SEVENTEEN Tops 5 Billboard Charts + Becomes 5th K-Pop Boy Group To Hit No. 1 On Artist 100
This week, SEVENTEEN achieved their highest ranking yet on the Billboard 200, where “FML” made a strong debut at No. 2. (The Billboard 200 is the commonly used name for Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart, which ranks the most popular albums in the United States each week.)
Billboard has now revealed more of SEVENTEEN’s achievements on this week’s charts: the group topped no less than five different Billboard charts this week, with “FML” entering three separate charts at No. 1.
Not only did “FML” debut at No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart after achieving the fourth-largest U.S. sales week of any album in 2023, but it also swept the No. 1 spot on the Top Current Album Sales chart and the World Albums chart, in addition to entering the Tastemaker Albums chart at No. 2.
SEVENTEEN also re-entered Billboard’s Artist 100 at No. 1, marking their first time topping the chart—and making them only the fifth K-pop boy group in history to top the chart, following BTS, SuperM, Stray Kids, and TXT.
Additionally, SEVENTEEN topped Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs chart with their B-side “I Don’t Understand But I Luv U,” which debuted at No. 1. A total of five songs made this week’s chart: “Dust” entered the chart at No. 5, “April Shower” at No. 9, “Super” at No. 10, and “Fire” at No. 15.
Congratulations to SEVENTEEN!