BTS Shinbo “reversed” in the U.S. Billboard main album chart “Billboard 200,” rising from last week.
According to the latest chart released by Billboard on the 21st (local time), BTS’ fourth full-length album “MAP OF THE SOUL: 7” (MAP OF THE SOUL: 7), which was released in February, ranked 28th on “Billboard 200.”
This is a nine-step increase from last week, and it is the first time that BTS has reversed the charts with the album. “(MAP OF THE SOUL: 7) has remained in the top spot for seven weeks since its debut as No. 1 in “Billboard 200,” but its ranking has been falling to third, eighth, 11th, 24th, 25th, and 37th.”
BTS’ other album, “LOVE YOURSELF 結 Answer,” also re-entered the charts, ranking 174th on “Billboard 200.”
Meanwhile, the Billboard 200 leaders topped the list for the fourth consecutive week, with Wickend’s After Hours topping the list. Billboard reported on the 19th that it was the first time since Drake’s Scorpion in 2018 that an album topped “Billboard 200” for four weeks.