BTS‘ seventh full-length album remained at the top of the “Billboard 200” chart for the seventh week. His debut album was first listed on the world album chart in seven years with his fans’ “Fool’s Day pranks.”
According to a chart released by Billboard on April 14 (local time), “Map of the Soul: 7,” which they introduced in February, ranked 37th on the chart.
The album reached the top of the charts shortly after its release.
Meanwhile, Billboard said on the 11th, “BTS‘ debut album ‘To Cool for Skool’ released in 2013 has entered the Billboard World Album Chart for the first time in seven years since its release,” adding, “Army, their fan club, is an undeniable force that can have a big impact even on April Fool’s pranks. It was a joke, but it was a moment when fans looked back on the group’s historic career,” he said.
Its debut album’s title track “No More Dream” ranked second on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart, becoming the best-selling K-pop in the U.S. for a week. Other tracks in the album, “Intro : Two Cool For School” and “Like,” ranked 18th and 10th, respectively.
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