K-Pop Band BTS Becomes 1st Artist In History To Achieve 20 No. 1s On Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart


Seoul: The Korean Boy Band BTS’ new Japanese pre-release track “Stay Gold” debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart for the week ending in July 4.

This is the group’s 20th song to top the chart.

With this latest achievement, BTS has now broken their own record for the most No. 1s achieved on the chart by any artist in history.

BTS previously topped Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart with their songs “Fire,” “Blood Sweat & Tears,” “Spring Day,” “Not Today,” “DNA,” “MIC Drop,” “Don’t Leave Me,” “Fake Love,” “IDOL,” “2! 3!“, “Boy With Luv,” “Dream Glow,” “A Brand New Day,” “All Night,” “Heartbeat,” “Lights,” “Make It Right,” “Black Swan,” and “ON.”

“Stay Gold” also marks BTS’s 89th song to make it into the top 10 of the chart—another Billboard record that they continue to break with each new hit.

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