BTS Lands Its fourth No. 1

BTS Lands Its fourth No. DJ Hustle

BTS lands its fourth No. 1 collection on the Billboard 200 diagram with the greatest seven day stretch of 2020 for any discharge.

Guide of the Soul: 7 tempests in on the count with 422,000 equal collection units earned in the U.S. in the week finishing Feb. 27, as per Nielsen Music/MRC Data. Of that aggregate, 347,000 are in collection deals. It’s the fourth No. 1 in under two years for the seven-part South Korean pop gathering.

BTS Lands Its fourth No. DJ Hustle
BTS Lands Its fourth No. DJ Hustle

BTS lands its fourth No. 1 BTS’ huge bow is joined by two additional presentations in the best 10, from YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Ozzy Osbourne.

The Billboard 200 outline positions the most well known collections of the week in the U.S. in view of multi-metric utilization as estimated in comparable collection units. Units involve collection deals, track comparable collections (TEA) and spilling identical collections (SEA). The new March 7-dated outline, where Map of the Soul: 7 enters at No. 1, will be posted in full on Billboard’s site on March 3.

BTS Continues to Grow: Map of the Soul: 7’s general first-week units of 422,000 and its first-week deals of 347,000 are high-water marks for the gathering. Each of BTS’ last four collections – all No. 1s – have begun with progressively bigger first-week units and deals. The demonstration’s last collection, Map of the Soul: Persona started with 230,000 units (with 196,000 in deals) on the April 27, 2019-dated diagram. Prior to that, Love Yourself: Answer began with 185,000 units (141,000 in deals) on Sept. 8, 2018, and Love Yourself: Tear bowed with 131,000 units (100,000 in deals) on June 2, 2018.

BTS Lands Its fourth No. 1 this band continues to push the limits of music to the next level. BTS is coming back to start their tour very soon I’m sure the fans will be ready to go.