J-Hope Becomes 6th BTS Member To Achieve Solo Hit On Most Popular Songs – Billboard

Ha Sung-woon and Jimin’s “With You” returns to the top of Billboard‘s Hot Trending Songs chart (dated July 9), powered by Twitter, adding a sixth week overall at the top.

The track leads with 3.1 million Twitter mentions during the tracking week of June 24-30 (up 33%), according to Twitter. It’s the third song to spend at least six weeks at No. 1 on the chart (which started last October), after BTS’ “Butter” (20 weeks) and SB19’s “Bazinga” (seven).


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Among the new entries on Hot Trending Songs, J-Hope’s “More” debuted at No. 14, earning the BTS member his first solo entry on the list. The song arrived on July 1 as the lead single from her solo album. jack in the box, Due July 15.

J-Hope is the sixth BTS septet member to score a solo hit on the Hot Trending Songs chart, joining Jimin, Jin, Jung Kook, Suga and V.

Elsewhere, Kep1er earned his second entry and first top 10 on Hot Trending Songs, as “Up!” debuted at No. 18. The group sent “Wa Da Da” to No. 7 in January. “At the top!” is the first single from the band’s EP Dubbingreleased June 20.

Additionally, Loona makes her first appearance on Hot Trending Songs, as “Flip That” opens at No. 20. It is the title track of the band’s fifth EP.

Billboard, powered by Twitter and sponsored by Capital One, Hot Trending Songs charts track real-time global music-related trends and conversations on Twitter, viewable over the past 24 hours or seven days. A weekly 20-position version of the chart, covering activity from Friday to Thursday each week, publishes alongside Billboard‘s other weekly charts on Billboard.com every Tuesday. The charts highlight the buzz around new releases, award shows, festival moments, musical nostalgia and more. Hot Trending Songs is unique in that it tracks the songs people are talking about, not necessarily what they’re listening to.

Keep visiting Billboard.com for the ever-changing chart of trending songs, and check every Tuesday for the latest weekly chart.

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