J-Hope’s “More” goes from No. 14 to No. 1 on Billboard‘s Hot Trending Songs chart (dated July 16), powered by Twitter, topped the charts for the first time and making the singer-songwriter the second BTS member to score a solo leader on the list.
The track, released on July 1, topped with 3.1 million Twitter mentions during the tracking week of July 1-7 (up 666%), according to Twitter. It’s the sixth No. 1 on Hot Trending Songs, dating back to its October release, following BTS’s “Permission to Dance,” “Butter” and “Yet to Come,” SB19’s “Bazinga,” and Ha Sung-woon and BTS member Jimin’s. “With you.”
J-Hope thus joins Jimin as the second member of BTS to land a No. 1 solo on Hot Trending Songs. “With You” led for six weeks, starting in May, and ranks third on the latest chart.
After “More” debuted a week ago, J-Hope became the sixth BTS member to score a solo debut on Hot Trending Songs, joining Jimin, Jin, Jung Kook, Suga, and V.
ENHYPEN debuted at No. 2 on Hot Trending Songs with “Future Perfect (Pass the Mic),” thanks to 2.6 million Twitter mentions. It earned the group its fourth top 10 and the highest success in the survey. ENHYPEN also enters at No. 20 with “TFW (That Feeling When)”. Both songs are from the act Manifesto: Day 1released July 4th.
Meanwhile, the two debuts bring ENHYPEN’s total to nine Hot Trending Songs entries, surpassing BTS’s eight for the most of any act so far.
Rounding out the latest arrivals from Hot Trending Songs, “Pop!” by NAYEON begins at No. 16, marking member TWICE’s first solo appearance. The song is her first single IM NAYEON: The 1st Mini Album, which debuted at No. 1 for World Albums and No. 7 on the Billboard 200 (dated July 9).
TWICE had two Hot Trending Songs tours with NAYEON as a member: “The Feels” (No. 11 peak in October) and “Scientist” (No. 4, November).
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.