Proof, BTS’s new album, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. Debuted at 1, making the group their sixth chart-topper. BTS members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook released the testimony in June. The compilation album features old and new songs. (Also Read | BTS ‘RM thinks they’ hit a kind of wall ‘, says they need to make music’ it’s more timeless’)
Billboard announced Monday that Proof tops the Top 200 Albums chart. The album was released on June 10, just days before the BTS Festa dinner, in which members talked about taking a break to focus on solo projects. However, HYBE denied that the group was taking a break. That said, BTS will focus on solo and group projects simultaneously.
According to Soompi, BTS is now the first Korean artist to top the Billboard 200 with six different albums. BTS’s first No 1 album Love Yourself: Tears in June 2018, followed by Love Yourself: The Answer, Spirit Map: Person, Spirit Map: 7 and BE. So far, only 15 non-English-language albums have topped the Billboard 200 in chart history. Of those albums, six of them are from BTS.
Fans, who responded to the development, praised BTS’s achievement. A fan wrote, “Hold on. I thought they didn’t. They made # 1 again, and their album got # 1 on billboards. I was worried we didn’t do it. I fought hard. It gives me joy. When it’s not true, they are indefinite.” Said the break. ” Another guy said, “Congratulations to my 7 boys BTS. Worthy, Legends … Proof album is amazing …”
One tweet, “Six # 1s on the BB200 with primarily non-English albums, nobody does that.” Another read, “Repeat with me now, BTS is the largest group on the planet.” One fan wrote, “The Tannese album has set the charts, another N01 album.” One person wrote on Twitter, “Congratulations and good work BTS! This is a great compilation collection that shows just how broad their” style “is!”
According to Billboard, Proof has registered the biggest week of 2022 for the album in terms of both album sales and earnings. This is the second largest total of Harry Styles’ first week of Harry House. Referring to the Luminate data, Billboard said Proof gained 314,000 equivalent album units in the week ending June 16.