RM Is The Third BTS Member To Score Several No. 1 Hits On The World Songs Chart

RM Is The Third BTS Member To Score Several No. 1 Hits On The World Songs Chart

A brand new song rules this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart, as it opens in first place, beating a handful of other new releases to the top. “Don’t,” a collaborative tune fronted by eAeon and which credits BTS member RM as a featured act, arrives at No. 1, bringing the former act to the highest spot for the first time, while the latter musician has been in that space before.

With one more solo chart-topper on the World Digital Song Sales ranking, RM joins two of his bandmates as the only ones from that group who have hit No. 1 more than once.

RM first ruled over the World Digital Song Sales chart early last year, as he and fellow South Korean singer Younha sent their joint effort “Winter Flower” to the peak position. Now that “Don’t” has kicked off its time atop the tally as well, he’s doubled his number of champions.

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J-Hope was the first member of BTS to hit No. 1 on the World Digital Song Sales chart more than once, and he serves as the lead artist on both of his rulers. He first made it all the way to the top in 2018, when “Daydream” rose to the highest rung. That track served as the lead single from his solo mixtape Hope World, which also ruled the World Albums roster. He followed that win up a year later with “Chicken Noodle Soup,” a standalone smash that features Becky G. The Korean/English/Spanish cut also wasted no time going right to the throne.

Suga became the second BTS performer to collect a pair of No. 1s on the World Digital Song Sales chart just last year, when his solo smash “Daechwita” opened in first place. The tune served as the only single from his latest mixtape on his own, D-2. The same year, he and IU sent “Eight” to the summit as well, making 2020 as very good time for Suga.

As a group, BTS are the most successful act in the history of the World Digital Song Sales chart. The septet has now ruled over the list with a record-setting 28 different tracks, and that sum is sure to climb again whenever they have something new to deliver in a language other than English.

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