Billboard has posted its Earth Albums chart for the week ending on August 21!
Two months soon after its launch, BTS’s Japanese compilation album “BTS, The Best” reentered the Environment Albums chart at No. 1 this week—marking its incredibly initial time topping the chart.
In general, BTS landed a whole of seven albums in the prime 15: in addition to topping the chart with “BTS, The Very best,” BTS also claimed No. 2 with “Map of the Soul: 7,” No. 5 with “BE,” No. 8 with “Love On your own: Response,” No. 10 with “Map of the Soul: Persona,” No. 13 with “Skool Luv Affair,” and No. 15 with “Love By yourself: Her.”
Meanwhile, TXT’s “The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE” stayed sturdy at No. 6 in its 11th 7 days on the chart, extending its possess report as the longest-charting K-pop album of 2021.
BLACKPINK’s “THE ALBUM” came in at No. 7 in its 45th week on the chart, though NCT’s “RESONANCE Pt. 1” rose to No. 11 in its 39th.
Eventually, SEVENTEEN’s “Your Choice” held on to its spot at No. 12 in its eighth 7 days on the chart.
Congratulations to BTS, TXT, BLACKPINK, NCT, and SEVENTEEN!
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