BTS and their songs have shaken the world. They have bagged records after records for their latest singles. All over the world, BTS is scooping up not just awards but also support. Their fandom, Army, is growing stronger each day. BTS released Butter on May 28 and the Butter CD was released in July. The Butter CD had their latest single ‘Permission to Dance’.
‘Permission to Dance’ has been gaining a lot of attention as the song resembles hope, love, and support in these tough times. The country of Japan is no exception. The single has managed to top Japan’s Oricon Weekly Digital Single Chart in just 3 days after the release. ‘Permission to Dance’ is also being praised for appreciating and including people from all over the world. BTS has respected various races and professions in their single.
This isn’t the first BTS song that has topped Japan’s Oricon Weekly Digital Single Chart. Before this, BTS’ ‘Film Out’ and ‘Butter’ have also held the spot.
Moreover, BTS’ Butter has created a historical record by holding first place on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart for seven consecutive weeks!