The Ok-pop kings be a part of Justin Bieber in ruling the checklist for triple-digit weeks.
BTS reaches the century mark atop Streets Talkin's Social 50 chart, because the celebrity Ok-pop group leads for a 100th week on the checklist dated Nov. 17.
BTS turns into the primary group, and second artist general, after Justin Bieber, to log a triple-digit keep on the high for the reason that chart started in December 2010.
The Social 50 is powered by information tracked by music analytics firm Next Big Sound and ranks the preferred artists on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Wikipedia and Tumblr. The chart's methodology blends weekly additions of associates/followers/followers with artist web page views and engagement. The chart's newest monitoring week ended Nov. eight.
BTS' 100th week at No. 1 on the Social 50 is the second-best displaying amongst all acts, trailing solely Bieber's 163 non-consecutive weeks in cost. The two powerhouses are far and away the leaders on that entrance; Taylor Swift ranks third on the leaderboard, with 28 frames on high.
Since BTS debuted on the Social 50 chart dated Oct. 29, 2016, the group has not held the No. 1 rank for less than 9 of 109 chart weeks and has but to fall under the runner-up spot. The seven-member act's excellent social statistics fueled them to back-to-back victories as high social artist on the 2017 and 2018 Streets Talkin Music Awards, ending Bieber's six-year successful streak.
The ARMY, BTS' extremely engaged fan base, has helped the group set successive Streets Talkin chart information for the Ok-pop style. After BTS' 2017 set Love Yourself: Her grew to become the primary high 10 album on the Streets Talkin 200 by a Ok-pop act, the group rapidly topped that feat with the style's first two No. 1s: Love Yourself: Tear in June and Love Yourself: Answer in September.
On the Streets Talkin Hot 100, BTS broke by way of with the primary high 40 hit by a Ok-pop group — "Mic Drop," that includes Desiigner, which hit No. 28 in December 2017 — and subsequently the primary high 10 ("Fake Love") this previous June. The group almost returned to the tier in September with the Nicki Minaj-assisted "Idol," which reached No. 11.