BTS, ‘Map of the Soul: 7’ re-enter Billboard chart

The 4th full-length album released by the group BTS in early 2020 has re-entered the Billboard 200.

According to the latest chart (as of February 12) released by Billboard, an American music media, on the 8th (local time), BTS released their 4th full-length album ‘MAP OF THE SOUL: 7 (MAP OF THE) in February 2020. SOUL: 7)’ ranked 184th on the main album chart ‘Billboard 200’.

The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 right after its release, and stayed on the chart for 82 weeks in a row. It has been steadily entering the charts even now, two years after its release. In addition to the ‘Billboard 200’ chart, it ranked 33rd on ‘Top Album Sales’ and 2nd on ‘World Album’. The album ‘BE’, released in November of the same year, ranked 61st in ‘Top Current Album Sales’ and 6th in ‘World Album’.

BTS also dominated the Billboard charts with other songs. In ‘Billboard Global (excluding the US)’ and ‘Billboard Global 200’, which can measure their global influence, they also climbed to the top of the charts with a number of songs. On the ‘Billboard Global (excluding the US)’ chart, ‘My Universe’ was ranked 17th, ‘Butter’ was at 25th, ‘Dynamite’ was at 36th, and ‘Permission to Dance’ )’ was ranked 80th. On the ‘Billboard Global 200’ chart, ‘My Universe’ ranked 26th, ‘Butter’ 42nd, ‘Dynamite’ 50th, and ‘Permission to Dance’ It was ranked 118th.

On the other hand, ‘My Universe’, a song BTS collaborated with Coldplay, ranked 35th on the UK’s official latest chart (as of February 4) ‘Official Single Chart Top 100’, up one place from the previous week, and was chart-in for the 17th week. are recording.

MI Asian Staff
Author: MI Asian Staff