BTS Rule Half Of The Top 10 On The World Songs Chart, Swahili Post

BTS Rule Half Of The Top 10 On The World Songs Chart

On this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart, several new songs debut and a handful of favorites return to the tally for another spin, but much of that activity occurs below the top 10. That region, the most competitive on the list, largely belongs to BTS, even though the all-male vocal act doesn’t sit at No. 1.

This week, BTS chart five songs inside the top 10 on the World Digital Song Sales ranking, meaning they control half of all the available spots inside the region. That’s an impressive showing for any act on any Billboard roster, and it’s one the South Korean septet has managed (and more than once).

The highest-charting of BTS’s bunch this frame is “Euphoria,” which returns to the top five once again. This period, the tune lifts from No. 8 to No. 4.

Also up from where it ranked last week is “My Time,” which improves from No. 10 to No. 6. Two fellow BTS cuts come next, with both falling from where they placed last time around. As “Filter” dips from No. 5 to No. 7, recent champion “Film Out” slips from second place to eighth.

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BTS only control half of the top 10 on the latest edition of the World Digital Song Sales chart thanks to a surging favorite, which returns to the highest space on the ranking. “Life Goes On,” which topped the tally late in 2020, shoots from No. 13 to No. 10, re-entering the region once again.


Four of BTS’s five current top 10 hits on this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart have spent time at No. 1 on the tally. Out of all the titles, only “Euphoria,” the loftiest of the bunch, missed the mark. That tune stalled in the runner-up space.

Here is where all of BTS top 10 hits rank on this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart.

No. 4 – “Euphoria”

No. 6 – “My Time”

No. 7 – “Filter”

No. 8 – “Film Out”

No. 10 – “Life Goes On”

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