BTS Sweeps All Top 5 Spots On Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales Chart This Week
No other artist besides BTS occupied this week’s Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart!
BTS owned all the top five spots with several releases on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart this week!
The boy group impressively pushed off all other artists – Korean and international – on this week’s top five best-selling digital singles worldwide as listed by Billboard, proving their unparalleled power once again!
Landing on the first spot is the full group original soundtrack for BTS World titled “Heartbeat”, and with this, the song also marked its massive debut on the chart.
The same goes for their latest Japanese single “Lights” which debuted on the second spot this week. Besides charting high on Billboard, the song has been occupying the number one spot in Japan’s Oricon chart since it was released.
Their latest comeback track from Map of the Soul: Persona and collaboration with Halsey titled “Boy With Luv” also stayed strong on the chart by placing on the third spot.
It was followed by another collaboration – this time, with Charli XCX for the track “Dream Glow”. The song featured a three-member sub-unit composed of Jin, Jimin, and Jungkook. Like “Heartbeat”, the song comes from the group’s loaded OST list for their newest mobile game team-up with Netmarble.
Closing off the top five is “All Night”, another BTS World OST which marked a collaboration between Juice WRLD and BTS rappers RM and Suga.
Additionally, the seven-member boy group has become the first act to amass 75 Top Ten hits on the same chart with the debut of “Heartbeat” and “Lights” this week.