BTS Takes Over Billboard’s Weekly Charts + K-pop Artists Rank On Multiple Charts

 BTS Takes Over Billboard’s Weekly Charts + K-pop Artists Rank On Multiple Charts

BTS ranks number one with “Dynamite” on the Hot 100 chart, ranks 29 on Billboard 200 with their album Map of the Soul : 7, ranks 111 with Love Yourself : Answer, and ranks 156 with the album Map of the Soul : 7 – The Journey. In addition, they have moved up to the number one position on the Artist 100 chart. “Dynamite” also ranks number 20 on the Pop Songs chart, as well as number one on the Digital Songs Sales chart. Their chart “ON” has also re-entered this chart and ranks number ten, while their track “Black Swan” has also re-entered and ranks number 44. “Dynamite” also ranks number three for the Streaming Songs chart and number four for On-Demand Streaming Songs.

Meanwhile, BLACKPINK now ranks number 68 on the Artist 100, re-entering the chart once more. In addition, “Sour Candy” by Lady Gaga and BLACKPINK ranks number 16 on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs.

In addition, multiple artists have been named on the Emerging Artists chart. Ateez ranks the highest among K-pop artists at the number 17 spot, while Stray Kids ranks at number 27, ITZY is at 45, and NCT Dream has re-entered the chart at position number 47.

K-pop artists also show their mark on the Top Album Sales chart, with BTS at number ten with Map of the Soul : 7 and Map of the Soul : 7 – The Journey at number 15. Meanwhile, NCT 127 is at position 21 with NCT #127: Neo Zone, The 2nd Album. BTS’ Map of the Soul : Persona ranks number 30, Love Yourself : Answer ranks 40, and Love Yourself : Tear ranks 68. Closing out the K-pop entries on this particular chart is SuperM with their album SuperM: The 1st Mini Album ranking at number 81.

BTS also reigns supreme over the World Digital Song Sales with the following tracks and their ranking in paranthesis: “ON” (1), “Black Swan” (2), “Filter” (3), “My Time” (5), “Boy With Luv” featuring Halsey (8), “We Are Bulletproof : The Eternal” (10), “Louder Than Bombs” (11), “Inner Child” (13), “00:00” (14), “I Need U” (17), “UGH!” (18), “Interlude: Shadow” (19), “Moon” (22), “Friends” (23), “Your Eyes Tell” (24), and “Stay Gold” (25).

Also on the World Digital Song Sale chart are BLACKPINK with “How You Like That?” at number nine, TWICE‘s “More & More” and number 11, KARD‘s “Gunshot” at 15, and ITZY’s “Not Shy” at 15.

For the World Albums Chart, the following K-pop albums ranked on the chart: BTS’s Map of the Soul : 7 (1), Love Yourself: Answer (3), Map of the Soul : 7 – The Journey (4), NCT’s NCT #127: Neo Zone, The 2nd Album (6), BTS’ Map of the Soul : Persona (7), Love Yourself : Tear (8), ITZY’s Not Shy (9), Stray Kids’ Go Live (10), BTS’ Love Yourself : Her (11), BLACKPINK’s Kill This Love (12), and SuperM’s SuperM: The 1st Mini Album (13).

Meanwhile, for the Social 50 chart, the artists below ranked as following:

1 – BTS
2 – BLACKPINK
4 – ATEEZ
7 – SuperM
8 – NCT Dream
9 – Stray Kids
10 – TXT
11 – SEVENTEEN
12 – TREASURE
13 – EXO
15 – The Boyz
16 – GOT7
19 – EXO’s Baekhyun
21 – GOT7’s Jackson Wang
22 – TWICE
23 – ONEUS
26 – MONSTA X
27 – NCT
29 – DAY6
30 – A.C.E
31 – ITZY
34 – NCT 127
35 – G(I)-DLE
36 – ASTRO
38 – CLC
39 – Super Junior

Congratulations to all the wonderful K-pop artists who continue to make their mark on these charts and show their power and influence on the global music scene!

Source: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Featured Image: Big Hit Entertainment, Billboard

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