BTS’s “Fake Love” Enters Spotify’s Global Top 200 Chart At Highest Ranking Yet For Korean Artists
BTS continues their path of success with “Fake Love”!
On May 19, it was revealed that BTS’s newest title track “Fake Love” from their most recent studio album “Love Yourself: Tear” entered Spotify’s Global Top 200 chart in 17th place, which means it has also entered Spotify’s Top 50 chart.
They have beaten their own record for the highest ranking at which a Korean artist has entered these charts, which was previously held by “DNA.”
Notably, other songs from BTS’s “Love Yourself: Tear” also placed on the Top 200 chart. “The Truth Untold” is at 50th place, “134340” is at 66th, “Paradise” is at 71st, “Love Maze” is at 75th, “Magic Shop” is at 76th, “Anpanman” is at 77th, “So What” is at 92nd, “Intro: Singularity” is at 102,” and finally, “Outro: Tear” is at 112nd.
BTS not only swept domestic realtime charts soon after their album was released on May 18, but also recently achieved a certified all-kill with their title track. Their music video for “Fake Love” has beaten countless of records and achieved an amazing number of views within 24 hours. They also topped 65 iTunes Top Album charts as well as 52 iTunes Top Songs charts worldwide.
The group will be holding their premiere performance of “Fake Love” at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards on May 20 local time.
Congratulations to BTS!