. 1; Dua Lipa’s “Suspending,” highlighting DaBaby, retreats to No. 4 from its No. 3 high; and The Weeknd and Ariana Grande’s “Save Your Tears” backtracks 4-5, in the wake of arriving at No. 2.

The Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. graphs (dated June 5) will refresh on Billboard.com tomorrow (June 2, a day later than expected because of the May 31 Memorial Day occasion in the U.S.) For the two outlines, the main 100 titles are accessible to all perusers on Billboard.com, while the total 200-title rankings are apparent on Billboard Pro, Billboard’s membership-based assistance. For all diagram news, you can follow @billboard and @billboardcharts on both Twitter and Instagram.

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