Today, BTS has officially made history in the “Billboard Artist 100” chart, surpassing the previous record of Twenty One Pilots, becoming the group with the longest time in this chart in history.
Specifically, BTS is currently the champion of this 100-week Billboard Artist chart, this is the 5th week (not consecutive) of the group with the highest position, making them become the first group to touch This milestone, surpassed the previous record of Twenty One Pilots. In June 2017, BTS became the first Kpop group to reach the first place on the Billboard Artist 100 chart.
With the top 5 weeks on the list, Big Hit boys are currently standing side by side with Kendrick Lamar, Post Malone. Currently, Taylor Swift is still the record holder with 36 weeks (discontinuous) standing at the top 1.
The Billboard Artist 100 chart is a weekly chart with criteria for synthesizing all achievements of artists and music groups in all fronts: album sales, sales of each song – single, radio plays, streaming , social network interaction, … to rank artists in the most complete and complete manner during that week. The fact that the group continues to top this chart proves the attraction from them in all areas of music, not simply from the amount of YouTube views or any other single aspect.
Currently, BTS has completed 6 concerts at 3 huge US stadiums and is on its way to Brazil to bring “BTS World Tour: Speak Yourself” to this country.
Recently, BTS also appeared on the famous American talkshow – The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Not only impressed with the “unique” performance of Boy With Luv, BTS continued to name himself as the first male group after 55 years, 3 months, 6 days on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert “since The Beatles.
After appearing and performing on this talk show, the song “Boy With Luv” as well as the “Map of the Soul: PERSONA” album has been promoted rapidly on the US iTunes. Accordingly, “Boy With Luv” is temporarily landing at No. 39 on the top 100 iTunes. The album’s ranking “Map of the Soul: PERSONA” is 25.