The previous five-member single “I Promise” sold 578,092 copies in the first week, about 110,000 more than the current album. But this difference may be due to the COVID-19 status of the brick and mortar emergency shutdown. Record shop
BTS’s new summer song “Butter” debuted at No. 2 on the Japan Hot 100, leading a Twitter streaming download and South Korea’s septet video showing all the new English songs for the first time at the Billboard Music Awards on. On 23 May, they received awards in all four categories that were finalists: Best Selling Song (“Dynamite”), Top Social Artist, Music Sales Artist and Popular Couple / Group
The track, in particular, had 14,021,650 streams after just three days on this week’s chart, about 6 million more than the No. 2 song in No. 2, Yuuri’s “Dryflower” (8,282,357 streams) video. “Butter” has 7,314,289 views, which is more than the 5 millionth track at No. 2 Ado’s “Odo” (2,547,624 times). Japan’s ARMY is definitely making a comeback for a global superstar.
The new single BUMP OF CHICKEN of the Japanese pop-rock band “Nanairo” takes 3rd place with a balanced score: No. 2 for download and radio, No. 24 for video, No. 25 for Twitter and No. 48 for Streaming The track is the theme of NHK’s new drama series that will run for 6 months, and this famous grouping has definitely boosted the singles’ performance on the charts – the singles. The predecessor of veteran group “Flare” debuted at No. 23 on the Japan Hot 100 after ranking No. 2 for downloads, No. 16 for radio, No. 34 for video, No. 77 for Twitter and. Outside the top 100 for streaming
Billboard Japan Hot 100 combines real sales and digital audio streams broadcasting radio talks Twitter, YouTube and GYAO! Viewing videos, searching for Gracenote and karaoke information.
For the full Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart from May 17 to 23, please see here.