BTS makes history as all seven members enter the US Billboard Hot 100 chart
BTS fans, hold on to your seats because the boys just made history! The group's latest collaboration with Tae-yang, "Vibe," has entered the US Billboard Hot 100 chart at 76th place, making it the first time that all seven members of BTS have entered the chart as solo artists.
According to a chart preview article, 'Vibe' recorded a staggering 4.2 million streams and 20,000 downloads in the US alone, and it ranked first in "World Digital Song Sales" and second in "Digital Song Sales" in all genres. The song also settled in the top 10 in the 'Billboard Global' survey (excluding the US).
This isn't the first time that BTS members have entered the Hot 100 chart, J-Hope was the first member to rank 81st with "Chicken Noodle Soup" in 2019, followed by Suga's "Daechwita" (76th), V's "Sweet Night" (79th), Jungkook's "Stay Alive" (95th), Jin's "The Astro Nut" (51st), and RM's "Deul Flower" (83rd). But it is the first time in K-pop history that all members of a group have been listed on the chart as solo artists, making this a truly historic moment for the group.
Jungkook and J-Hope have also been named on the chart for collaborations with other artists, further solidifying BTS's position as a global music powerhouse.
The song "Vibe" is a catchy and upbeat track that describes the subtle excitement felt towards a lover and it showcases the natural harmony of the voices of Tae-yang and Jimin. The music video also features Jimin and Taeyang, adding more excitement to the collaboration.
In conclusion, BTS continues to break records and make history with their music, and we can't wait to see what they have in store for us next. Congratulations to the boys on yet another achievement, let's keep streaming and supporting BTS!