IU, BTS, ATEEZ, BLACKPINK, Kang Daniel, And ONF Top Gaon Monthly And Weekly Charts

Gaon Chart has revealed its latest monthly and weekly chart rankings!

Monthly Album Chart

BTS topped the physical album chart for the month of February with their latest album “BE,” which also received an official triple million certification from Gaon this month after the new “Essential Edition” of the album was released on February 19. BTS previously topped the monthly album chart with “BE” once already, back when the album was first released in its “Deluxe Edition” form in November.

SHINee’s new studio album “Don’t Call Me” debuted at No. 2 on the monthly chart, while NCT’s 2018 album “NCT 2018 Empathy” reentered the chart at No. 3.

UP10TION’s Kim Woo Seok’s “2ND DESIRE [TASTY]” came in at No. 4, and Wonho’s “Love Synonym #2 : Right for Us” rounded out the top five for February.

Weekly Album Chart

ATEEZ topped the physical album chart for the week of February 28 to March 6 with their new mini album “ZERO : FEVER Part.2,” which debuted at No. 1.

SHINee’s “Don’t Call Me” stayed strong at No. 2, while (G)I-DLE’s “I burn” climbed back up the chart to No. 3.

VERIVERY’s “SERIES ‘O’ ROUND 1: HALL” debuted at No. 4 on the chart, with ENHYPEN’s “BORDER : DAY ONE” rising to No. 5 for the week.

Monthly Digital Chart

IU achieved a double crown for February after topping both the overall digital chart and the streaming chart with her latest hit “Celebrity.”

KyoungSeo’s “Shiny Star (2020)” followed at No. 2 on the overall digital chart for February, while BTS’s long-running hit “Dynamite” held onto its spot at No. 3.

“Show Me the Money 9” rappers Mirani, Munchman, Khundi Panda, and MUSHVENOM’s hit collaboration “VVS” (featuring JUSTHIS and produced by GroovyRoom) charted at No. 4, trailed by 10cm’s “Borrow Your Night” at No. 5.

Weekly Digital Chart

IU also maintained her double crown on the weekly charts, where “Celebrity” remained No. 1 on both the overall digital chart and the streaming chart for the sixth consecutive week.

Four years after its release, Brave Girls’ newly viral hit “Rollin’“—which the group recently announced that they will be returning to music shows to perform again after its sudden rise in popularity—shot up the overall digital chart to No. 2 for the week.

KyoungSeo’s “Shiny Star (2020)” came in at No. 3 this week, followed by BTS’s “Dynamite” at No. 4 and Jang Beom June’s “Can’t Sleep” at No. 5.

Monthly Download Chart

Kang Daniel topped the digital download chart for February with his new single “PARANOIA,” which previously debuted at No. 1 on the weekly chart as well.

SECHSKIES’s “Don’t Look Back” entered the chart at No. 2, trailed by IU’s “Celebrity” at No. 3, ONF’s “Beautiful Beautiful” at No. 4, and Kim Woo Seok’s “Sugar” at No. 5.

Weekly Download Chart

ONF’s latest title track “Beautiful Beautiful” topped the weekly digital download chart for the second week in a row, while Kang Daniel’s “PARANOIA” and SHINee’s “Don’t Call Me” also maintained their respective positions at No. 2 and No. 3.

Brave Girls’ “Rollin'” shot all the way up to No. 4 on this week’s chart, and Highlight’s Yang Yoseob and Apink’s Jung Eun Ji’s new duet “Love Day (2021)” made its debut at No. 5.

Monthly Streaming Chart

The top four songs on the monthly streaming chart for February were exactly the same as the overall digital chart: IU’s “Celebrity” came in at No. 1, KyoungSeo’s “Shiny Star (2020)” at No. 2, BTS’s “Dynamite” at No. 3, and Mirani, Munchman, Khundi Panda, and MUSHVENOM’s “VVS” at No. 4. Finally, Jang Beom June’s “Can’t Sleep” rounded out the top five for the month.

Weekly Streaming Chart

IU’s “Celebrity” held onto its spot at No. 1 on the streaming chart this week, with KyoungSeo’s “Shiny Star (2020)” similarly defending its position at No. 2.

Brave Girls’ “Rollin'” rose to No. 3 for the week, followed by BTS’s “Dynamite” at No. 4 and Jang Beom June’s “Can’t Sleep” at No. 5.

Monthly Social Chart

BLACKPINK continued to top Gaon’s “Social Chart 2.0” for the 10th consecutive month, while BTS held onto their spot at No. 2. Im Young Woong rose to No. 3 on this month’s chart, trailed by Young Tak at No. 4 and Lee Chan Won at No. 5.

Weekly Social Chart

The top five artists on this week’s social chart were exactly the same as last week: BLACKPINK remained No. 1, with BTS at No. 2, Im Young Woong at No. 3, Lee Chan Won at No. 4, and Jang Min Ho at No. 5.

Congratulations to all of the artists!

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