BTS Leading Billboard’s World Albums Chart and Instagram


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BTS Rules the Billboard World Albums Chart

The South Korean band is now at peak of success. BTS occupies 80% of the top five positions on Billboard’s World Albums chart this week. BTS also owns four of the top five slots on Billboard’s World Albums chart this week. This week, BTS’ Map of Soul:7, rules the World Album Chart. BTS’s most recent release, Be, comes next. Although these two are in first and second place, BTS’s Love Yourself: Answer and Love Yourself: Tear are in fourth and fifth place, respectively. Blackpink’s The Album, which is at No. 3, is the only non-BTS release to reach the top five.

Is K-Pop Band People’s Favourite on Instagram?

On Instagram, the BTS boys are the most famous Korean male idols. BTS added 1,256,301 new followers in April alone, taking their total number of followers to 40,606,915 by the end of the month. ASTRO’s Cha Eun Woo is BTS’s biggest fan, with 1,075,087 new Instagram followers in April alone, bringing the total to 20,019,646 by the end of the month.

In April 2021, “Dynamite” becomes the most viewed K-Pop music video (male artist)

BTS’s Dynamite received a total of 70,695,314 new views in April alone, according to K-Pop Radar. The music video that was first released in August of 2020, has now received 1,043,963,174 views. This comes just a few days after Dynamite surpassed 1 billion YouTube views. BTS has surpassed several records since the release of Dynamite. After its MV premiere was viewed by over 3 million concurrent viewers, Dynamite was formally entered into the Guinness World Records as the ‘Most simultaneous viewers for a music video on YouTube Premieres’ in March of this year.