For much of today, BTS fans the world over (and especially in the U.S.) have been celebrating, as Billboard declared that notwithstanding dispatching their new album BE on the Billboard 200, the band likewise caught one more No. 1 crush on the Hot 100.
The group’s single “Life Goes On,” the most recent from BE, additionally opens as high as a tune can hop on the all-type positioning of the most-consumed tracks in the U.S.
As though handling a No. 1 tune and full-length simultaneously wasn’t reason enough to observe, BTS have topped their own best indicating with regards to the most synchronous positions on the Hot 100 by a serious enormous edge, sending just about a whole collection of material to the list.
As indicated by the diagram company itself, BTS claim seven spots on the current week’s Hot 100, which will be distributed in full tomorrow (December 1) morning. The group has never verged on setting that numerous tracks on the serious count immediately, and neither has some other melodic act from their nation of origin of South Korea.
Simply behind “Life Goes On” at No. 1 comes “Dynamite,” which returns of the best 10 this time around and settles at No. 3. The cut appeared on the Hot 100 in September, giving BTS their first of three career pioneers.
Another fan top choice, “Blue and Gray,” nearly gave the group three top 10 crushes on the double, as it begins its experience on the Hot 100 at No. 13, passing up the most elevated level by only three rungs. Not a long ways behind that worldwide hit comes “Stay,” which opens at No. 22.
That implies that BE has now created four top 40 hits. Put another way, half of the relative multitude of titles highlighted on the set’s tracklist have now been guaranteed appropriate accomplishments in the U.S.
Further down the positioning, “Fly to My Room,” “Telepathy” and “Dis-ease” start their stays on the Hot 100 at Nos. 69, 70 and 72, individually. The main tune highlighted on BE that didn’t make it to the graph is “Skit,” which probably doesn’t show up in light of the fact that it’s not actually melodic, and a few fans may have floated away from the sliced with regards to streaming and purchasing the alternative.
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