J-Hope becomes the 5th member of BTS to reach number one paintingRanked as a soloist, emerging artists once again moved back into the July 16 rankings at number one, moving up for the first time thanks to his first-week hit with his new single “More”.
The track, which was released on July 1 via BigHit Music, debuted at number 6 on Hot Alternative Songs, number 9 on Hot Rock & Alternative Songs and number 82 on all Billboard Hot 100 genres with 4.6 million US broadcasts and 12,000 sold in a week. Tracking July 1-7, according to Luminate. It also launches at #1 on global digital song sales (marking J-Hope’s third solo leader, after “Daydream” in 2018 and “Chicken Noodle Soup” in 2019) and #2 on both the digital song sales chart. and alternative digital song sales.
J-Hope joins Jung Kook, RM, Suga, and V as the fifth member of BTS to judge emerging solo artists. RM drove for a week in November 2018; Suga, for a week in December 2021; V, for a week in January; and Jung Kook for a week in February. His fellow BTS bandmates Jin and Jimin reached #4 and #12, respectively. Suga also appeared on the chart with the title Agust D in 2018.
More earned J-Hope his second solo entry on the Hot 100, after Chicken Noodle Soup, which featured Becky G, in 2019 (#81 at its peak).
In all, four members of BTS took singles hits on the Hot 100. J-Hope was first, followed by Suga (described as Agust D) with “Daechwita” in June 2020 (#76 at peak); “My Dream Girl” with Juice WRLD, December 2021 (No. 29); And as he appeared on PSY’s That That in May (No. 80). V joined “Christmas Tree” in January (No. 79) and Jung Kook debuted with “Stay Alive” in February (No. 95) and also appeared on Charlie Puth’s “Left and Right”, at number 22. Far on the July 9 chart.
As a group, BTS charted 25 songs on the Hot 100, with six songs at #1. With all six songs leading since September 2020, the band boasts the most hits of the decade, one lead over Drake’s five in that period. .
The Emerging Artists Chart ranks the most popular artists in development for the week, using the same formula as the comprehensive Billboard Artist 100, which measures artist activity across several painting charts, including Hot 100, Billboard 200, and Social 50. (The Artist 100 lists the most popular acts, overall, each week.) However, the Emerging Artists chart excludes the works with the top 25 entries on the Hot 100 or Billboard 200 , as well as artists who have achieved a Top 10 or more painting’Charts for “Top” song type and/or “Top” album type ratings based on consumption.
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