The MV Film Out and the song “Dynamite” by BTS have achieved many successive records. Meanwhile, Blackpink’s album has just recently added new achievements.
Since its debut on October 2.2020, Blackpink’s The Album has continuously recorded many “terrible” achievements. And recently, this product continues to bring a new record for YG girls.
Specifically, The Album has consistently been on the Billboard 200 chart for 26 consecutive weeks, helping Blackpink become the first Kpop female artist to do this.
In addition, the album has just ḧïẗ the sales milestone of more than 500,000 copies in the US, is the first kσrєαn girl group’s album to qualify for Gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of αмєяι¢α (RIAA).
Blackpink is currently planning to return with new projects. It is known that member Rosé has just debuted solo with his first mini album called -R-.
“Film Out” is a song from the upcoming album of BTS in ̾j̾a̾p̾a̾n. After its debut, BTS’s new MV received positive responses from the media and fans alike.
Especially after 1 day of release, Film Out set many records. In which, Film Out ranked top 1 on the charts of iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, LINE Music Daily, Mora Daily … of ̾j̾a̾p̾a̾n. Not only the country of cherry blossoms, the song also ranks top 1 on iTunes in the US, UK, frαncє, …
On YouTube, MV Film Out earned 28.4 million views in the first 24 hours. Until the morning of August 8, MV Film Out received more than 63 million views on YouTube.
In addition, BTS’s Dynamite has recently stood for 32 weeks on the Billboard chart. This has helped BTS surpäṩṩ its senior solo singer PSY with the song Gangnam Style to become the longest standing song on Billboard’s Hot 100 of a kσrєαn artist.
On the “Digital Song Sales” chart, the hit Dynamite has spent its 18th week continuously holding the top 1 position.