BTS overtake Billboard with their song ‘Permission to Dance’ and manage to beat Katy Perry for the win
BTS has officially managed to overtake Billboard chats by cementing their claim for a full seven consecutive weeks, in a landslide move.
This move has been dubbed a “double coronation” by Billboard and is also a feat rarely achieved by singers. The boys managed to take the cake by the cumulative success of their songs Butter and Permission to Dance.
The last star to achieve this lofty goal was Katy Perry back in 2010, with California Gurls, yet BTS has bagged this accolade for themselves as well.
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