The BTS model expands to much more new chart territory with a soundtrack that includes artists from everywhere in the world.
After appearances throughout numerous world, pop, hip-hop, digital/dance, R&B, rock, and rhythmic charts, BTS now develop their attain into but one other Billboard chart world.
The BTS World soundtrack debuts at No. 6 on Billboard‘s High Soundtracks chart. The set that options the band in addition to company like Juice WRLD and Charli XCX opens with 10,000 equal album items, of which 3,000 copies had been conventional album items, within the week ending July 5, in response to Nielsen Music. The High Soundtracks chart ranks the week’s top-selling soundtracks in America, ranked by gross sales knowledge as compiled by Nielsen Music, with BTS World marking the primary K-pop soundtrack to enter the High Soundtracks chart.
The soundtrack’s success additionally sees BTS World debut at No. 72 on the all-genre Billboard 200 and No. Three on World Albums chart.
Created in partnership for the band’s just lately releasd cellular sport BTS World, the unique soundtrack album delivers 14 songs that characteristic each BTS in full (on “Heartbeat,” which can also be No. 1 on the World Digital Tune Gross sales chart this week), and splintered into items (on the tracks “Dream Glow” with Charli XCX, “A Brand New Day” with Zara Larsson, and the Juice WRLD-featuring “All Night,” all of which additionally topped World Digital Tune Gross sales upon their launch). The soundtrack additionally contains instrumental tracks and contributions from veteran artist and BTS’ Korean label mate Lee Hyun (on the uplifting power-rock reduce “You Are Here”) and indie duo Okdal (on the soothing folks observe “LaLaLa”). Whereas the album’s artist is formally attributed to “Various Artists,” the transfer additional reveals BTS’ rising attain and solidifies their place as a real chart presence in America.
Watch BTS’ music video for “Heartbeat” under: