BTS Breaks Oricon Sales Record in 2021 in 1 Day with ‘BTS, THE BEST’ Album Release | K-pop movie news


BTS breaks all records and nothing can stop them.

After adding their names to the record books with their latest single, ‘Butter’, the boys reached a new high with the release of their album ‘BTS, THE BEST’. The K-Pop group’s new Japanese album featuring their greatest hits, took first place in Oricon’s latest album charts.

According to reports on Korean news portals, the boys managed to break records in a single day after its release. It was reported that ‘BTS, THE BEST’ sold 571,589 copies on day one, which not only put it at the top of the music charts, but also recorded the highest sales in week one. achieved by any album in 2021.

SixTONES ” 1ST ‘album with 467,000 copies in January. With BTS crossing the bar on day one, the numbers are expected to rise as the week progresses.

With that, the boys – V, RM, Jin, J-Hope, Jimin, JungKook, and SUGA – also broke their personal best week sales records. The group previously released their Japanese album ‘MAP OF THE SOUL: 7 ∼THE VOYAGE’ which recorded 564,000 copies sold in July 2020.

BTS announced on Wednesday that they will be releasing their Japanese album, which will include some of their biggest hits and pre-release tracks. Since the big announcement, 1.1 million copies of the album have been shipped for sale, Big Hit Music confirmed in a statement.

The album features 23 tracks and songs in Japanese such as “Film Out”, “Your Eyes Tell” and “Crystal Snow”. It also includes Japanese versions of the group’s Korean songs, such as “Fake Love”, “Idol” and “On”.

Their pre-release title ‘Film Out’ topped the Oricon Weekly Streaming charts in Japan, making it their second title since ‘Dynamite’ to surpass ten million streams on the platform.


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