BTS Makes Billboard Digital Song Sales Chart With “Heartbeat,” “Lights”

BTS scores two debuts on this week’s sales chart.

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A track from BTS’ new “BTS World” video game soundtrack and the group’s latest Japanese single make this week’s Billboard Digital Song Sales chart.

“Heartbeat,” the former, starts at #16 on the listing. “Lights,” the latter, debuts at #48.

The tracks represent the group’s 25th and 26th entries on the chart, which ranks the best-selling songs in America (across all genres).

Both songs fare even better on the international-only “World Digital Song Sales” list. “Heartbeat” starts at #1 on that listing, while “Lights” earns #2.

BTS, in fact, occupies the entire Top 5 on World Digital Song Sales – “Boy With Luv” (#3), “Dream Glow” (#4) and “All Night” (#5) make up the other positions.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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