BTS’s old hits fill 40% of all slots on the world song chart

BTS is no stranger to ruling BillboardWorld chart of digital song sales. In fact, they are probably the most successful act of all time when you look at that tally, and once again they are enjoying a truly incredible week on the chart, even though nothing new from the band ever hits the charts. In this age.

BTS takes 10 spots on this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart, taking up 40% of all available slots on the 25-rung count. It is an incredible performance for any group or solo musician, but it is not even the most impressive performance of the South Korean septet. What’s perhaps most surprising about BTS’s performance in this setting is that their dominance is almost entirely due to returning hits, rather than a host of new locations.

The previous “Life Goes On,” which topped the charts, returns to the world ranking of digital song sales at No. 1, where it debuted late last year. The tune was not present on last week’s list, so the fact that it reappears as high as a cut can climb is certainly impressive.

BTS occupies four spots within the top 10, with three of those hits returning to the worldwide digital song sales chart as they found no space in the bottom chart on the chart. Behind “Life Goes On” comes “Dope” at no. 3, a “Filter” that falls at No. 8 and “Boy With Luv,” featuring Halsey, “reappearing at No. 10.

Two other previous champions, “Film Out” and “On,” both triumphantly return to the global digital song sales chart, while “Blue & Gray,” which once topped the No. 2 spot, remains the top ranking. bottom of the list. reappearing wins, as it lands in 24th place.

BTS’s rise in popularity is due to the release of their new single “Butter.” The melody debuts at No. 1 on the Hot 100 and performs well on several other charts, and while it is not eligible for the world rankings for digital song sales, fans of the band bought and streamed other popular hits from their discography in the wake of all the attention. newly discovered they have been getting.

Half of all tracks on the global digital song sales chart, this chart was absent last week, and while BTS is responsible for most of those emerging hits, it’s not the only act to score a notable victory on the chart. ready. New songs with names like Go_A, Maneskin, and three songs by South Korean girl group EVERGLOW also debut, while ENHYPEN’s “Fever” also returns to the charts for another turn.

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Here’s a look at where BTS’s 10 tracks rank on this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart.

No. 1 – “Life goes on”

No. 3 – “Drug”

No. 9 – “Filter”

No. 10 – “Boy With Luv (with Halsey)”

No. 12 – “Euphoria”

No. 13 – “Movie Out”

No. 17 – “My time”

No. 18 – “Mic Drop (ft. Desiigner)”

No. 19 – “Activated”

No. 24 – “Blue and gray”

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