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BTS Makes Historic Record On Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales Chart With “Stay Gold”

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BTS has made a new historic record once again!

Worldwide K-pop septet BTS has unsurprisingly added yet another impressive accolade in their wide-list of feats.

Recently, Billboard announced that the boys’ newest Japanese track “Stay Gold” was able to debut on the World Digital Song Sales chart at the No.1 spot for the week ending on July 4. Remarkably, this is the 20th song of the group to top the chart.

RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook were able to break another historic record as they became the artist with the most No.1s on the chart.

Other songs of BTS that previously topped the said chart are “Fire,” “Blood Sweat & Tears,” “Spring Day,” “Not Today,” “2! 3!”,  “DNA,” “MIC Drop,” “Don’t Leave Me,” “Fake Love,” “IDOL,” “Boy With Luv,” “Dream Glow,” “A Brand New Day,” “All Night,” “Heartbeat,” “Make It Right,” “Lights,” “Black Swan,” and “ON.”

Showing their immense popularity around the world, “Stay Gold” also officially became BTS’ 89th song to enter the top 10 of the chart.

Celebrate BTS’ newest historic record by watching their heartwarming music video for “Stay Gold”:


Source: Billboard | Star News

Photo Credits: Big Hit Entertainment

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