The latest track by the J-pop superstar sold 136,665 copies to come in at No. 2 for the metric, while also coming in at No. 5 for downloads (9,968 copies), No. 15 for streaming (5,132,165 weekly streams), and No. 18 for video views (928,717 views). While the song didn’t particularly stand out in these categories that usually power tracks to the top of the tally, it also racked up points in radio airplay (No. 1), look-ups (No. 2), and Twitter mentions (No. 3), which stacked up to a difference of 462 points between BTS’ “Butter” at No. 2.