The top two songs from BTS, “Run BTS” and “Yet To Come,” charted at #13 and #73 on the Billboard Hot 100 on June 21. For Youth is ranked #110, and Born Singer is ranked #121. “Yet To Come” and “Run BTS” were ranked #1 and #8 in the Global Excl. U.S. Top 10.
“Proof” came in fifth place in Oricon’s chronological list of “foreign artist’s first-week album sales.” BTS listed three albums in the Top 5, which already held the records for second and fourth in this category. Additionally, BTS won the “Weekly Album Ranking” with ten albums, including “Proof,” shattering the record for the “largest number of albums in history” released by international musicians.
Before that, “Proof” also held the top spot in Oricon’s “Weekly Digital Album Ranking” and “Daily Album Ranking” (as of June 13). (as of June 20). For BTS’s Oricon “Weekly Digital Album Ranking,” this is the ninth record. Additionally, “Proof” topped the charts in several nations, including Germany, Belgium, Australia, the Netherlands, Finland, New Zealand, and Switzerland, according to the most recent U.K. “Album Chart.” It came in at number two on the official “Album Charts” for France, Italy, and the U.K., and at number eight overall.
Before the official ranking announcement, U.S. Billboard revealed in a preview article that BTS’s new album, “Proof,” which was published on the 10th, had placed top on the “Billboard 200.” This is BTS’s sixth time at the top of the Billboard 200. The latest album from BTS, “Proof,” is an anthology that spans three C.D.s and covers the group’s nine years of activity.