'Run BTS' and 'Yet To Come' from 'Proof' enter Billboard Hot 100 and other US charts

With all their new songs entering different Billboard charts including 'Born Singer' and 'For Youth', BTS returns to Number 1 on BB's Artist 100 chart


                            'Run BTS' and 'Yet To Come' from 'Proof' enter Billboard Hot 100 and other US charts
BTS' Korean singles, 'Yet To Come' and 'Run BTS' debut on US Billboard Hot 100 despite being non-English songs (HYBE, Billboard)
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BTS has made it to the top of many domestic and international charts with their recently released album, 'Proof' as well as its lead single, 'Yet To Come' but one that was quite sought after was the US Billboard main songs chart - The Hot 100. Over the last few years, BTS has become the only K-pop group to have made it to the top of the chart with six of their tracks including four solo BTS songs like 'Dynamite', 'Butter', 'Permission To Dance' and their only Korean hit to enter the chart - 'Life Goes On'. With the boy group releasing their new single, 'Yet To Come' as the title track of their first anthology album, fans had their hopes set up for BTS to make their seventh No 1 on Billboard Hot 100.

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But it seems like the boy group was not able to do so due to the fault of the chart. Fans of BTS are pointing out that it is Billboard that changed the chart regulations which means the Billboard Hot 100 is calculated on the basis of radio plays and considering the fact that 'Yet To Come' is a Korean song with Korean lyrics, the single was set up for failure as it got limited spins on the radio in comparison to its competitors. However, ARMYs are not feeling defeated as the hit single, 'Yet To Come' has still entered the Billboard Hot 100.

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Despite the new regulations, two of BTS' new tracks from 'Proof' have made it to Billboard Hot 100 with the title track 'Yet To Come' debuting at Number 13 as well as the side track, 'Run BTS' which made its Hot 100 debut at Number 73 on the chart. It should be noted that the side track 'Run BTS' was not promoted by the company or the members at all which is why the achievement for the single is solely based on the dedication of fans.

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Other than that, the single 'Yet To Come' has ranked No 1 on Billboard's Global 200 (Excl US) Chart while the song 'Run BTS' ranked at Number 8 on the same chart. With these BTS has now earned 25 entries on the Hot 100 making them the first-ever Korean act to do so.

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BTS' other two new tracks - 'For Youth' and 'Born Singer' have both made it to Billboard's Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart at numbers 10 and 21, respectively. This means that all four of BTS' new releases from their anthology album have made it to different Billboard charts.


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On the other hand, BTS has returned to Billboard's Artist 100 chart at Number 1 extending their record as the group with the most weeks at Number 1 on the chart with a total of 21 weeks at the top.


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