BTS’s new remake track has charted high this week on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart, while their albums have risen up the World Albums chart!
Billboard has now released its charts for the week ending in July 22, and BTS’s remake of the Seo Taiji and Boys classic “Come Back Home” has come in at No. 2 on the World Digital Song Sales chart.
This is an impressive feat for a song that was released not as a promoted comeback track for the group, but rather as the first part of a series of remakes that are celebrating Seo Taiji’s 25th debut anniversary.
In addition, the song is also No. 1 on Billboard’s Twitter Top Tracks chart for the week of July 22. The chart is described by Billboard as ranking the week’s “most shared and/or mentioned songs on Twitter,” and BTS’s tracks often rank high on the chart.
Meanwhile, BTS’s repackaged album “You Never Walk Alone” from this February has risen up Billboard’s World Albums chart to No. 7 this week after charting at No. 15 last week. This is the album’s seventeenth week on the chart overall. BTS’s “Wings” album from last fall has returned to the chart, re-entering at No. 11 to spend its twenty-first week on the chart.
The hit group is also currently at No. 2 on the Social 50 chart, with Justin Bieber at No. 1.
BTS is currently preparing for a comeback in the second half of 2017, and recently revealed new logos for both themselves and their fan club ARMY as part of their new brand identity.