MSG Wannabe (M.O.M) Earns Quintuple Crown + BTS Takes Triple Crown On Gaon Weekly Charts
Gaon Chart has revealed its chart rankings for the week of July 4 to July 10!
MSG Wannabe unit M.O.M from MBC’s variety show “How Do You Play?” achieved a quintuple crown by topping five charts including the digital chart, streaming chart, BGM chart (which tracks the songs that people purchase to use as background music for their blogs and KakaoTalk profiles), bell (ringtone) chart , and ring (ringback tone)chart.
BTS took No. 1 on the download chart with “Permission to Dance,” and the album chart with “Butter.” The group maintained their position at the top of the Social Chart 2.0 for a triple crown this week.
Check out the top five on each chart below:
BTS’s CD version of “Butter” topped this week’s physical album chart, while SF9’s “TURN OVER” debuted at No. 2. NCT DREAM’s “Hello Future” (Kit Ver.) entered at No. 3, and the original version of “Hello Future” took No. 4. SEVENTEEN’s “Your Choice” rose two spots to round out the top five.
“Foolish Love” by MSG Wannabe (M.O.M) was No. 1 on the digital chart for the second week in a row. aespa’s “Next Level” went up a step to No. 2, and MSG Wannabe unit JSDK’s “Only You” came in a No. 3. BTS’ “Butter” took No. 4, and Brave Girls’ “Chi Mat Ba Ram” was No. 5.
MSG Wannabe unit M.O.M’s “Foolish Love” topped the streaming chart for the week as well, with aespa’s “Next Level” also coming in at No. 2. BTS’s “Butter” rose to No. 3, and MSG Wannabe unit JSDK’s “Only You” took the No. 4 spot. Heize’s “HAPPEN” rounded out the top five.
BTS’s “Permission to Dance” emerged at the top of the download chart, and Girls’ Generation member Taeyeon’s “Weekend” followed at No. 2. “Foolish Love” and “Only You” by MSG Wannabe units M.O.M and JSDK came in at No. 3 and No. 4 respectively, while Lim Young Woong’s “Trust in Me” shot up to No. 5.
BTS guarded their position at No. 1 on Gaon’s social chart for the 17th consecutive week. BLACKPINK maintains their spot at No. 2, as well as Lim Young Woong at No. 3 and Kim Ho Joong at No. 4. IU went up a step to take the No. 5 position.
Watch MSG Wannabe on “How Do You Play?” with subtitles below!