It’s become no surprise that any releases, whether it’s in the form of a Korean or Japanese album, from the Big Hit group, it’s a guaranteed success even before the news breaks that BTS will be making their comeback.
The 3rd studio Japanese album was released on April 3 and flew up to #5 in the UK and even four days in, it’s still charting at #84 alongside ‘Don’t Leave Me’ and ‘Let Go’ staying strong at #89 and #105 respectively.
The Official Charts in the UK was updated yesterday to reveal that BTS made yet another feature at #78, which only strengthens the idea that they’re integrated exceptionally well on a global scale with their international audience and fanbase continuing to grow in its masses. This marks the 4th time that the group has made appearances on the chart, following the releases of ‘Wings‘, ‘Love Yourself‘ and the Steve Aoki’s remix version of ‘Mic Drop‘.
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