• BTS's latest all-English single "Dynamite" was released on Aug. 21
  • BTS will be releasing its new album titled "BE" on Nov. 20
  • BTS became the first act to simultaneously top all 3 Billboard charts

South Korean boy band BTS’s single "Dynamite" has successfully reclaimed the No. 1 spot on Billboard "Hot 100" chart, the band created history as "Dynamite" also soared atop Billboard’s "Global 200" and "Global Excl. U.S." charts.

The most popular K-pop band in the world has proven its global dominance once again as its latest all-English single "Dynamite" took over the Billboard rankings like never before by becoming the first act to top all three charts simultaneously.

"Dynamite" was released on Aug. 21 and, on Oct. 2, the single set the record for being the first song by a South Korean artist to top Billboard "Hot 100" charts.

The band had also created history as "Dynamite" successfully stayed on top of the rankings for two consecutive weeks before dropping to the No.2 spot on the chart. However, this week, the single managed to reclaim its No.1 spot on the charts.

Billboard took to social media to announce that along with the "Hot 100" chart, BTS’s "Dynamite" also dominated the rankings on "Global 200" and "Global Excl. U.S." charts.

"@BTS_twt is the first act to rule the #Hot100, #Global200 and Global 200 Excl. U.S. charts simultaneously," Billboard tweeted on its official Twitter page.

According to Soompi, unlike the "Hot 100" chart which is based on popularity, the new charts showcase the most popular tracks across the globe based on their sales and streaming data which is collected from over 200 territories.

"Dynamite" rose to the top of the "Global 200" with over 92.1 million global streams and 58,000 global downloads. Meanwhile, it maintained the top spot on the "Global Excl. U.S." for the second week with 78.9 million streams and 27,000 sales in territories outside the United States.

Recently, BTS confirmed that it will be releasing its new album titled "Be" on Nov. 20. The band also announced that it will be collaborating with Jason Derulo and Jawsh 685 to release a new remix version of their track titled "Savage Love."

Meanwhile, fans are eagerly looking forward to BTS's appearances on "The Tonight's Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" for a weeklong special, featuring various activities and performances from the band members.

BTS performs onstage during the Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 20, 2018, in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Kevin Winter