• BTS Will Cover This '90s Hot 100 No. 1 Hit for BBC Radio 1

    14 days ago - By Billboard

    BTS are set to perform their Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hits and a special cover for their first-ever BBC Radio 1 broadcast special next week.
    The K-pop septet will make their debut at the Radio 1 Live Lounge with their career-first chart-topper “Dynamite” and their current leader “Permission to Dance,” plus a cover of another Hot 100 No. 1: Puff Daddy and Faith Evans ' 1997 collaboration “I'll Be Missing You,” featuring 112. Written as a tribute to the late Notorious B.I.G. , “I'll Be Missing You” went on to win a Grammy for best rap performance by a duo or group.
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  • American Sign Language Expert Unpacks BTS' “Permission To Dance” Choreography

    14 days ago - By Consequence of Sound

    After releasing the definitive song of the summer, “Butter,” which spent a staggering seven weeks at no. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, BTS has dropped yet another joyful bop in the form of “Permission To Dance.” The rumors are true: “Permission To Dance” has now replaced “Butter” at No... Please click the link below to read the full article. American Sign Language Expert Unpacks BTS' “Permission To Dance” Choreography
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  • Drake, Taylor Swift, The Beatles & All the Acts That Have Replaced Themselves at No. 1 on the Hot 100

    14 days ago - By Billboard

    Sometimes an act is so dominant that the only act that can dethrone it from atop the Billboard Hot 100 is... itself.
    BTS is the latest example, as the group's “Permission to Dance” replaces its own “Butter” atop the Hot 100 dated July 24.
    Such a succession had last occurred three years ago this week, when Drake 's “In My Feelings” tagged in for his own “Nice for What” atop the Hot 100 dated July 21.
    The Beatles first achieved the feat and are the only act to notch three consecutive No. 1s, as the band's first three leaders ruled back-to-back-to-back in 1964: “I Want to Hold Your Hand,”...
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