11 July 2021

BTS’ ‘Permission to Dance’ Tops The World Music Charts

By Vaibhavi Dahake

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BTS’ new upbeat song ‘Permission to Dance’ is the new internet sensation. BTS has no plans to stop after butter as their new track has been topping world music charts.

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Right after its release, Permission To Dance has sweeped the iTunes charts in numerous countries. has topped the iTunes chart in 92 countries.

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Right after its release, Permission To Dance has swept the iTunes charts in numerous countries. Has topped the iTunes chart in 92 countries including the USA, Japan, Canada, Germany, etc.

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Permission To Dance was released on July 9 along with the CD version of their latest hit song Butter. The song has been co-written by Ed Sheeran.

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The latest hit of BTS got a phenomenal start right off the bat within 2 days of release and broke records as it has crossed over 100 million views on Youtube within 2 days and 4 hours.

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“Permission to Dance” has an impressive debut on Spotify as well, as it debuted at No. 2 on Spotify’s daily global chart for July 9 after racking up 7,339,385 streams on just its first day.

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The track also broke its own records as Permission to Dance overtook its popular song Dynamite with raking up 13.49M streames on the Spotify counter on its opening day, agaist 12.6M of Dynamite.

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Now the global sensation BTS holds the top three spot on Spotify counter debut with the first spot to 'Butter' with 20.9M streams with 'Permission to Dance' and 'Dynamite' right behind it.

The famous song also debuted at No. 1 on Spotify’s regional Top 50 charts in 13 different regions, including Korea, India, Thailand, Russia etc.

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