BTS And TWICE Soar On Billboard Japan’s 2018 Year-End Top Artists Chart
BTS and TWICE both had an amazing year on the Billboard charts in Japan!
On December 7, Billboard Japan published its annual year-end charts for 2018, and both group made multiple appearances in the rankings.
TWICE snagged No. 2 on the 2018 Top Artists chart, bested only by the popular Japanese singer-songwriter Kenshi Yonezu, while BTS followed close behind at No. 3.
TWICE also managed to land three songs within the top 20 of the year-end Hot 100 Chart for 2018.
The girl group’s Japanese hit “Candy Pop” took No. 8 for the year, with BTS’s Japanese version of “Fake Love” charting at No. 13.
TWICE also claimed No. 18 and No. 19 on the year-end Hot 100 chart with “Wake Me Up” and the Japanese version of their smash hit “TT” respectively.
Additionally, BTS came in at No. 9 on the year-end Hot Albums chart with their third Japanese studio album “Face Yourself,” while TWICE took No. 12 with their first Japanese studio album “BDZ.” Both albums were officially certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of Japan earlier this year.
Congratulations to both groups on their impressive achievements in Japan!