, Ateez, Stray Kids, Monsta X, BTS And TXT: Hits Making Moves On The World Songs Chart, The Nzuchi News Forbes

Ateez, Stray Kids, Monsta X, BTS And TXT: Hits Making Moves On The World Songs Chart

Five of the biggest all-male vocal acts hailing from South Korea score new placements on the World Digital Song Sales chart this week, with all of them pushing at least one track into the highest tier on the tally. Some of these groups occupy more than one space on the ranking this period, while others are happy with just a single new smash.

Here are five tracks whose moves are worth noting on this week’s World Digital Song Sales chart.

No. 1 – BTS – “Stigma”

Last week, BTS regained control over the World Digital Song Sales chart with their previous ruler “Life Goes On,” which returned to the tally at No. 1. This frame, the band is back in the driver’s seat, but it’s with yet another tune.

BTS control the World Digital Song Sales chart this week with their track “Stigma,” which appears seemingly out of nowhere and conquers the tally for the first time. The tune is the band’s record-extending twenty-ninth No. 1 on the list they’ve come to know extremely well throughout the years.

“Stigma” is a solo cut performed by band member V (though it’s credited to the full act) and it was originally featured on their 2016 album Wings. It blasts in at No. 1 thanks to organized buying by fans of the group, and it also makes its first appearance on the all-genre, all-language Digital Song Sales chart.

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No. 3 – TOMORROW X TOGETHER – “0x1=Lovesong (I Know I Love You) (ft. Seori)”

As their new album The Chaos Chapter: Freeze opens at No. 4 on this week’s World Albums chart, TOMORROW X TOGETHER score not one, but two new top 10 hits on the World Digital Song Sales ranking, both of which come from the new set.

Up first among the pair is the difficult to pronounce “0x1=Lovesong (I Know I Love You),” which opens at No. 3. That cut also credits Seori, and it scores the second-loftiest debut of the frame, behind only BTS’s new leader.

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Also new at No. 8 is album cut “Anti-Romantic.” TOMORROW X TOGETHER has now appeared inside the top 10 on the World Digital Song Sales chart with eight tracks.

No. 4 – Stray Kids – “Wolfgang”

South Korean boy band Stray Kids are back inside the top 10 on the World Digital Song Sales chart this week, but unlike TXT ahead of them, they don’t have a new project out. The group’s single “Wolfgang” kicks off its time on the tally at No. 4 after the act performed it on the reality TV competition series Kingdom: Legendary War, which just spun off an EP titled Kingdom <Final: Who Is the King?>

Stray Kids have now reached the top 10 on the World Digital Song Sales chart with at least a dozen tracks. 

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No. 5 – MONSTA X – “Gambler”

MONSTA X is really the star of the World Digital Song Sales chart (yet again), as the band occupies more spaces than any other act this time around. The South Korean vocal group’s new EP One of a Kind is out now, and all seven tracks featured on the set appear on this specific list this time around, proving their popularity once again.

Up first from the project is lead single “Gambler,” which introduces the effort. The smash is their milestone fifteenth top 10 hit on the World Digital Song Sales chart.

With their slew of new wins on the tally, MONSTA X has now sent more than 30 tracks to the World Digital Song Sales chart, an impressive sum for any name.

No. 6 – ATEEZ – “The Real”

Five of the biggest boy bands in the K-pop space all score new top 10 hits on the World Digital Song Sales chart this frame, with ATEEZ’s newest tune “The Real” coming in at No. 6, wrapping a successful run of popular cuts. The group’s latest marks their sixth top 10 on the tally, and it also comes from Kingdom: Legendary War, which has now produced several major wins for South Korean musical superstars all around the world.

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