[Picture/NaverXDispatch] BTS – 2019 Billboard Music Awards “Pop Duo and Group” Award commemoration 190503
For the week ending in September 8, “Love Yourself: Answer” takes the top spot on the Billboard 200, which ranks the most popular albums in the United States. BTS previously came in first with their album “Love Yourself: Tear” this May, which was the first time a Korean artist has ever topped the Billboard 200 chart. They’re now the first Korean artist to take No. 1 with two albums — and on top of that, both in the same year.
On August 14, according to Billboard’s latest chart results, BTS placed No. 1 on the Social 50 chart, making it their 57th consecutive week to do so. With this, BTS was able to overtake the previous record of 56 consecutive weeks at No. 1, which was set by Justin Bieber.
Additionally, BTS’s latest album “Love Yourself: Tear” is currently placed at No. 77 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album previously entered Billboard 200 at No. 1 back in May and has been on the chart for 12 weeks since.
BTS is set to make their comeback with their latest album “Love Yourself: Answer” on August 24.
Billboard has now updated its charts for the week ending in July 7. BTS’s “Fake Love” remains on Billboard’s top songs chart the Hot 100 for the sixth week, now at No. 76. So far the longest time one of BTS’s tracks has charted on the Hot 100 is 10 weeks, which they achieved with the remix of “MIC Drop.”
On the Billboard 200, “Love Yourself: Tear” is at No. 30 (after ranking at No. 27 last week) and “Love Yourself: Her” has risen to No. 127 from No. 130 last week.
“Love Yourself: Tear” has returned to No. 1 on the World Albums chart, now in its fifth week overall in first place. “Love Yourself: Her” follows at No. 2 (in its 41st week on the chart), while “You Never Walk Alone” has risen to No. 10 in its 47th week overall.
On the Pop Songs radio airplay chart, “Fake Love” rises to No. 35 after being No. 36 last week. It also sits at No. 72 on the Canadian Hot 100, while “Love Yourself: Tear” comes in at No. 20 on the Canadian Albums chart.
Congratulations to BTS!
Billboard has now released its charts for the week ending in June 30. On the Hot 100 chart, BTS’s “Fake Love” has come in No. 65, rising from its No. 71 position last week. The song first entered the chart at No. 10, and has spent five weeks on the chart in total.
The group’s latest album “Love Yourself: Tear” is now at No. 27 on the Billboard 200 in its fifth week. Meanwhile, “Love Yourself: Her” is at No. 130. Continue reading “[News] BTS’s “Fake Love” Rises On Hot 100 Chart And More In Its 5th Week ”
On June 5, Billboard released its charts for the week ending in June 9. BTS’s “Fake Love” has come in at No. 51 on the Hot 100 (Billboard’s top songs chart), after debuting at No. 10 last week.
As was previously announced, BTS’s “Love Yourself: Tear” remains on Billboard’s top albums chart the Billboard 200, and is now at No. 6. “Love Yourself: Her” is also on the chart (now in its 32rd week overall) at No. 81. Continue reading “[News] BTS’s “Fake Love” Spends 2nd Week On Billboard’s Hot 100 ”
It was previously announced that BTS had achieved two of their biggest goals on the Billboard charts when they took No. 1 with “Love Yourself: Tear” on the Billboard 200 chart this week and also No. 10 on the Hot 100 with “Fake Love.” Continue reading “[News] BTS Reigns Over Billboard’s World Albums, Artist 100, And More Charts ”
On May 30 KST, Billboard announced that BTS’s new track “Fake Love” has taken the No. 10 spot on Billboard’s top songs chart, the Hot 100, for the week ending in June 2. The chart ranks the most popular songs in the United States across all genres, based on radio airplay audience impressions, sales data, and streaming activity data.
BTS became the first K-pop group to debut in the Top 40 of the Hot 100 last December when their remix of “MIC Drop” entered at No. 28. “Fake Love” has now beat “MIC Drop”‘s record as it grabbed the highest ranking for a K-pop group track on the chart. Continue reading “[News] BTS’s “Fake Love” Makes Record-Breaking Debut On Billboard’s Hot 100 As It Enters At No. 10 ”