BTS, WINNER, And PENTAGON’s New Releases Enter Billboard’s World Albums Chart
Billboard has released its charts for the week ending in April 14, and BTS is topping the World Albums chart again — this time with a new album!
BTS’s new Japanese album “Face Yourself” has grabbed the No. 1 spot this week as it makes its debut on the World Albums chart. This is now their fifth release to top the World Albums chart, setting a new record for K-pop artists.
The group’s fall 2017 mini album “Love Yourself: Her” is now in No. 2, with 29 weeks on the chart overall.
WINNER’s second full album “EVERYD4Y” makes its debut on the chart at No. 6. The album features the title track “Everyday.”
BTS member J-Hope’s mixtape “Hope World” has risen on the chart to No. 7, after ranking at No. 8 last week. MONSTA X’s “The Connect: Dejavu” remains on the chart for a second week, now at No. 8.
PENTAGON’s new mini album “Positive,” featuring the title track “Shine,” has debuted on the chart at No. 10.
NCT’s “NCT 2018 Empathy” is at No. 11, Stray Kids’s “I Am NOT” is at No. 12, and BTS’s “WINGS” comes in at No. 14 this week.
Congratulations to all the artists!