BTS have hit primary with Life Goes On (Image: Large Hit)
BTS have made historical past by reaching the primary Korean language primary on the Billboard Scorching 100.
After getting their first US number one single with Dynamite earlier this yr, the Ok-pop kings have gone even additional and managed to get the lead single from their album BE, Life Goes On, to the highest on the Billboard Scorching 100.
Not solely that, however RM, Jin, Jungkook, Suga, J-Hope, V and Jimin have joined Taylor Swift as the one artists to debut a music and an album at primary on every rating in the identical week.
BE debuted at primary atop the Billboard 200 with 242,000 equal album items, whereas Life Goes On racked up 14.9 million US streams.
Fairly spectacular for a non-English language observe that obtained little radio play, no?
BTS additionally broke their very own file of their most simultaneous placements on the chart, with seven songs from BE – Life Goes On, Dynamite, Blue & Gray, Keep, Fly To My Room, Telepathy and Dis-ease – on the Scorching 100.
The primary 4 broke the highest 40, and the one ‘music’ from the album to not chart is Skit, which isn’t even a music, and a talking interlude from the boys.
BTS celebrated their a number of feats fairly aptly, becoming a member of collectively as a gaggle to scream at a mirror.
Suga, who has been recovering from shoulder surgery, made certain to reunite along with his bandmates for the second, and ARMYs had been of their emotions to see the band as a seven-piece once more.
Life Goes On reaching primary tops off a loopy few weeks for BTS, after they received their first Grammy nomination.
The celebs are nominated for greatest pop efficiency by a duo/group for his or her earworm Dynamite, making them the primary Ok-pop artists to be nominated on the awards.
Speaking on The Late Late Show with James Corden, RM said: ‘We’re actually honoured and we all know it’s an enormous step and a milestone, not just for us however for the music business.
‘It makes us even happier to know the way proud our followers should be proper now, and it appears like our arduous work has lastly form of paid off.’