ITZY, NCT 127, Zico, And BTS Top Gaon Weekly Charts + Zico Sets Record For Most Weeks At No. 1 On Digital Chart
Zico’s “Any Song” has broken a record on Gaon Chart!
“Any Song,” released on January 13, has taken the top spot on Gaon’s weekly digital chart for a total of seven weeks, breaking the record. Prior to Zico’s “Any Song,” iKON’s “Love Scenario” held the record with six consecutive weeks at the top of the digital chart and continues to keep the record for consecutive weeks spent.
“Any Song” was the top song on the digital chart for five weeks in a row starting from the first week of its release. IU’s “I Give You My Heart” (from the OST of “Crash Landing on You”) and BTS’s “ON” took the top spot for the two weeks that followed until “Any Song” rose back to No. 1 and broke the record for the most weeks spent as the No. 1 song on the digital chart.
Check out the top five for each of this week’s charts below:
New entries ITZY’s “IT’z ME,” VICTON’s “Continuous,” and ASTRO’s “ONE&ONLY” have taken the No. 1, No. 2, and No. 4 spots on the physical album chart, respectively. NCT 127’s “Neo Zone” went down two steps to No. 3, while BTS’s “Map of the Soul: 7” maintains its rank at No. 5.
NCT 127’s “Kick It” keeps steady at the top of the download chart and is followed by new entries ITZY’s “WANNABE” and BTS member V’s “Sweet Night” (from the OST of “Itaewon Class”). Both also songs from “Itaewon Class,” Ha Hyun Woo’s “Stone Block” jumps up to No. 4, and Gaho’s “Start” stays at No. 5.
Digital Chart + Streaming Chart
Zico’s “Any Song” tops both the overall digital chart and streaming chart and breaks the record for most weeks spent at the top of the digital chart, as mentioned up top. BTS’s “ON” is at No. 2 on the digital chart and No. 3 on the streaming chart, with Gaho’s “Start” trailing right below it on both charts. IU’s “I Give You My Heart” takes fourth on the digital chart and second on the streaming chart. Both charts for the week are rounded out by Changmo’s “METEOR.”
BTS remains the top artist on the social chart and is followed by BLACKPINK, NCT 127, IZ*ONE, and PSY. This week’s chart is almost identical to last week’s, with only NCT 127 and IZ*ONE switching spots.