It has been a decade now since Jason Derulo last saw the #1 spot after his 5x Platinum release ‘Whatcha Say’ back in 2009.
This new #1 will mean a lot to both Jason and BTS as they made the top even with new releases from the likes of Megan Thee Stallion, Shawn Mendes, 21 Savage, Mariah Carey, BLACKPINK, Bryson Tiller, and many more the same day October 2nd.
Jason Derulo however has more to celebrate as his been working towards a #1 for a while now with several releases being in the Hot 100 but not making it to the top. BTS adds to their tally as this marks the second #1 after their long reign with Dynamite.
The stats for the #1 is as follows:
Streaming: 16 Million (US)
Radio airplay: 70.6 Million (US All-Formats)
Digital Downloads: 76,000
Congratulations Jason Derulo and BTS.
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