BTS V enters 51st place on US Billboard ‘Hot 100’
BTS V enters 51st place on US Billboard ‘Hot 100’
BTS V entered the US Billboard's main song chart, 'Hot 100', at number 51.

According to the latest chart (as of September 23) released by Billboard, an American music media outlet, on the 19th (local time), the title song 'Slow Dancing' of V's first solo album 'Layover' ranked 51st on ‘Hot 100’.

This is V's third solo song on the 'Hot 100', following the SBS drama 'That Year We' OST 'Christmas Tree' ranked 79th and this album's pre-released song 'Love Me Again' ranked 96th. This is the score that entered . With 'Slow Dancing', they broke their own highest ranking on the 'Hot 100'.

The new album ‘Layover’ entered the main album chart ‘Billboard 200’ at number 2. According to Billboard, 'Layover' sold 100,000 copies in the US in its first week alone. In detail, album sales were 88,000 units, SEA units (sales converted to the number of streaming sessions) were 9,000 units, and TEA units (sales converted to the number of digital music downloads) were 3,000 units.

As a result, V became the artist with the highest score on the 'Billboard 200' among Korean solo singers, along with Jimin (album 'Face') and Suga (album 'D-DAY'). In addition, 'Layover' ranked 2nd in 'Top Album Sales' and 'Top Current Album', and the title song 'Slow Dancing' ranked 2nd in 'Digital Song Sales', 3rd in 'Global (excluding the United States)', and Entered 4th place in ‘Global 200’.

Meanwhile, Jungkook's solo single 'Seven (feat. Latto)' ranked first in 'Global (excluding the U.S.)' for 9 consecutive weeks, repeatedly breaking the record for the longest period of time in first place among K-pop artists, and ranked first in 'Global 200'. ' maintained its top ranking in 2nd place. This song also ranked 44th on the 'Hot 100' chart and continued its long-term success, staying on the chart for 9 consecutive weeks.

Jimin's solo album title song 'Like Crazy' ranked 43rd in 'Global (excluding the US)' and 74th in 'Global 200' and was on the charts for 25 consecutive weeks, while J-Hope's solo album 'Jack in the ‘Jack In The Box’ ranked 15th in ‘Top Current Album’ and ‘Top Album Sales’ respectively.

Kim Se-ah, Ten Asia reporter translated by google