Btss Come Back Home Takes No 2 Spot On Billboards World Digital Song Sales Chart

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BTSs Come Back Home Takes No. 2 Spot On Billboards World Digital Song Sales Chart
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BTSs Come Back Home Takes No. 2 Spot On Billboards World Digital Song Sales Chart

BTSs new remake track has charted high this week on Billboards World Digital Song Sales chart, while their albums have risen up the World Albums chart!

Billboard has now released its charts for the week ending in July 22, and BTSs remake of the Seo Taiji and Boys classic Come Back Home has come in at No. 2 on the World Digital Song Sales chart.

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This is an impressive feat for a song that was released not as a promoted comeback track for the group, but rather as the first part of a series of remakes that are celebrating Seo Taijis 25th debut anniversary.

BTS Tops Billboards World Albums Chart, Takes No. 5 Spot On Artist 100, And More
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BTS Tops Billboards World Albums Chart, Takes No. 5 Spot On Artist 100, And More

In addition to entering Billboards Hot 100 for the first time and coming in at No. 7 on the Billboard 200, BTS has also ranked high on other Billboard charts this week!

On September 26, Billboard released its full charts for the week ending in October 7.

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BTS comes in at No. 1 on the World Albums chart this week with their new mini album Love Yourself: Her. Meanwhile, their album WINGS is back on the chart at No. 11, and their repackaged album You Never Walk Alone returns to the chart at No. 13. Both of these previous releases by BTS have now been on the charts for 23 weeks overall each.

iKONs Bobby Grabs No. 2 Spot On Billboards World Albums Chart With Love And Fall
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iKONs Bobby Grabs No. 2 Spot On Billboards World Albums Chart With Love And Fall

iKON member Bobby’s new album has come in at No. 2 on Billboard’s World Albums chart!

On September 19, Billboard released their charts for the week ending in September 30.

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Bobby’s album “Love and Fall,” featuring the title tracks “Runaway” and “I Love You,” has made its debut on the World Albums chart at No. 2.

Other K-pop releases on the chart this week include Taeyang’s “White Night” at No. 6 and EXO’s “The War” at No. 12.

TWICE, VIXX, And PSY Rank High On Billboards World Albums Chart
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TWICE, VIXX, And PSY Rank High On Billboards World Albums Chart

Three recent K-pop releases have taken spots in the top five on Billboards World Albums Chart!

The newly released World Albums chart for the week of June 3 includes TWICEs new mini album Signal making its debut at No. 3. The song is also at No.3 on the World Digital Song Sales chart, as well as No. 11 on the Heatseekers Albums chart.

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VIXXs fourth mini album Shangri-La is right behind at No. 4 on the World Albums chart and also No. 13 on the Heatseekers Albums chart. The group also took home their first win for their title track of the same name on The Show on May 23.

BTS Earns Over $2 Million From Single Concert, Taking Spot In Top 5 Of Billboards Boxscore Chart This Week
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BTS Earns Over $2 Million From Single Concert, Taking Spot In Top 5 Of Billboards Boxscore Chart This Week

BTS has grabbed a spot in the top five on Billboards weekly Current Boxscore chart!

The chart ranks the gross ticket sales of the top 100 concerts worldwide based on data reported to Billboard within the previous week (with the Boxscore week beginning on Wednesday and ending on Tuesday).

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BTS has come in at No. 4 this week for their The Wings Tour 2017 BTS Live Trilogy Episode III show in Sydney, Australia at the Qudos Bank Arena on May 26, 2017. The concert brought in gross sales of $2,054,650, and filled 11,023 seats out of the venue’s 11,424 capacity. The concert promoter was iMe, and tickets ranged from $74.58 USD to $256.66 USD.