Like BTS, which is the top song on the Billboard chart for two consecutive weeks? Only 20 songs since 1958

Mariah Carey, Elton John, Adele, Lady Gaga, BTS, etc.


BTS appeared at the top of the US popular pop music singles’Billboard HOT 100′ on September 5th and reached the top for two consecutive weeks.

As for what a great achievement, only 43 songs, such as Michael Jackson’s “You Are Not Alone” and Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way,” have topped the list right now on the Billboard HOT 100 chart. Among them, only 20 songs (out of 43 songs) that appeared at the top and reached the top for two consecutive weeks. Best of the best. BTS’ “Dynamite” did that. It is interesting how long BTS’s new history will last.


 For reference, The Hot 100 chart is considered the most obvious comprehensive single chart in the United States. It was officially launched in 1958, but it started using modern airplay and sales data in 1991, allowing more time-sensitive calculations and accurate ranking.

According to Billboard, digital sales data began in 2005 and YouTube data was synthesized and reflected in the rankings from 2013. The chart methodology is updated at least once a year to reflect the rapidly evolving listening trend. In other words, you can’t artificially manipulate rankings, or you can’t manipulate them if you want them. First, let’s look at the side of the 20 songs that appeared on the Billboard Singles chart for one week and maintained the top for two consecutive weeks.


1. “Fantasy” by Mariah Carey 

2. “One Sweet Day” by Mariah Carey & Boyz II Men 

3. “I’ll Be Missing You” by Puff Daddy and Faith Evans, featuring 112 

4. “Honey” by Mariah Carey 

5. “Candle in the Wind 1997/Something About The Way You Look Tonight” by Elton John 

6. “My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion 

7. “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” by Aerosmith 

8. “Doo Wop (That Thing)” by Lauryn Hill 

9. “This Is the Night” by Clay Aiken 

10. “Born This Way” by Lady Gaga 

11. “Harlem Shake” by Baauer 

12. “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift 


13. “Hello” by Adele 

14. “God’s Plan” by Drake 

15. “Nice for What” by Drake 

16. “This Is America” by Childish Gambino 

17. “Thank U, Next” by Ariana Grande 

18. “7 Rings” by Ariana Grande 

19. “WAP” by Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion 

20. “Dynamite” by BTS “Dynamite,” the septet’s first all-English-language single, debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated September 5, 2020. 


 Next is a list of 43 songs that took first place as soon as they appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Most of the world’s singers are well known. Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, Adele… and BTS. 


1. Michael Jackson “You Are Not Alone”
 Chart Debut Date: September 2, 1995 

2. Mariah Carey “Fantasy”
 Chart Debut Date: September 30, 1995 

3. Whitney Houston “Exhale (Shoop Shoop)”

Chart Debut Date: November 25, 1995 

4. Mariah Carey & Boyz II Men “One Sweet Day”
 Chart Debut Date: December 2, 1995 

5. Puff Daddy & Faith Evans Featuring 112 “I’ll Be Missing You”
 Chart Debut Date: June 14, 1997 

6. Mariah Carey “Honey”
 Chart Debut Date: September 13, 1997 


7. Elton John “Candle In The Wind 1997/Something About The Way You Look Tonight”
 Chart Debut Date: October 11, 1997 

8. Celine Dion “My Heart Will Go On”
 Chart Debut Date: February 28, 1998 

9. Aerosmith “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing”
 Chart Debut Date: September 5, 1998 

10. Lauryn Hill “Doo Wop (That Thing)”
 Chart Debut Date: November 14, 1998 

11. Clay Aiken “This Is the Night”
 Chart Debut Date: June 28, 2003 

12. Fantasia “I Believe”
 Chart Debut Date: July 10, 2004 

13. Carrie Underwood “Inside Your Heaven”
 Chart Debut Date: July 2, 2005 

14. Taylor Hicks “Do I Make You Proud”
 Chart Debut Date: July 1, 2006 


15. Britney Spears “3”
 Chart Debut Date: October 24, 2009 

16. Eminem “Not Afraid”
 Chart Debut Date: May 22, 2010 

17. Ke$ha “We R Who We R”
 Chart Debut Date: November 13, 2010 

18. Britney Spears “Hold It Against Me”
 Chart Debut Date: January 29, 2011 

19. Lady Gaga “Born This Way”
 Chart Debut Date: February 26, 2011 

20. Katy Perry “Part Of Me”
 Chart Debut Date: March 3, 2012 

21. Baauer “Harlem Shake”
 Chart Debut Date: March 2, 2013 

22. Taylor Swift “Shake It Off”
 Chart Debut Date: September 6, 2014 


23. Justin Bieber ”What Do You Mean?”
 Chart Debut Date: Sept. 19, 2015 

24. Adele “Hello”
 Chart Debut Date: November 14, 2015 

25. Zayn “Pillowtalk”
 Chart Debut Date: February 20, 2016 

26. Justin Timberlake “Can’t Stop the Feeling!”
 Chart Debut Date: May 28, 2016 

27. Ed Sheeran “Shape Of You”
 Chart Debut Date: January 28, 2017 

28. DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper & Lil Wayne “I’m The One”
 Chart Debut Date: May 20, 2017 

29. Drake “God’s Plan”
 Chart Debut Date: February 3, 2018 

30. Drake “Nice for What”
 Chart Debut Date: April 21, 2018 

31. Childish Gambino “This Is America”
 Chart Debut Date: May 19, 2018 

32. Ariana Grande “Thank U, Next”
 Chart Debut Date: November 17, 2018 

33. Ariana Grande “7 Rings”
 Chart Debut Date: February 2, 2019 


34. Jonas Brothers “Sucker”
 Chart Debut Date: March 16, 2019 

35. Travis Scott “Highest In The Room”
 Chart Debut Date: Oct. 19, 2019 

36. Drake “Toosie Slide”
 Chart Debut Date: April 18, 2020 

37. The Scotts, Travis Scott & Kid Cudi “The Scotts”
Chart Debut Date: May 9, 2020 

38. Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber “Stuck with U”
 Chart Debut Date: May 23, 2020 


39. Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande “Rain On Me”
 Chart Debut Date: June 6, 2020 

40. 6ix9ine & Nicki Minaj “Trollz”
 Chart Debut Date: June 27, 2020 

41. Taylor Swift “Cardigan”
Chart Debut Date: Aug. 8, 2020 

42. Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion “WAP”
 Chart Debut Date: Aug. 22, 2020 

43. BTS “Dynamite”
Chart Debut Date: Sept. 5, 2020

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