Popular K-pop band BTS’ new compilation album ‘Proof’ has allowed Powerhouse their sixth #1 album to debut on the Billboard 200 chart despite their upcoming break.
According to Variety, four days before leaving Proof, the group announced they would take a break to focus on their solo career.
According to Billboard Via Luminate, that news had little effect on Senna, however, ‘Proof’ opened at number 1 on the album chart (dated June 25), equivalent to 314,000 sales in the US.
A large part of that unit’s figure was driven by CD album sales, which contained an additional 13 tracks as opposed to digital download and streaming albums.
The album, released on June 10, is a three-disc compilation with much of the material previously unreleased.
,evidence‘ also featured three brand new tracks, including ‘Yet to Come (Most Beautiful Moment)’, which debuted at number 1 on Billboard’s Global-Exclusive-US chart, making it to the top of Billboard’s Global for the 17th week. BTS expanded its record. -exclusion-america chart.
On the same chart, Harry Styles’ “As It Was” returned to No. 1 for a week 10, while Jozy’s “Glimpses of Us” and Bad Bunny’s “Effecto” debuted at Tear.
According to Variety, Bad Bunny’s “Un Verano Sin Tee” slipped to second place on the new Billboard 200 with 129,000 equivalent album units, while Styles’ “Harry House” held steady at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. 91,000 equivalent album units.
SZA’s ‘Ctrl’ rose from number 35 to number 9 on the 200 chart following the album’s fifth anniversary deluxe reissue (released on June 10), which added seven previously unreleased songs to the 14-track album.
Post Malone’s ‘twelve carat toothache’ falls 2-4 in its second week.
Morgan Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” still peaks at No. 6, while Kendrick Lamar’s “Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers’ slide 5-7 and Olivia Rodrigo’s Asor remain at number 8.
Carrie Underwood earned her 10th consecutive top 10 album on the Billboard 200 with her new studio release “Denim & Rhinestones.” It closed the Billboard 200 chart at number 10, earning 31,000 equivalent album units.
Jack Harlow’s “First Class” remains at No. 2 on the charts after three consecutive weeks at No. 1, while Future’s “Wait for You,” featuring Drake and Thames, remains steady at No. 3.
Lizzo“About Damn Time” dropped 5-4 on the Hot 100, and Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God)” slipped to number 5.
Last week, two weeks after re-entering the charts at No. 8, it climbed to the No. 4 peak. Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” peaks at number 6 on the Hot 100, revisiting number 6 after five weeks. 1; Lato’s “Big Energy” remains at number 7, and “Me Porto Bonito” by Bad Bunny and Choncho Corleone remains at number 8.